The Cook County Assessor's Office created the Real Property Income & Expense (RPIE) online data management platform so that owners of commercial properties can submit income, expense, and vacancy data to contribute to fair and accurate valuation of commercial properties.
By completing an RPIE filing, you'll help our analysts accurately assess the property values of your property and other similar properties.
Step 1: Retrieve your PIN ⟷ RPIE filing code.
In the interest of filing security, we have generated a secure RPIE filing code, specific to each PIN (Property Index Number). For each PIN in your filing, you must supply its matching filing code.
- If your property's location is Chicago, in February 2021 you may have received a letter in the mail (or letters, for multiple PINs) with information like this:
The RPIE code has letters and numbers. All letters in the RPIE code are all capital letters. If you are experiencing issues with your PIN⟷RPIE code not matching, this may occur because the font on the printed letter makes it difficult to distinguish the letter "o" from the number "0" (zero), and capital "i" from the number "1", so please try both.
- If you have not received or have lost this mailing, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Step 2: File.
Filing can be submitted even if you are not filing an appeal. Information submitted helps us accurately capture the real estate market conditions for all properties in a region. Note that an RPIE statement is required for an appeal when the subject of an appeal is an income-producing property, in whole or in part, per Rule 19.
Where do I find my PIN?
Your 14-digit Property Index Number (PIN) is printed on your tax bill, your property closing documents and deed, and notices from the Assessor's office (such as your assessment notice).
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