Florida Tax Credit Firm Closes First of Four Deals in Indian Country

Anderson, Kim Renay
July 2000
National Mortgage News;07/10/2000, Vol. 24 Issue 42, p16
Trade Publication
Reports on investments closed by Raymond James Tax Credit Funds in an Indian Country Tax Credit Fund. Raymond James' position as a subsidiary of Raymond James Financial; Investments in the initiative by Norwest/Wells Fargo, United States Bank and Key Development Corp.; Closure of additional property investments; Investments located on or near Indian reservations.


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