Schaumburg Township Property Values Released

Wednesday, July 27, 2022

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2022 reassessment continues for Cook County’s North Suburbs

Cook County – Cook County Assessor Fritz Kaegi released the initial assessments of residential and commercial properties in Schaumburg Township on July 25, 2022. Property owners can expect to receive their Reassessment Notice in the mail within the week.

“Values of residential and commercial property in Schaumburg Township increased since the last reassessment in 2019, said Assessor Kaegi. “Real estate market trends saw home prices rise while rent collections have resumed since the early days of the pandemic.” 

The Assessor’s Office follows a triennial reassessment cycle, which means one-third of the county is reassessed every three years. When a property is reassessed, the property owner is mailed a Reassessment Notice. The Reassessment Notice reflects the estimated fair market value based on sales of similar property over the past three years. The notice also contains important information such as property characteristics, neighborhood code, and past assessment information. An increase in a property’s value does not indicate the same increase in the property owner’s taxes.

The data above shows the Assessor's median estimated market values of all homes throughout Schaumburg Township and sales trends from 2017-2021.

Changes in Assessed Value 
Residential assessments are based on recent sale prices of similar properties. The 2021 median sale price for single-family homes in Schaumburg Township was $315,000; for condos, the median sale price was $171,000, and $570,000 for small apartment buildings. The assessor’s median market value estimate for single-family homes in 2022 is $320,000, for condos, the median market value is $164,000, and is $700,000 for small apartment buildings.     

Read more about residential assessments here. 

Residential Valuation Report
Commercial property assessments are based on the income generated by those properties. Increases in rents and income of commercial property led to increases in their estimated market value. Rent for large multi-family apartment buildings in Schaumburg ranges from approximately $870 to $2000 with an average vacancy rate of 5% and an average cap rate of 6.4%.
Industrial properties in Schaumburg Township average $7.46 per square foot in rent with an average 5% vacancy and 8.98% cap rate. The average rent for standalone commercial properties varies from approximately $16-24 per square foot with average vacancy of 5-15% and cap rates from 7% to 9%.

Read more about commercial assessments. 

Commercial Valuation Report

Summary of Assessed Value 
The total assessed value of the township grew 29% due to increases in residential and commercial property values and the construction of new properties in Schaumburg Township.

Property Group

Board of Review Final

 Before CCAO &Board of Review Appeals

Increase in total Assessed Value

Residential (Class 2)



$276M (29%)

Commercial Apartments (Class 3)



$36M (50%)

(Class 4)



$1M (3%)

Standalone Commercial (Class 5A)



$202M (29%)

(Class 5B)



$27M (23%)

All other classes



$3M (1%)




$544M (29%)

Percentage increases are total increases for that category, not average property increases. If the percentage increase of a Schaumburg Township property’s individual assessment went up less than the total assessed value of 29%, the property could see little change in its property tax bill or even a decline. The full impact of this reassessment on tax bills will be known in late 2023 after all appeals are processed and exemptions are applied.

Schaumburg Township is the fifth of thirteen townships located in the North Suburbs of Cook County which will be reassessed this year for Tax Year 2022.  The full schedule for reassessments in 2022 can be found on the Assessment & Appeal Calendar. The Assessor’s Office provides detailed residential and commercial reports—including multi-family assessments, detailed studies of residential assessment quality, and commercial data sources and methodology. The Valuation reports for Schaumburg Township can be found at

Appealing property assessments
If the property characteristics listed on an assessment notice are incorrect, or if the estimated market value of a property is significantly more than what it could sell for in the current real estate market, property owners should consider filing an appeal.
Appeals for Schaumburg Township can be filed until August 25, 2022. More information can be found at

To learn more about property assessments and appeals, join the Assessor’s Office at a virtual event and download a helpful guide.

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