Development News - Tax Credits for Rehab/Reuse of Historic Buildings!

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Real Estate Broker/Owner with Fallon Associates Realty Inc. 31FA1165363

I recently attended a seminar held by Murray Gould (www.PortCityPreservation.com) on the use of federal and New York State (NYS) tax credits to aid in the purchase and redevelopment of physically or functionally obsolete historic properties. Once a property has been registered with the National Register of Historic Places, a gateway to funding can be opened! Rehabilitation tax credits can be utilized to help offset the purchase and rehab of both residential and commercial properties. This tax credit is currently 20% at the federal level and hopefully soon to be 10% at the NYS level. There are also additional tax credit and grant programs which can serve to bridge financing gaps in the restoration of historic unique buildings. Some of these include a New Markets tax credit and grant programs such as Community Development Block and Main Street grants. These funding sources are an excellent method to aid in the reuse and redevelopment of structures which are architecturally significant. They are most often valuable to a municipality's history, character and image.

Please contact me with any questions, ideas or comments! Thanks for your time.

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I am wondering of this a national thing as well. I am in Georgia and have folks looking at a historic home. Do you know?

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