Resources for Historic Tax Credit Consulting
For additional information on the Federal Historic Tax Credit Incentives program, visit the National Park Service's Technical Preservation Services website.
Properties must be listed on the National Register of Historic Places or be certified as a contributing building in a National Register-listed historic district in order to be eligible for the 20% Federal Historic Tax Credit. Check the National Register database to see if your property is already individually listed or contact your State Historic Preservation Office to see if your property is a contributing building in an existing historic district.
Many states offer an additional state historic tax credit or a property tax freeze for eligible properties. Check out programs offered by your state:
The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation provides general information on the National, State, and Tribal Historic Preservation programs and Section 106 compliance.