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PTAX-203

Illinois Real Estate

Transfer Declaration

Please read the instructions before completing this form.

This form can be completed electronically at tax.illinois.gov/retd.

Step 1: Identify the property and sale information.

1____________________________________________________

Street address of property (or 911 address, if available)

____________________________________________________

City or villageZIP

____________________________________________________

Township

2Write the total number of parcels to be transferred. ___________

3Write the parcel identifying numbers and lot sizes or acreage.

Property index number (PIN)

Lot size or acreage

a_____________________________

___________________

b_____________________________

___________________

c_____________________________

___________________

d_____________________________

___________________

Write additional property index numbers, lot sizes or acreage in Step 3.

4Date of instrument: ____ ____ / ____ ____ ____ ____

Month

Year

 

5 Type of instrument (Mark with an “X.” ) :

_____ Warranty deed

____ Quit claim deed _____ Executor deed ____ Trustee deed

____ Beneficial interest

_____ Other (specify):______________

6____ Yes ____ No Will the property be the buyer’s principal residence?

7____ Yes ____ No Was the property advertised for sale?

(i.e., media, sign, newspaper, realtor)

8Identify the property’s current and intended primary use.

Current Intended (Mark only one item per column with an “X.”)

a ____ ____ Land/lot only

b____ ____ Residence (single-family, condominium, townhome, or duplex)

c ____ ____ Mobile home residence

d____ ____ Apartment building (6 units or less) No. of units: _______

e ____ ____ Apartment building (over 6 units) No. of units: _______

f ____ ____ Office

g____ ____ Retail establishment

h____ ____ Commercial building (specify): _________________

i ____ ____ Industrial building

j ____ ____ Farm

k ____ ____ Other (specify): ____________________________

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County:

Date:

 

 

Doc. No.:

 

Vol.:

 

Page:

 

Received by:

9Identify any significant physical changes in the property since January 1 of the previous year and write the date of the change.

Date of signifi cant change: ____ ____ / ____ ____ ____ ____

Month Year

(Mark with an “X.”)

____ Demolition/damage ____ Additions ____ Major remodeling

____ New construction ____ Other (specify): ________________

10Identify only the items that apply to this sale. (Mark with an “X.”)

a____ Fulfillment of installment contract —

year contract initiated : ___ ____ ____ ____

b____ Sale between related individuals or corporate affiliates

c____ Transfer of less than 100 percent interest

d____ Court-ordered sale

e____ Sale in lieu of foreclosure

f____ Condemnation

g____ Short sale

h____ Bank REO (real estate owned)

i____ Auction sale

j____ Seller/buyer is a relocation company

k____ Seller/buyer is a financial institution or government agency

l____ Buyer is a real estate investment trust

m____ Buyer is a pension fund

n____ Buyer is an adjacent property owner

o____ Buyer is exercising an option to purchase

p____ Trade of property (simultaneous)

q____ Sale-leaseback

r____ Other (specify): __________________________________

__________________________________________________

s____ Homestead exemptions on most recent tax bill:

1 General/Alternative

$______________

2 Senior Citizens

$______________

3 Senior Citizens Assessment Freeze $______________

Step 2: Calculate the amount of transfer tax due.

Note: Round Lines 11 through 18 to the next highest whole dollar. If the amount on Line 11 is over $1 million and the property’s current use on Line 8 above is marked “e,” “f,” “g,” “h,” “i,” or “k,” complete Form PTAX-203-A, Illinois Real Estate Transfer Declaration Supplement al Form A. If you are record- ing a benefi cial interest transfer, do not complete this step. Complete Form PTAX-203-B, Illinois Real Estate Transfer Declarat ion Supplemental Form B.

11

Full actual consideration

11

$ ____________________

12a

Amount of personal property included in the purchase

12a

$ ____________________

12b

Was the value of a mobile home included on Line 12a?

12b

____ Yes ____ No

13

Subtract Line 12a from Line 11. This is the net consideration for real property.

13

$ ____________________

14Amount for other real property transferred to the seller (in a simultaneous exchange)

 

as part of the full actual consideration on Line 11

14

$ ____________________

15

Outstanding mortgage amount to which the transferred real property remains subject

15

$ ____________________

16

If this transfer is exempt, use an “X” to identify the provision.

