Did you miss the webinar about these new resources? You can now watch the recording here. State Historic Tax Credit Resource Guide With more than 70 percent of states adopting some form of historic tax credit incentive to support building reuse, the utility and success of this preservation policy is clear. As states look to strengthen and tailor these incentives, this Resource Guide offers an overview of the tangible benefits of historic tax credit programs, the elements of top-performing credits, and a state-by-state comparative analysis of key features. Download the file below. Web-based Mapping Tool: The State Historic Tax Credit Data Center is intended to serve historic preservation policy makers, advocates, and practitioners alike as they determine the optimal incentive for their state. The tool allows them to compare up to three state programs at one time as well as a way to compare specific features of a state historic tax credit against all other programs. The National Trust for Historic Preservation gratefully acknowledges the generous support of David and Julia Uihlein who made the development of the Resource Guide and interactive mapping tool possible. We also deeply appreciate the many state historic preservation offices, preservation organizations, developers, architects, syndicators, Main Street directors as well as state and local officials who contributed their knowledge in the development of these tools.#historictaxcredit#taxincentives#Advocacy#data
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