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August 18, 2014

South Carolina developers interested in monetizing their revitalization credits now have a marketplace for transactions. The Tax Credit Marketplace opened in October of last year and provides an online auction website for accredited investors to invest in projects, receive allocated credits, and reduce their state income tax, said John W. Boyd, founder of [...]

August 04, 2014

What you need to know about partnership allocations In late 2013, the IRS released Revenue Procedure 2014-12, which established a safe harbor clarifying how the agency will treat allocations of rehabilitation tax credits among partners. The procedure lays out circumstances under which the IRS won’t challenge a partnership’s allocation of credits [...]

July 02, 2014

When talking about real estate revitalization projects in the Upstate, most conversations eventually come around to old textile mills. These massive buildings stood abandoned for years after the outsourcing of jobs overseas transformed the textile industry in the late 1900s. Once a catalyst for the communities that stood in their shadows, the mills that once [...]

May 07, 2014

This article will focus on another equally effective resource, the Retail Facilities Revitalization Act credit program. The retail facilities revitalization tax credit is available for renovating, rehabilitating and redeveloping abandoned commercial property. The credit is commonly referred to as the big box tax credit because its primary intent is to [...]

April 05, 2014

The new year brings new opportunities for the real estate community and those who own commercial property in South Carolina. The impact of the recently released South Carolina Abandoned Buildings Revitalization Act will allow a South Carolina tax credit for up to 25 percent of the expenses incurred to redevelop an abandoned building. The incentive starts for [...]

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