HRTC

(redirected from Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit)
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AcronymDefinition
HRTCHimachal Road Transport Corporation (India)
HRTCHome Renovation Tax Credit (Canada)
HRTCHoosier Rails-to-Trails Council
HRTCHistoric Rehabilitation Tax Credit
HRTCHydraulic Rough Terrain Crane
HRTCHuman Resources Technology Council
HRTCHigh-Rate Turbo Code
HRTCHigh Resolution Telescope Cluster
HRTCHR (Human Resources) Team Consult GmbH (Karlsfeld, Germany)
HRTCHeadquarters Relocation Tax Credit (Indiana Department of Revenue)
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Additionally, Oklahoma's historic rehabilitation tax credit is
At a time when existing buildings with value-add opportunities are attracting investment, the Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit offers a good incentive for property owners seeking to restore historic buildings.
That, coupled with an understanding of historic importance of the structures, prompted the Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit and incentive program.
Projects may include historic resources inventory, historic rehabilitation tax credit applications, National Register nominations and S106 reviews.
The popularity and effectiveness of the Federal Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit program has soared in the past few years, with unparalleled numbers of real estate developers taking advantage of this lucrative financing tool.
Her experience also includes representation of closely held companies, sponsors, investors and family offices in various joint venture acquisitions, debt and equity investments, real estate opportunity funds, mixed-use and affordable housing developments, low-income housing and historic rehabilitation tax credit equity investments and financings and syndications.
In most instances, any building listed on the National Register of Historic Places or located in a National Register Historic District will qualify for the 20 percent historic rehabilitation tax credit as long as the rehabilitation work is approved by the National Park Service, a division of the U.
One such financing source is a highly effective urban revitalization program, known as the federal historic rehabilitation tax credit, which indirectly encourages private investment in the rehabilitation of our nation's historic and pre-1936 buildings.
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