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Property Tax Appeals

Property taxes can be one of the largest operating expenses facing multifamily, commercial, and industrial property owners. Much attorneys combine deep experience with a personal touch to secure our clients’ savings, which can then go directly to the bottom line or be invested back in the business.

Property Tax Appeals

Much attorneys have extensive experience reducing real estate taxes for owners of multifamily properties, industrial properties, large office buildings, restaurants, and shopping centers in Cook County and throughout Illinois. Our attorneys have appealed assessments on all types of investment and owner-occupied properties, including:

  • Apartment buildings, owned directly and by non-real estate investment trust investors
  • Condominiums and cooperatives
  • Garbage and recycling facilities
  • Low-income housing
  • Manufacturing and other industrial facilities
  • Nursing homes and long-term care facilities
  • Office buildings in Chicago’s central business district
  • Restaurants and shopping centers
  • Truck terminals and distribution warehouses
  • Active mineral quarries
  • Leased municipal land
  • Miscellaneous entertainment venues, including miniature golf courses, amusement centers, and event/banquet facilities

Much is well known in and around Cook County, Illinois, for our record of success in saving clients property tax dollars. It’s not all technical know-how, however. Our clients tell us time and again that they appreciate our personal, creative, and full-service approach:

  • Taking it personally: We communicate often and pick up the phone when you call. You may pay the property tax bill, but we treat it as if it were our own.
  • Our creative approach: There is a playbook to follow when it comes to property tax appeals and reductions. While we do play by the book, we look outside it for all the options for saving our clients money. When others say that there isn’t a path to get there, we keep looking, and our creativity and experience often lead us to another path.
  • The full-service team behind you: Much is a full-service law firm, with attorneys representing a wide array of legal areas. This depth of experience and legal acumen can come in handy if a property tax challenge requires it.

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