MOVE WITHMaureen McCarthLIVE YOUR LIFE LOVE YOUR HOMEAN APPEALING OPTIONWhile many homeowners have been delighted to see the value of theirhomes rise, they may not be so happy with the commensurate increase intheir property taxes. The good news is that homeowners may be able tolower their property taxes by appealing their assessments. Not only is thisrelatively easy to do, the challenge may be successful. Success is largelydependent upon the taxpayer's ability to prove that his or her home hasbeen inaccurately, or unfairly, assessed. Before filing an appeal, homeownersshould check their property records for errors. After that, they may haveto build a case that their home is assessed higher than similar homes inthe area.You can have a third party handle the appeal for you, if it's somethingyou do not have time to do yourself. Third parties who help in the appealprocess typically charge a percentage of any resulting tax savings for the firstyear. If the appeal is successful, the homeowner can save hundreds of dollarsin taxes. When the time comes for you to sell or buy a home, I can help! Toschedule a consultation at my office, call me today. "Live Your Life, LoveYour Home"HINT: By some estimates, between 30 and 60 percent of taxable propertyin the United States is over-assessed; yet, typically fewer than 5 percent oftaxpayers challenge their assessmentsMaureen McCarthy . Broker Associate543 Pennsylvania Ave., Glen Ellyn, IL 60137630-247-5670 Cellmaureen.mccarthy@bairdwarner.conmMaureenMccarthy.BairdWarner.comBAIRD & WARNER

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MOVE WITH Maureen McCarth LIVE YOUR LIFE LOVE YOUR HOME AN APPEALING OPTION While many homeowners have been delighted to see the value of their homes rise, they may not be so happy with the commensurate increase in their property taxes. The good news is that homeowners may be able to lower their property taxes by appealing their assessments. Not only is this relatively easy to do, the challenge may be successful. Success is largely dependent upon the taxpayer's ability to prove that his or her home has been inaccurately, or unfairly, assessed. Before filing an appeal, homeowners should check their property records for errors. After that, they may have to build a case that their home is assessed higher than similar homes in the area. You can have a third party handle the appeal for you, if it's something you do not have time to do yourself. Third parties who help in the appeal process typically charge a percentage of any resulting tax savings for the first year. If the appeal is successful, the homeowner can save hundreds of dollars in taxes. When the time comes for you to sell or buy a home, I can help! To schedule a consultation at my office, call me today. "Live Your Life, Love Your Home" HINT: By some estimates, between 30 and 60 percent of taxable property in the United States is over-assessed; yet, typically fewer than 5 percent of taxpayers challenge their assessments Maureen McCarthy . Broker Associate 543 Pennsylvania Ave., Glen Ellyn, IL 60137 630-247-5670 Cell maureen.mccarthy@bairdwarner.conm MaureenMccarthy.BairdWarner.com BAIRD & WARNER

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