N.Y. Housing Agencies Can't Get Enough Liberty Bonds

McDonald, Michael
July 2003
Bond Buyer;7/10/2003, Vol. 345 Issue 31674, p36
Trade Publication
Reports on deals announced by New York City Housing Development Corp. and New York State Housing Finance Agency in New York State regarding the sale of liberty bonds. Hurdles to the preliminary approval to these projects; Comments of president of the Real Estate Board of the New York over the deal; Details of prior deals.


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