Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit Workshop
Date: Saturday, July 27, 2019
Time: 10:00am – 12:00 noon
Location: Chesterfield Building, 701 West Main Street, Ste. 2909 Durham
Cost: Free, however, $10 or more donations are appreciated
Our Experts: Sara Lachenman and Emily-Kate Hannapel of Four Over One Design LLC
Renovators Network is a series of classes and workshops that cover all things historic houses including a hands-on, DIY approach for issues such as plaster repair, wood window maintenance, interior design, and historic house hunting.
Talk to an experienced consultant about…
- Qualifying projects and design requirements
- Proposed changes to the historic rehabilitation tax credit program
- Ins and Outs of the state/federal historic tax credit process
- When to hire a consultant — or do it yourself!
Get your questions answered if you’re in the process of preparing an application.
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