16

____b ____k ____m

17

Subtract Lines 14 and 15 from Line 13. This is the net consideration subject to transfer tax.

17

$ ____________________

18

Divide Line 17 by 500. Round the result to the next highest whole number (e.g., 61.002 rounds to 62).

18

____________________

19

Illinois tax stamps — multiply Line 18 by 0.50.

19

$ ____________________

20

County tax stamps — multiply Line 18 by 0.25.

20

$ ____________________

21

Add Lines 19 and 20. This is the total amount of transfer tax due.

21

$ ____________________

PTAX-203 (R-10/10)

This form is authorized in accordance with 35 ILCS 200/31-1 et seq. Disclosure of this information is REQUIRED. This form has been approved by the Forms Management Center. IL-492-0227

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Step 3: Write the legal description from the deed. Write, type (minimum 10-point font required), or attach the legal description from the deed. If you prefer, submit an 81/2” x 11” copy of the extended legal description with this form. You may also use the space below to write additional property index numbers, lots sizes or acreage from Step 1, Line 3.

Step 4: Complete the requested information.

The buyer and seller (or their agents) hereby verify that to the best of their knowledge and belief, the full actual consideration and facts stated in this declaration are true and correct. If this transaction involves any real estate located in Cook County, the buyer and seller (or their agents) hereby verify that to the best of their knowledge, the name of the buyer shown on the deed or assignment of benefi cial interest in a land trust is either a natural person, an Illinois corporation or foreign corporation authorized to do business or acquire and hold title to real estate in Illinois, a partnership authorized to do business or acquire and hold title to real estate in Illinois, or other entity recognized as a person and authorized to do business or acquire and hold title to real estate under the laws of the State of Illinois. Any person who willfully falsifi es or omits any information required in this declaration shall be guilty of a Class B misde- meanor for the fi rst offense and a Class A misdemeanor for subsequent offenses. Any person who knowingly submits a false statement concerning the identity of a grantee shall be guilty of a Class C misdemeanor for the fi rst offense and of a Class A misdemeanor for subsequent offenses.

Seller Information (Please print.)

_________________________________________________________________________

______________________________________

Seller’s or trustee’s name

Seller’s trust number (if applicable - not an SSN or FEIN)

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Street address (after sale)CityState ZIP

_________________________________________________________________________ (

)

Seller’s or agent’s signature

Seller’s daytime phone

Buyer Information (Please print.)

_________________________________________________________________________

______________________________________

Buyer’s or trustee’s name

Buyer’s trust number (if applicable - not an SSN or FEIN)

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Street address (after sale)CityState ZIP

_________________________________________________________________________ (

)

Buyer’s or agent’s signature

Buyer’s daytime phone

Mail tax bill to:

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Name or companyStreet addressCityState ZIP

Preparer Information (Please print.)

_________________________________________________________________________

______________________________________

Preparer’s and company’s name

Preparer’s fi le number (if applicable)

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Street addressCityState ZIP

_________________________________________________________________________

(

)

 

______________________________________

Preparer’s signature

Preparer’s daytime phone

 

_______________________________________________

 

 

 

Preparer’s e-mail address (if available)

 

 

 

Identify any required documents submitted with this form. (Mark with an “X.”) ____ Extended legal description

____Form PTAX-203-A

____ Itemized list of personal property

____Form PTAX-203-B

To be completed by the Chief County Assessment Officer

1

__ __ __

__ __ __

__ __ __

__ __ __ __

__ __

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3

Year prior to sale ___ ___ ___ ___

 

County

 

Township

Class

Cook-Minor

Code 1

Code 2

4

Does the sale involve a mobile home assessed as

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

Board of Review’s fi nal assessed value for the assessment year

 

real estate?

___ Yes ___ No

 

prior to the year of sale.

 

 

 

 

5

Comments

 

 

Land

 

___ , ___ ___ ___

, ___ ___ ___ ,

___ ___ ___

 

 

 

 

Buildings

___ , ___ ___ ___

, ___ ___ ___ ,

___ ___ ___

 

 

 

 

Total

___ ___ , ___ ___ ___

, ___ ___ ___ ,

___ ___ ___

 

 

 

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PTAX-203 (R-10/10)

Instructions for Form PTAX-203, Illinois Real Estate Transfer Declaration

General Information

The information requested on this form is required by the Real Estate Transfer Tax Law (35 ILCS 200/31-1 et seq.). All parties involved in the transaction must answer each question completely and truthfully.

