Some home buyers may be drawn to the cachet of owning a property with a rich historical past, but there are more benefits than status. “Historic districts tend to hold their value better during economic downturns, and they appreciate more during upswings,” Tom Mayes, vice president for the National Trust for Historic Preservation in Washington, D.C., told realtor.com®. These areas come with “built-in character. They have a uniqueness and distinctiveness.”
Click HERE to read more.