Tagged as Historic Tax Credit

United States Capitol (east front), Washington, D.C | Library of Congress

07/19/2021
By Preservation Maryland

Preservation Primer: Historic Tax Credit

Finding funds for your preservation rehabilitation project can be complex and confusing. Fortunately, in Maryland, there are many programs designed to help private property owners maintain and rehabilitate their historic structure. Historic tax credits are a critical tool and may be just the funding boost you need to get your project completed!

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07/01/2021
By Dana Cohen

Preservation News Across Maryland

As a nonprofit with the sole mission of preserving Maryland’s historic buildings, neighborhoods and landscapes through outreach, funding, and advocacy, Preservation Maryland has its finger on the pulse of news affecting the preservation community. Read below for recent news from across the state about historic preservation funding and advocacy.

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Historic structures require significant repair and upkeep – but with routine maintenance the time and expense associated with those repairs can be substantially reduced. Equally important as maintaining the structure is making sure that those repairs are safe for historic buildings. Often, preservation-safe repairs cost the same or slightly more but can save property owners in the long-run. These preservation best practices are not a comprehensive or complete guide to every issue a property owner will confront but are a jumping off point for your next preservation project. 

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04/14/2021
By Elly Colmers Cowan

Sine Die 2021: State Legislative Advocacy Report

The 2021 Legislative Session of the Maryland General Assembly came to a close on Monday, April 12, 2021. After 90 days of championing key bills and testifying on many other pieces of important legislation, it is safe to say that Preservation Maryland had one of its busiest legislative sessions in recent history, and everything was accomplished remotely. With Session adjourned until January 2022, we are happy to report that we were able to make significant advances for preservation and smart growth in Maryland.

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