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Marcie.sislow, Renter in Waukegan, IL

What are the taxes on this property?

Asked by Marcie.sislow, Waukegan, IL Thu Nov 29, 2012

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sold and closed on this property this summer
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The average taxes in Wilmette are 1.5 to 2% of purchase price. This is a guess, there is a lot that could set your property taxes. Home owner exemptions, senior exemptions, call if you have any questions.
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The company Realty Trac which posted this property does not give out its address unless you subscribe to their fee based service, and the address is needed to look up the taxes. This property is posted by Realty Trac as a teaser to get you to sign up for their service that provides information on homes in the foreclosure process. It very well may not be for sale as is the case for many homes in the foreclosure process. If you are looking to buy a home or investment, I would stick with the ones listed for sale on Trulia as you can waste a lot of time investigating homes in the foreclosure process that never come up for sale. When banks wish to sell a property they have foreclosed on, they will normally be listed by an agent with all the other homes on the market.
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Hi Marcie,

This is Shelly Dore, I'm a broker-manager for a real long time. I'm better than most in digging up information. If we can chat a bit so I can get more information about the property, I can tell you what type of foreclosure it is, what stage it is at and how long before it will be available.

The current taxes really don't matter to you in a foreclosure. If you were to purchase this property; you would take the purchase contract and the closing statement to the township or county assessor. The new tax bill will be based on the purchase price. I would be happy to find out all the details including current taxes and amount of arrears with the mortgage, taxes and if there are any other liens.

Chatting in this forum only alerts others to a potentially great deal. My email is shellydore@yahoo.com or I can be reached at (847) 306-0461.
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