Owner of Student Housing in Orlando Taps Debt Reserve for Sinking Fund

Smith, Aaron T.
April 2002
Bond Buyer;4/11/2002, Vol. 340 Issue 31363, p3
Trade Publication
Reports on the decision of CaPFA Capital Corp. to transfer its subordinate debt service reserve fund to a sinking fund in Orlando, Florida. Value of student housing revenue subordinate bonds issued by Capital Projects Finance; Total insured tax-exempt bonds; Use of the proceeds to finance the acquisition of apartment buildings.


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