Most people overpay their property taxes. You’re not most people.
TaxHack customers save an average of $1,000 on successful appeals. Calculate your savings with worry-free simplicity.
Savings Near You
We found these properties near you. See how much they saved by appealing their property taxes through TaxHack.
$2,638 Per year
- Skokie, IL, 60076, US
$2,434 Per year
- South Barrington, IL, 60010, US
$1,932 Per year
- GLENWOOD, IL, 60425, US
How It Works
Frequently Asked Questions
How long does it take to get my results?
On average, appeals results take 30 days once your township deadline has closed. In Cook County, property tax appeals are submitted the year before they are billed, so your savings are reflected on the following year’s tax bill. You’ll be able to track the status of your appeal every step of the way, and we’ll send you regular updates.
What is the chance that my appeal will be accepted?
Up to 80% of the appeals submitted correctly are granted by the county. Even if the appeal is not accepted, there is no risk, your property taxes will not change.
Why should I use TaxHack to reduce my taxes?
The process of filing a property tax appeal on your own can be intimidating. In order to submit an appeal you would have to submit evidence to support their appeal, navigate a rapidly-changing real estate market to identify comparable properties, possess extensive knowledge of county and municipal property tax laws, utilize complex assessment formulas; and deal with shifting tax rates. TaxHack provides everything you’ll need to overcome these challenges and save on your property taxes. We’ll generate your appeal, provide evidence to support your case, and allow you to sign electronically.
How much do I pay?
TaxHack will submit your appeal and provide you with comparable property evidence for free. If and ONLY if your appeal results in your getting a property tax reduction, you pay TaxHack only 30% of your savings. So for example, if we save you $1000 this tax year, our fee is 30% of the total savings, or in this case $300 for that tax year. That’s $1000 you would have otherwise lost in property taxes!
Can I cancel my appeal if I change my mind once it has been submitted?
Once you hit the submit button, your appeal is on its way. There is no way to stop the appeal while it is being processed, so please ensure ALL information is correct.