New York Housing Bond Issuance Likely To Top $2 Billion in 2005

McDonald, Michael
December 2004
Bond Buyer;12/27/2004, Vol. 350 Issue 32037, p1
Trade Publication
The article focuses on New York's major housing bond issuers who expect to be in the market in 2005 with more than $2 billion of single-family and multifamily bonds, putting issuance in the state's housing market on pace with volume from 2004. The New York State Housing Finance Agency, New York State Mortgage Agency, and New York City Housing Development Corp. account for the lion's share of housing issuance in the state. The volume of issuance from these agencies has been growing over the last few years as a result of increased demand for affordable housing and the introduction of new programs, such as for the sale of liberty bonds.


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