Yes, it all depends on the property and the situation that it is currently in.
Sohail A. Salahuddin | Group Founder
Innovative Property Consultants Group | Sales and Leasing
Jameson Sothebyâ€™s International Realty
425 W. North Ave. | Chicago, IL 60610 â€¨
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It is almost unheard of for a lender to close a loan with taxes in arrears, so adjust what you are looking at and go from there.
Tom Wagener, CCIM
Rusty A. Payton, Broker
5650 N Broadway
Chicago, Illinois 60660
ON the one hand, ALL homes come with "back taxes" since the tax bill that we pay in Chicago/Cooko County is actually the tax bill for last year. In most cases, the seller will credit you enough at closing to pay their fair share of the taxes that are due the year after you buy.
However, there are some instances where the last tax bill (or two) have not yet been paid by the current seller. In this case, these taxes will need to be paid (or, in the case of SERIOUSLY delinquent "back taxes", a trip to the County Building may be in store to get a "certificate of redemption".
IN any event, these are things that your attorney can answer for you during the Attorney Review period.
If you'd like a referral for an attorney, or I may be of further assitance in securing a home loan for you, you can contact me at 773-416-7107.
Senior Mortgage Consultant