Historic properties in Wisconsin: Frederick Wilhelm and Frances Amelia Winkenwerder House in Watertown and the Frank DeBoth Building, a commercial main street building in DePere.

Tax Credits and Historic Buildings

If you are planning work on a historic building, you may be eligible for a tax credit.

For Owners of Historic Homes

Learn more about rehabilitation tax credits for homeowners who rehabilitate their historic homes.

Have questions about the Homeowner Tax Credit Program? You're not alone. Learn the answers to the most common questions.

General Information

Tax Credits for Historic Homes

Apply for tax credits for historic residences in Wisconsin.
For Owners of Historic Commercial Buildings

Learn more about rehabilitation tax credits for owners who rehabilitate historic income-producing buildings.

Apply for tax credits for historic income-producing buildings in Wisconsin.

Register of Historic Places

National Register home: Curtis-Kittleson House in Madison.

If your home is listed on the National Register, you may qualify to submit an application for an income tax credit on future restoration work you carry out.

Enlarge Map of Wisconsin indicating the Western and Eastern counties in each district.

Have Questions?

If you are in the Western District, contact Jen Davel by phone at 608-264-6490 or by email below.

If you are in the Eastern District, contact Mark Buechel by phone at 608-264-6491 or by email below.