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Property Tax Prorations

Nora Devine, a high-volume property tax appeal attorney, and Bradford Miller, a high-volume real estate closing attorney, share their property tax proration processes and best practices. You will learn the broad mechanics of property tax payments in Illinois and best practices for the common pitfalls at the closing table. The presenters have included worksheets and forms in the materials that you can utilize in your real estate closing practice.
Credits: 1.5 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 0 Other PR
SKU: IRELA2303-R
$90.00 or 1.50 credits
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Faculty: 

Nora Devine, The Devine Law Group

Bradford Miller, Bradford Miller Law P.C

Program Expires:  4/1/2025

Faculty: 

Nora Devine, The Devine Law Group

Bradford Miller, Bradford Miller Law P.C

Program Expires:  4/1/2025

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Program Date3/8/2023
Products specifications
Program Date3/8/2023
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