Reassessment notices for properties in Worth were mailed to property owners on June 17, 2020. The property values on this notice have been adjusted, when appropriate, with a COVID-19 Adjustment based on our Office's estimates of economic effects of COVID-19.
For more details, read the full reports below.
|Property type||Property count||Median 2019 Sale Value||Median COVID Adjustment||Median 2020 CCAO Estimated Fair Market Value||Median change in 2017-2020 CCAO Estimated Fair Market Value|
|Condos (class 2-99)||12,427||$88,950||-10.7%||$74,820||-11%|
|Apartments of 2-6 units||1,840||$330,000||-13.6%||$268,490||3%|
Read the full 2020 Worth Residential Reassessment Report for more real estate data, COVID-19 adjustments, and reassessment data for each neighborhood.
Find your neighborhood, and data about single-family homes in Worth, on the interactive map.
- number of homes and most common type of single-family homes in each neighborhood
- sale data for each neighborhood
- assessment data for each neighborhood
- note: to see COVID-19 Adjustments for each neighborhood, please read the full Worth report.
- For more details on how COVID-19 Adjustments were calculated, see our report.
- 540 apartment buildings (larger than 6 units)
- 451 office buildings
- 1,389 commercial/retail buildings
- 438 industrial buildings
The Worth Commercial Properties reassessment report contains details about the COVID-adjusted cap rates used to produce CCAO estimates of Fair Market Values.
If you are looking to file an appeal, we encourage you to file online. The appeal deadline for Worth is July 23, 2020.
How often is my property reassessed?
Cook County is reassessed triennially, which means one-third of the county is reassessed each year. This year, the south suburbs will be reassessed. Your property may also be reassessed if there are significant changes due to a permit application, property division, demolition, or other special application.
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