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Preserving Your Historic Structure’s Story

Architecture is designed with intention, meaning its form says something about the building’s purpose. Form follows function. Elements such as decorative cornices, windows and doors all contribute to the story of the building’s purpose. This is especially true of historic buildings. Preserving their design helps to preserve the building’s story and history. Telling a Story There is rarely, if ever,

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Researching Tax Rebates and Incentives in Historical Preservation

Federal and state tax credits, deductions, and property easements are designed to encourage property owners to embark on the challenging task of renovating a historic property, allowing it to function well in the modern world while keeping the character and design of the historic original. While there are differences between regions and states, basic rules apply for any historic renovation

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Building Owner Representation Services in Construction

Construction can be complicated. Each phase of the project requires specialized knowledge to ensure it runs smoothly, but hiring an expert for every phase of the construction process can become expensive and overwhelming. That’s why an increasing number of property owners are turning to building owner representation services for their projects. An owner representative manages all aspects of design and construction

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