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Lecture to Answer Questions about Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credits

January 5, 2012

You probably knew that Historic Southwood Park, Historic Fairmont, and many properties in the defunct “Old Mill Association” are grouped together in the Southwood Park Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

But did you know that being a listed district qualifies residential and commercial properties in our neighborhood for federal and state Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credits?  It does!  Visit http://www.in.gov/dnr/historic/2814.htm for more Indiana information.  Read it and decide if your potential project might be eligible.

ARCH will hold a lecture on Saturday, January 28th to discuss these tax credits and answer questions. Here is a flier for the event:

 

 

—Steve McCord

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