What is the purpose of this form?

County offi ces and the Illinois Department of Revenue use this form to collect sales data and to determine if a sale can be used in assessment ratio studies. This information is used to compute equalization factors. Equalization factors are used to help achieve a state-wide uniform valuation of properties based on their fair market value.

Must I file Form PTAX-203?

You must fi le either (1) Form PTAX-203 and any required documents with the deed or trust document or (2) an exemption notation on the original deed or trust document at the County Recorder’s offi ce within the county where the property is located. File Form PTAX-203 for all real estate transfers except those qualifying for exempt status under (a), (c), (d), (e), (f), (g), (h), (i), (j), or (l) listed below.

Which property transfers are exempt from real estate transfer tax?

The following transactions are exempt from the transfer tax under 35 ILCS 200/31-45.

(a)Deeds representing real estate transfers made before January 1, 1968, but recorded after that date and trust documents executed before January 1, 1986, but recorded after that date.

(b)Deeds to or trust documents relating to (1) property acquired by any governmental body or from any governmental body,

(2) property or interests transferred between governmental bodies, or (3) property acquired by or from any corporation, society, association, foundation or institution organized and operated exclusively for charitable, religious or educational purposes. However, deeds or trust documents, other than those in which the Administrator of Veterans’ Affairs of the United States is the grantee pursuant to a foreclosure proceeding, shall not be exempt from fi ling the declaration.

(c)Deeds or trust documents that secure debt or other obligation.

(d)Deeds or trust documents that, without additional consideration, confi rm, correct, modify, or supplement a deed or trust document previously recorded.

(e)Deeds or trust documents where the actual consideration is less than $100.

(f)Tax deeds.

(g)Deeds or trust documents that release property that is security for a debt or other obligation.

(h)Deeds of partition.

(i)Deeds or trust documents made pursuant to mergers, consolidations or transfers or sales of substantially all of the assets of corporations under plans of reorganization under the Federal Internal Revenue Code (26 USC 368) or Title 11 of the Federal Bankruptcy Act.

(j)Deeds or trust documents made by a subsidiary corporation to its parent corporation for no consideration other than the cancellation or surrender of the subsidiary’s stock.

(k)Deeds when there is an actual exchange of real estate and trust documents when there is an actual exchange of benefi cial interests, except that that money difference or money’s worth paid from one to the other is not exempt from the tax. These deeds or trust documents, however, shall not be exempt from fi ling the declaration.

(l)Deeds issued to a holder of a mortgage, as defi ned in Section 15-103 (now Section 15-1207) of the Code of Civil Procedure, pursuant to a mortgage foreclosure proceeding or pursuant to a transfer in lieu of foreclosure.

(m)A deed or trust document related to the purchase of a principal residence by a participant in the program authorized by the Home Ownership Made Easy Act, except that those deeds and trust documents shall not be exempt from fi ling the declaration.

Can criminal penalties be imposed?

Anyone who willfully falsifi es or omits any required information on Form PTAX-203 is guilty of a Class B misdemeanor for the fi rst offense and a Class A misdemeanor for subsequent offenses. Anyone who knowingly submits a false statement concerning the identity of a grantee of property in Cook County is guilty of a Class C misdemeanor for the fi rst offense and a Class A misdemeanor for subsequent offenses. The penalties that could be imposed for each type of misdemeanor are listed below (35 ILCS 200/31-50 and 730 ILCS 5/5-8-3 and 5/5-9-1).

 

Misdemeanor

Prison Term

Maximum Fines

 

Class A

less than 1 year

$2,500

 

 

Class B

not more than 6 months

$1,500

 

 

Class C

not more than 30 days

$1,500

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Line-by-line Instructions

The sellers and buyers or their agents must complete Steps 1 through 4 of this form. For transfers of a benefi cial interest of a land trust, complete the form substituting the words “assignor” for “seller” and “assignee” for “buyer.”

Step 1: Identify the property and sale information.

Line 1 — Write the property’s street address (or 911 address, if available), city or village, zip code, and township in which the property is located.

