Q1 real estate sales report: Joliet
From January to March, 262 homes sold in Joliet for a median price of $178,500. That's 16.8 percent higher than median home sale prices for the first quarter of 2017.
In the first quarter, 4 homes in Joliet were in foreclosure.
Median property tax for homeowners in Joliet was $0 in 2017 according to tax data from that year. That means homeowners pay 0 percent of their home's value in taxes.
Statewide, Illinois homeowners pay an effective property tax rate of 2.22 percent, according to a recent analysis by ATTOM Data Solutions, which is the second-highest rate in the country, just behind New Jersey, where homeowners pay a tax rate of 2.28 percent.