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Historic Structure Reports (HSR): What They Are and Why They Are Important

The National Park Service (NPS) uses the term Historic Structure to refer to historic buildings, bridges, railroads, and other kinds of construction. ...
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Three Types of Funding for Historic Renovations: Week 3 – Utility & Energy Rebates

In the last of our three week series on finding money for your historic building renovations, we cover utility and energy rebates. ...
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Three Types of Funding for Historic Renovations: Week 2 – Grants

In the first of our three week series on finding money for your historic building renovations, we investigated Historic Tax Credits.  This ...
Historic Tax Credits for Historic Building Renovations

Three Types of Funding for Historic Renovations: Week 1 – Historic Tax Credits

In this three week series of blog posts, we’ll explore different ways of finding money for your renovation project. This week we'll ...
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#AskEncoreSD: What is a Certified Historic Building?

In this #AskEncoreSD, we answer the question: What is a Certified Historic Building? Take a peek at this short video to get ...

#AskEncoreSD: What Makes a Building Historic?

In this #AskEncoreSD, we answer the question: What Makes a Building Historic? Take a peek at this short video to get an ...

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