-by Robert Crump Our first featured bond of the new decade comes from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA), which is scheduled to issue $500 million in Transportation Project Bonds this coming week. The negotiated sale is scheduled for January 9th...
Economic Development – State Agencies/Organizations
Featured Bond – New York Housing Finance Authority $100 million
New York State Housing Finance Authority is scheduled to issue $100 million in Affordable Housing Revenue Bonds in two series to provide mortgage loans and fund housing construction in the state. The Bond is scheduled for sale on October 17th with JP Morgan, Bank of...
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Flagler County Growth in Housing Tops Nation – Again!
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Is the South Florida Housing Boom Ending?
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