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CHAP 10 Year Tax Credit

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In a nutshell how the CHAP 10 year tax credit works…

January 16, 20140 Comments

Here is a basic overview of how the credit is calculated and how it works. The tax credit is not calculated until the property is reassessed, and the calculation is handled by the City’s Department of Finance. The tax credit is a dollar value that is subtracted from an owner’s property tax bill each year […]

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New CHAP 10 Year Tax Credit project in Homeland – 317 Witherspoon Road

December 19, 20130 Comments

This project is in its framing stage and should be ready in 2 to 3 months… We’ll post a bunch of video moving forward…  

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3023 Eastern Ave – New Canton Renovation w/ CHAP 10 Year Tax Credit & Parking

December 18, 20130 Comments

3012 Eastern Ave is actively on the market and priced at $329,000. It’s newly renovated and has the CHAP 10 year tax credit, parking pad and is a 2 bedroom, 2.5 bath townhouse with den. It has all new mechanical’s, stainless steel appliances, Jelwen high-efficiency windows w/ insulated glass & gorgeous wide-plank hardwood floors. The […]

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2338 Fleet Street – Canton CHAP Tax Credit Renovation we sold on 10/31/2013

December 10, 20130 Comments

2338 Fleet Street was a new 2 bedroom, 2 full bath complete renovation with the CHAP 10 Year Tax Credit. It had amazing craftsmanship with great attention to detail. Hardwood floors throughout, Gourmet Kitchen with granite counters, custom back splash, stainless steel Appliances & designer cabinets. It had 2 Master Suites with Spa-like baths, a […]

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Why has the CHAP 10 Year Tax Credit become so popular?

December 10, 20130 Comments

Why has the CHAP 10 Year Tax Credit become so popular? Because its expensive to live in Baltimore City and this tax credit makes it much more affordable. A Baltimore City home assessed for $350,000 would have an annual property tax around $7,868. Comparatively a Baltimore County home assessed for $350,000 would have an annual property […]

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