The District of Columbia Revenue Bond Program

The District of Columbia Revenue Bond Program recently presented, “The Principles, Mechanics and Financial Benefits of Tax-Exempt Bonds,” a seminar providing an overview of the Revenue Bond program and case studies on all types of bond issuances.

The audience consisted of 501 (c)(3) organizations, schools, for-profit companies, banks, brokers, real estate professionals, financial advisors, attorneys and those who wanted more information about the District’s Revenue Bond program.

Since 1998, the program has issued more than $3.8 billion of tax-exempt securities to finance the acquisition, purchase and rehabilitation of buildings, new construction, and equipment for qualified organizations throughout the Nation’s Capital. Bonds can be issued to assist in financing a broad variety of capital projects, including commercial development, infrastructure improvements, and equipment and machinery used in business and other endeavors such as the retail trades, health care, education, housing, recreation, and solid waste recycling.

To learn more about the Revenue Bond Program, contact the DC Revenue Bond Program at 202-727-6365.

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