The property tax appeal attorneys at Fisk Kart Katz and Regan can handle your Chicago, Cook County and throughout Illinois property tax appeals from start to finish.

Thorough Evaluation of Potential Chicago, Cook County and Illinois Property Tax Appeals

Your property tax bill is based on an Assessed Value that should reflect your property’s Market Value.  We can analyze your property’s Assessed Value and identify possible grounds for a Chicago, Illinois, and Cook County property tax appeals.

  • We have analyzed appraisals, recent sales, income and expense statements, and other data that reflect real estate value.
  • We monitor your property value each year to keep you informed of future opportunities for a property tax appeal.
  • As the Illinois member of American Property Tax Counsel, we can provide our clients with access to property tax appeal attorneys across the United States and Canada.


Analysis Tailored to Your Property

We have broad experience with property tax appeals for many kinds of properties.


  • Apartments
  • Condominiums
  • Senior Living Facilities
  • Townhomes


  • Drugstores
  • Garages
  • Golf courses
  • Hotels
  • Motels
  • Offices
  • Restaurants
  • Retail
  • Shopping Centers
  • Shopping Malls
  • Supermarkets
  • Superstores


  • Factories
  • Plants
  • Warehouses

Seventy Years of Chicago, Illinois, and Cook County Property Tax Appeal Experience

We regularly file property tax appeals in many forums, including:


Evaluation for Real Estate Tax Incentive Classifications

In addition to Cook County Property Tax Appeals, we can determine your property’s eligibility for real estate tax incentive classifications, including:

  • Class 2 SRO and Class 3 SRO for low-income single rental occupant apartment buildings
  • Class 6B for the development of new industrial facilities, the rehabilitation of existing industrial structures, and the industrial reutilization of abandoned buildings
  • Class 7A and Class 7B to encourage commercial projects in areas determined to be in need of commercial development
  • Class 8 for to encourage industrial and commercial development in areas of the County that are experiencing severe economic stagnation
  • Class C for the remediation of contaminated properties, including abandoned property and vacant land
  • Class L for the substantial rehabilitation of architecturally-significant buildings
  • Class S to preserve project-based Section 8 multifamily housing


Discuss your Illinois property tax appeals with us today.

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