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The average property tax bill for a Kendall County homeowner in 2017 totaled nearly $6,500.
Cook County’s population has dropped by 2,030 since 2011, driven by the out-migration of over 230,000 residents, on net.
Residents of Chicago’s collar counties pay the highest property taxes in the state – and some of the highest in the country.