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Mar 29, 2019

New Changes Coming to Missouri Historic Tax Credits

The Missouri Department of Economic Development has filed emergency rules to address new requirements outlined in SB590. The new rules will bring sweeping changes to the credit application and procurement process. Any real estate developer in Missouri looking at historic tax credits for their next project should familiarize themselves…

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Feb 4, 2019

Applying NMTCs to Grocery Projects

The New Market Tax Credit is designed to lift up areas that need it most. These are the worn-out, run-down neighborhoods that often make up urban cores. Fortunately, the tax credit is flexible enough to support a variety of real estate projects and jumpstart economic development. For many communities,…

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Dec 27, 2018

Opportunity Zones: What You Need to Know

In 2017, Congress passed the Tax Cut and Jobs Act, which included a series of incentives designed to promote new real estate development in some of the country’s most distressed areas. These areas are called “Opportunity Zones” and could present a significant revenue opportunity for the right real estate…

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5 questions to ask your Real Estate Developer

Nov 14, 2018

5 Questions to Ask Your Real Estate Developer

As an owner or investor, there are countless things to consider before choosing a real estate developer for your next project. The real estate development process is a long, winding road that your developer will take the lead on, so it’s important that you choose wisely. You’ll likely meet…

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explaining new market tax credits

Oct 26, 2018

Explaining New Market Tax Credits

Look around your community and you’re sure to find places that need a little help, whether it’s more commercial construction, more living wage employers or even more housing. These communities are prime opportunities for developers to build something that fosters ongoing development, but they often come at a high…

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