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Clyde Guilamo


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The Law Office of Clyde Guilamo
Tinley Park, IL

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Case Results of Clyde Guilamo

$2,113.49
Property Tax - Appeal
May 2021
A Bloom township owner recently purchased a home for significantly less than the Assessor's valuation of the property. That inflated valuation was causing the prior homeowner to pay over $2K in property taxes per year. As a result of the successful appeal filed by the Law Office of Clyde Guilamo, the homeowner saved thousands of dollars.

$5,638.22
Property Tax - Certificate of Error
Dec 2020
My client was a military veteran who had not been receiving his homeowner's exemption for using his home as his primary residence. As a result, we requested property tax refunds for overpaying his taxes for the last 4 years. My client was over the moon when checks totaling thousands of dollars arrived in his mail box.

$8,000+
Property Tax - Certificate of Error
Oct 2018
A single mother in Calumet City called the Law Office of Clyde Guilamo because she had fallen behind in paying her property taxes. I took one look at property tax history and discovered that she had been overpaying taxes for several years. I successfully argued that she should be refunded $5,278 (plus interest). I also reduced her current tax bill from $3,248 to $738. With the tax refund, she had more than enough to pay the $738, plus the accumulated interest of $88. The best part of all, her future tax bill will now be closer to the $738 than the prior over $3,000+ figure.

$2702
Property Tax - Appeal
Feb 2018
A condo association contacted the Law Office of Clyde Guilamo to obtain an appeal of their property taxes. One unit owner, was significantly overpaying in property taxes. As a result of the appeal, all unit owners received a reduction, but the one who was significantly overpaying ended up reducing his tax obligation by over $2500.

$652
Property Tax - Appeal
Feb 2017
With 3 days left before the end of the filing window, a real estate investor contacted my law office and provided me the necessary paperwork to file an appeal on his behalf. This appeal was not on an re-assessment year, and home prices had been steadily increasing since 2012. Despite these drawbacks, the appeal was timely filed together with appropriate evidence.

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