Here’s a tax incentive grand slam for residential real estate investors: a low-income housing rebuild retrofitted with solar in an opportunity zone.
Blake Christian, a partner with HCVT, a Top 30 accounting firm in Los Angeles, says those are all in place at a project he’s working with in Utah, where he’s based at his company’s Park City office. His practice includes a focus on tax-advantaged real estate investing strategies.
That means Christian is paying particular attention to certain parts of the $1.4 trillion appropriations bill signed into law as the year ended. That measure includes $900 billion in pandemic relief and tax revisions and extensions that could save investors a lot of money while furthering goals such as boosting affordable housing and investment in renewable energy.
A bill with no name but lots to work with …
The massive package contains a number of follow-ons to the
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