Maryland Historic Revitalization Tax Credit Program

The purpose of state and federal preservation tax incentives is to encourage private sector investment in the rehabilitation and re-use of historic buildings and to promote investment in local economies.

If you own a certified historic property in Maryland, you may have the opportunity to earn a state income tax credit on qualified rehabilitation expenditures. Whether you are planning to rehabilitate your primary or secondary residence, or a commercial property, there are state incentives that may help. Select a project type for more information.

For general information about the Historic Revitalization Tax Credit Program or to check the status of your project, contact Carey L. Jones, Preservation Officer, Tax Credits, at 410-697-9560; Dana Marks Halpert, Preservation Officer, Tax Credits, at 410-697-9551; Kate Jaffe, Administrator, Preservation Financial Incentives, at 410-697-9537; or Bonnie Baden, (410) 697-9535.

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