Do you own an old rowhouse? If you are located in a historic district, you might be one of thousands of Baltimore home-owners eligible for the Maryland Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit program which can provide a substantial tax incentive for maintenance or rehab work on your historic home. If you can spend a minimum of $5,000 in a two-year period, approved applicants receive a 20% refundable income tax credit on the cost of your maintenance or home-improvement project. Learn more about historic tax credits with our detailed guide to city, state and federal programs.
Historic Rehab Tax Credit Workshop
Wednesday, March 16, 2011 | 7 to 8 PM
St. Peter Claver Church | 1546 North Fremont Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21217
Join Baltimore Heritage and the Druid Heights CDC on March 16 from 7:00 to 8:00 PM at St. Peter Claver Church for an introductory workshop to the state and city historic rehab tax credit. Chloe Williams from the Druid Heights CDC will share a case study on their work with the tax credit program for the rehab of the historic Gateway Homes along McCulloh Street in the Druid Heights neighborhood.
Questions? Call Eli Pousson at 301-204-3337 or e-mail email@example.com