Most homeowners in Chicago’s north and northwest suburbs learned this year that Cook County Assessor Fritz Kaegi’s office determined the assessed value of their property spiked during the past year.

But the increases were a fraction of the potential tax hike faced by owners of office, apartment, retail and industrial buildings. And that likely means big changes for the way property taxes are collected while Kaegi is in charge.

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