Line 3 — Write all the parcel identifying numbers and the properties’ lot sizes (e.g., 80’ x 100’) or acreage. If only the combined lot size or acreage is available for multiple parcels, write the total on Line 3a under the “lot size or acreage” column. If transferring only a part of the parcel, write the letters “PT” before the parcel identifying number and write the lot size or acreage of the split parcel. If transferring a condominium, write the parcel identifying number and the square feet of the condominium unit. If surface rights are not being transferred, indicate the rights being transferred (e.g., “minerals only”). If transfer- ring right-of-way (ROW) property that does not have a parcel identify- ing number, write “ROW only.” If fi ve or more parcels are involved, use the space provided on Page 2, Step 3. The parcel identifying number is printed on the real estate tax bill and assessment notice. The chief county assessment offi cer can assist you with this information.

Line 4 — Write the month and year from the instrument.

Line 5 — Use an “X” to identify the type of instrument (i.e., deed, trust document, or facsimile) to be recorded with this form. For a deed- in-trust, limited warranty, special warranty, trust deed, or other deed types not listed on this form, select “Other” and write the deed type. “Joint tenancy” and “tenants-in-common” identify ownership rights and cannot be used as a deed type.

Line 6 — Select “Yes” if the property will be used as the buyer’s principal dwelling place and legal residence.

Line 7 — Select “Yes” if the property was sold using a real estate agent or advertised for sale by newspaper, trade publication, radio/ electronic media, or sign.

Line 8 — Use an “X” to select one item under each of the column headings “Current” and “Intended.” “Current” identifi es the current or most recent use of the property. “Intended” identifi es the intended or expected use of the property after the sale. If the property has more than one use, identify the primary use only.

Line 8h, Commercial building — Write the type of business (bank, hotel/motel, parking garage, gas station, theater, golf course, bowling alley, supermarket, shopping center, etc.).

Line 8k, Other — Choose this item only if the primary use is not listed and write the primary use of the property.

Note: For Lines 8h and 8k, if the current and intended categories are the same but the specifi c use will change, (i.e., from bank to theater), write the current use on the line provided and write the intended use directly below the line provided.

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Line 9 — Use an “X” to identify any signifi cant physical changes in the property since January 1 of the previous year. Write the date the change was completed or the property was damaged.

Line 10 — Select only the items that apply to this sale. A defi nition is provided below for all items marked with an asterisk.

Line 10a, Fulfillment of installment contract — The installment contract for deed is initiated in a calendar year prior to the calendar year in which the deed is recorded. Write the year the contract was initiated between the seller and buyer. Do not select this item if the installment contract for deed was initiated and the property was transferred within the same calendar year.

Line 10c, Transfer of less than 100 percent interest — The seller transfers a portion of the total interest in the property. Other owners will keep an interest in the property. Do not consider severed mineral rights when answering this question.

Line 10d, Court-ordered sale — The property’s sale was ordered by a court (e.g., bankruptcy, foreclosure, probate).

Line 10g, Short sale — The property was sold for less than the amount owed to the mortgage lender or mortgagor, if the mortgagor has agreed to the sale.

Line 10h, Bank REO (real estate owned) — The fi rst sale of the property owned by a fi nancial institution as a result of a judgment of foreclosure, transfer pursuant to a deed in lieu of foreclosure, or con- sent judgment occurring after the foreclosure proceeding is complete.

Line 10k, Seller/buyer is a financial institution — “Financial institu- tion” includes a bank, savings and loan, credit union, Resolution Trust Company, and any entity with “mortgage company” or “mortgage corporation” as part of the business name.

Line 10o, Buyer is exercising an option to purchase — The sale price was predicated upon the exercise of an option to purchase at a predetermined price.

Line 10p, Trade of property (simultaneous) — Buyer trades or exchanges with the seller one or more items of real estate for part or all of the full actual consideration (sale price) on Line 11.

Line 10r, Other — Explain any special facts or circumstances involv- ing this transaction that may have affected the sale price or sale agreement or forced the sale of the property. This includes property that is subject to an existing lease or property that is part of an IRC §1031 Exchange.

Line 10s, Homestead exemptions on most recent tax bill — Write the dollar amount for any homestead exemption refl ected on the most recent annual tax bill.

Step 2: Calculate the amount of transfer tax due.

Round Lines 11 through 18 to the next highest whole dollar.

