It’s Time to Revitalize Your Historic Tax Credit Knowledge
Across towns and cities in America, the Historic Tax Credit program has revitalized communities, restored tens of thousands of properties, created millions of jobs and leveraged billions in private investment capital since it enactment.
Yet, even with the program’s success, the industry is entering an era of uncertainty, considering the fallout from the Historic Boardwalk Case last August. This September, the Novogradac Historic Tax Credit Conference will provide critical knowledge you need to stay resilient as the industry faces multiple challenges.
At the conference, held at the MGM Grand in Detroit, a city hailed for revitalizing its rich architectural and cultural heritage, you’ll have opportunities to fortify your historic transaction, learn the latest legislative reforms, and get the latest best practices from our distinguished speakers.
And of course, we’ll be networking. You’ll mix and mingle with more than 200 leading industry practitioners, including developers, investors, policy makers, lawyers and more, to build new partnerships, help facilitate new deals, and develop the business strategies that will strive to advance your historic deal.
The conference will also host the inaugural Novogradac Historic Rehabilitation Awards. Winners will receive national recognition for their achievements and will be honored in a ceremony at the MGM Grand.
Our expert panelists will:
Want to Learn the Basics of Historic Preservation?
Historic Tax Credit 101: The Basics, a favorite pre-conference workshop among attendees, will provide the background you need for more complex projects and transactions. A live Q&A session will be featured.
Help the nation preserve its cultural heritage and most venerable buildings by joining Novogradac & Company and our sponsors at the Historic Tax Credit Conference today.
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