The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation established the Revolving Fund for Endangered Properties Program in 1990 to provide effective alternatives to demolition or neglect of architecturally and historically significant properties by promoting their rehabilitation and enabling owners of endangered historic properties to connect with buyers who will rehabilitate their properties.
The Endangered Properties program accomplishes this goal by either accepting property donations or by purchasing options on endangered historic properties. The properties are then marketed nationally to locate buyers who agree to preserve and maintain the structures. Protective covenants are attached to the deeds to ensure that the historic integrity of each property is retained, and purchasers are required to sign rehabilitation agreements based on the work to be performed on the structure.
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The Terry-Settle House
Forsyth County, c. 1830
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For more information, contact:
Director of Preservation
The Georgia Trust
1516 Peachtree Street, NW
Atlanta, Georgia 30309-2908