Note: File PTAX-203-B, Illinois Real Estate Transfer Declaration Supplemental Form B, when fi ling instruments other than deeds, or trust documents. (Do not complete Step 2, of the PTAX-203 when fi ling the PTAX-203-B).

Line 11 — Write the full actual consideration (sale price). Full actual consideration is the amount actually paid, excluding any amount credited against the purchase price or refunded to the buyer for improvements or repairs to the property. Include the amount for other real estate transferred in a simultaneous exchange from the buyer to the seller, even if the transfer involves an even exchange. Also include the amount of outstanding mortgages to which the property remains subject at the time of the transfer.

Note: File PTAX-203-A, Illinois Real Estate Transfer Declaration Supplemental Form A, if the amount on Line 11 is over $1 million and the property’s current use on Line 8 is marked “Apartment building (over 6 units),” “Offi ce,” “Retail establishment,” “Commercial building,” “Industrial building,” or “Other.”

Line 12a — Write the amount of personal property items included in the sale price on Line 11. Do not include the value of a benefi cial interest of a land trust. Personal property items are generally listed on the “bill of sale.” If you are uncertain as to whether an item is real estate or personal property, consult your attorney, tax advisor, or the chief county assessment offi cer.

On 81/2” x 11” paper, submit an itemized list of personal property (in- clude values) transferred from the seller to the buyer if this sale meets either of the following conditions:

residential property — if the amount of personal property (not including the value of a mobile home) on Line 12a is greater than 5 percent of the sale price on Line 11, or

non-residential property — if the amount of personal property on Line 12a is greater than 25 percent of the sale price on Line 11.

Residential personal property — Generally, “personal property” includes items that are not attached (built-in) to the home and that are normally removed by the seller when vacating the property. Examples include artwork, automobiles and boats, draperies, furniture, free- standing appliances (e.g., refrigerators, stoves, washers and dryers, but not built-in appliances), lawn mowers, tractors, snow blowers, rugs (excludes wall-to-wall carpets), and window air-conditioners (excludes central air). Include the value of a mobile home as personal property on Line 12a if it meets all of the following conditions:

The value of the mobile home was included on Line 11.

The value of the mobile home was not included on the real estate tax bill.

Commercial/industrial personal property — Generally, “personal property” is any item that is not a permanent improvement to the land and includes, but is not limited to, intangibles such as goodwill, licenses, patents, franchises, business or enterprise values; and certain tangibles such as inventories, cash registers and shopping carts, free-standing shelving and displays, furniture, offi ce equipment and supplies, vehicles, and machinery and equipment not assessed as real estate.

Generally, “personal property” does not include building components (e.g., wiring and lighting, heating, air-conditioning, plumbing, fi re pro- tection); foundations, pits and other building components for special- ized or heavy machinery; permanent fi xtures including, but not limited to, machinery and equipment and cranes assessed as real estate, craneways, and non-portable tanks; and site improvements such as paving and fencing.

Line 14 — Write the amount of other real estate transferred from the buyer to the seller that was included in the sale price on Line 11. This value only applies to a simultaneous exchange between the par- ties involved in this transaction. Do not include the value of property involved in a deferred exchange under IRC §1031.

Line 15 — Write an amount only if the deed or trust document states that the transferred property remains subject to a mortgage at the time of the transfer.

Line 16 — Use an “X” to identify the letter of the provision for the exemption from the transfer tax (i.e., (b), (k), or (m)) that applies to this transfer. See “Which property transfers are exempt from real estate transfer tax?” in these instructions.

Step 3: Write the legal description from the deed.

Write the legal description from the deed. Use a minimum 10-point font if the legal description is typed. If the legal description will not fi t in the space provided, submit an 81/2” x 11” copy of the extended legal description from the deed with this form.

Step 4: Complete the requested information.

Write the requested information for the seller, buyer, and preparer.

Write the addresses and daytime phone numbers where the seller and buyer can be contacted after the sale.

The seller and buyer (or their agents) and preparer must sign this form. By signing the form, the parties involved in the real estate transfer verify that

they have examined the completed Form PTAX-203,

the information provided on this form is true and correct, and

they are aware of the criminal penalties of law associated with falsifying or omitting any information on this form.

Use an “X” to identify any required documents submitted with this form.

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