According to the National Low Income Housing Coalition report T he Gap: A Shortage of Affordable Homes (March 2021) , “only 37 affordable and available rental homes exist for every 100 extremely low-income renter households." In the summer of 2021, as the affordable housing intern at the...
Developed in the Summer of 2021, this report by Sydney Andrea Landers is a case study on affordable housing provisions in state historic tax credits focusing on Delaware, Maine and Massachussetts. #historictaxcredit #AffordableHousing #Advocacy
National HTC Sign-On Letter dated December 1, 2021 to Senator Charles Schumer and Ron Wyden and Representatives Nancy Pelosi and Richard Neal. This letter includes over 4,000 signatories. #FederalHistoricTaxCredit #Advocacy #historictaxcredit #taxincentives
National HTC Sign-on Letter - FINAL.pdf
On October 21, 2021 preservation partners and the National Trust’s government relations staff presented on policy issues facing the preservation community. This webinar addresses about the best ways you can support top legislative priorities like FY2022 appropriations, the Historic Preservation...
In late June, Senators Ben Cardin (D-MD), Bill Cassidy (R-LA), Maria Cantwell (D-WA), and Susan Collins (R-ME) introduced the Senate version of the Historic Tax Credit Growth and Opportunity Act (HTC-GO), S. 2266 . Like the House version of HTC-GO (H.R. 2294), which presently has more than 60 ...
In this webinar, which took place June 30, 2021, listen to three perspectives on how state historic tax credits can help repurpose historic buildings to create new units of affordable housing. Leslie Reid serves as the CEO of Madison Park Development Corporation, one of the largest...
Final Slides_State HTC and Affordable Housing.pdf
On July 30, the IRS provided important relief for historic tax credit projects that are underway but facing significant delays because of Covid-19. Specifically, the IRS extended the deadline for certain rehabilitation projects to satisfy the substantial rehabilitation test when claiming...
The federal Historic Tax Credit is a proven economic stimulus tool that spurs community revitalization, creates jobs, and returns more money to the Treasury than it costs. Join National Trust Community Investment Corporation, the Historic Tax Credit Coalition, and Preservation Leadership Forum...
The Historic Tax Credit (HTC) is a proven tax incentive for both revitalizing historic community assets and supporting economic development and recovery. Unfortunately, the historic rehabilitation community, like so many others, has experienced slowing, stopping, and in some cases, devastating...
Revised Historic Tax Credit Economic Stimulus Request 4-28-20.pdf
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