Capital Funding through Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credits.

 
This guide explains the often-misunderstood rules around historic preservation tax credits, and the transformation they can make possible for outdated buildings. 
 
QEA has extensive experience assisting our clients—institutions, developers, and non-profit organizations—in assessing their projects for potential tax credit status and preparing certification applications to receive tax credits.

What You’ll Learn: 

  • How to determine whether your building is eligible for the 20% historic tax credit program
  • Processes and strategies for applying, and ensuring you receive the credits
  • Insights into the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation
  • Differences between tax credits available for historic vs. non-historic buildings
  • Using the program to manage risks associated with historic rehabilitation

Download Capital Funding through Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credits to find out how to use this unique tax credit program to give new life to neglected or outdated buildings in your community. 
 
As a firm committed to preserving our cultural heritage, our design professionals have expertise in designing projects that meet state and federal historic preservation standards while accommodating significant alterations to meet contemporary program requirements. Our staff has in-depth knowledge of state and federal tax credit program requirements concerning the rehabilitation of historic buildings. We have assisted many of our clients in successfully utilizing these tax programs to help defray project costs. To learn more, visit www.quinnevans.com/expertise