Historic Tax Credits

Our passionate team of historic preservation experts can help property developers handle complex regulations and make the most of available tax benefits.
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Unlocking Tax Credits for Historic Property Preservation

We’re passionate about preserving historic properties. It’s why we office in the Grant Building and why we offer property developers, investors, and owners the knowledge needed to take advantage of historic tax credits and other incentives that help make restoration and preservation projects viable. We demystify complex regulations and guide you through every step of the application process, ensuring compliance and optimizing tax benefits. Alongside cost certification audits and tax credit consulting, we can identify optimal tax credit opportunities and develop strategic plans to secure maximum financial advantage. When you’re ready, we’ll help you breathe new life into historic treasures for generations to come.

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