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Cook County property owners should have received their annual notices of update order viagra cialis Property Valuation and Classification. Each notice lists the assessed value of the property along with the tax classification. These assessments are used to calculate the 2016 Taxes Payable. It is very important property owners read and understand these notices as changes to a property assessment can impact property taxes the next year. These notices inform citizens of the assessed value of their property as of January 2, 2015 based on sales of comparable properties in 2013 and 2014. The assessed values then are used to calculate taxes due and payable in 2016.
Highlighted below are some of the major components - and challenges – of the property assessment process and buy cialis online usa issues to be aware of when reviewing your valuation notices.


Each year, the county is required by state statute to perform its “quintile” work. This means physically viewing 20% of the parcels in the http://lernermedia.net/blog/buy-generic-celebrex county every year.  As directed by the Department of Revenue, the areas to be looked at for this year’s quintile will be the parcels located on Lake Superior as well as all resorts.

Parcel Record Requests
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The Assessor's office requires that all requests for further information regarding details on a subject property, from businesses, or Parties other than the owners of the subject property, be submitted via E-mail, or in writing, and shall be subject to a minimum charge of $3.00. To set up a billing account for this service please contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , or call Angie at 218-387-3640.

Understanding Changes in Homestead Benefits

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The 2011 Legislature repealed the Homestead Market Value Credit, (the homestead credit), and replaced it with a new Homestead Market Value Exclusion.

Homestead Notice


* This will affect the amount of property tax you pay in 2011, and
it may affect your eligibility for a property tax refund.

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Assessor/Land Commissioner
Betty Schultz
Assistant County Assessor


Assessor's Appraiser

Todd Smith

Assessor's Technical Clerk
Rachel Espe


Cook County Courthouse
411 W. 2nd Street
Grand Marais, MN  55604

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