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"Lunch and Learn" Held Today About Historic Home Tax Credits

Officials were also on hand to talk about the possibility of parts of downtown becoming an historic district and what that would mean for the local economy.
AMARILLO -- If you live in an historic home in Texas some things may have changed when it comes to tax credits.

That's why Dowtown Amarillo Inc. Held a "Lunch and Learn" today at Polk Street United Methodist Church.

This year, the state enacted a new credit that totals around 25-percent of the rehabilitation costs on an historic home. There are other federal credits available, too.

Officials were also on hand to talk about the possibility of parts of downtown becoming an historic district and what that would mean for the local economy.
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