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Andrew has structured and closed hundreds of real estate, business and community development projects that utilize federal and Ohio New Markets Tax Credits, historic rehabilitation tax credits and other government sponsored or subsidized programs," said Finance Fund CEO James R.
After beginning renovation, the NJSEA learned of the market for historic rehabilitation tax credits (HRTCs) among corporate investors and of the additional revenue that market could bring to the state through a syndicated partnership with one or more investors.
The Arkansas Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit went into effect in 2009.
released its historic rehabilitation tax credit insurance, a new coverage meant to protect owners and developers of commercial properties who qualify for federal rehabilitation tax credit against a financial loss if the property suffers significant damage from an insured event that results in a reduction in, or recapture of, the tax credit.
Is the property eligible for historic rehabilitation tax credits or other tax credits?
By complying with historic preservation guidelines and helping The Lafayette Hotel become the first Energy Star historic hotel in the region, the ClearEdge system also served as one of the supporting measure for the hotel's application for the New Market Tax Credit and Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit programs that partially financed the renovation project.
Enterprise leverages low-income housing, new markets and historic rehabilitation tax credits, short and long-term debt, and development services to capitalize projects that make a catalytic difference in communities.
Furthermore, if the project is utilizing federal historic rehabilitation tax credits as a financing source, it is highly recommended that the developer engages highly experienced historic rehabilitation tax credit legal and accounting professionals, as well as an experienced historic preservation consultant, who has a relationship with the local State Historic Preservation Office.