Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit


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Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit

A direct, dollar-for-dollar reduction in one's tax liability by a portion of the amount one spends renovating, restoring or rebuilding a historic building. The credit is intended to incentivize historic preservation and therefore does not apply to expansions or new constructions on historic buildings. The tax credit is equal to 20% of expenditures on certified historic buildings and 10% of expenditures on any structure built before 1936.
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structure of their historic rehabilitation tax credit program.
Allow property owners to combine the tax benefits of the Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit Program with the Historic Preservation Easement Program without being subject to the impact of a negative tax recapture.
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The historic rehabilitation tax credit is not available for homes or apartments occupied by owners.
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Is the property eligible for historic rehabilitation tax credits or other tax credits?
In order to find out whether state historic rehabilitation tax credits are offered in your area, visit (www.
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