Finding resources to preserve historic buildings in Utah is possible through a variety of loans and grants.
Utah Heritage Foundation
, a non-profit statewide historic preservation advocacy organization, offers an array of real estate programs that can benefit an owner financially.
Revolving Loan Fund
To qualify, a property must be at least 50 years old and retain its architectural integrity. Approval of loan applications is based on a number of criteria, including the historic appropriateness of the proposed renovation and availability of loan funds.
Preservation Easement Donation
Owners of National Register-listed buildings may donate easements to UHF to insure the preservation of their buildings in perpetuity and may take a charitable gift tax deduction on the federal return for the value of the donation.
For more information contact: Elizabeth Bradley-Wilson
at (801) 533-0858 extension 103
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