• MyHometownOhio

    Cincinnati counted in Top 10 Cities for buying historic houses

    by  • February 22, 2017 • MyHometownOhio, Share Your Ohio Preservation Story •  Comments

    If you’re into preservation like we are, you’ll be glad to know that Cincinnati made it to Apartment Therapy’s list of “Best Cities for Buying a Vintage Historic House.”  We all know there are a lot of great vintage historic houses in Ohio, but it’s good to see Ohio’s represented in this national list.  Read […]

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    PACE Funding

    by  • January 14, 2017 • Share Your Ohio Preservation Story •  Comments

    What is PACE Funding? PACE stands for Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) programs, which represent one of the newest mechanisms available for financing energy efficiency and renewable energy improvement projects.  Can PACE funding be used for preserving historic properties?  See what Ohio law firm Bricker & Eckler have to say about PACE. Read entire article.

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    Awards to Assist 18 Historic Rehabilitation Projects

    by  • December 21, 2016 • MyHometownOhio, Share Your Ohio Preservation Story, Share Your Preservation Story •  Comments

    Today, the Ohio Development Services Agency awarded $22.8 million in Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credits to 18 applicants planning to rehabilitate 33 historic buildings. Together, the projects are expected to bring approximately $225.6 million in private investment in 12 communities. “A community’s historic buildings make it unique,” said David Goodman, director of the Ohio Development […]

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    Insulating Brick — Free Webinar

    by  • November 11, 2016 • Share Your Ohio Preservation Story •  Comments

    Sign up for this FREE webinar presentation that will take a close look at how to insulate brick walls safely from the interior – considering moisture drive, bulk rainwater issues, and insulation materials – avoiding the dangers of freeze-thaw and mold. High Performance Foam Free Historic Masonry Retrofits – Free CE Webinar    

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