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- Hawaii lawmakers want cap increased for tax-free mortgage revenue bonds. Figler, Andrea // Bond Buyer;05/20/99, Vol. 328 Issue 30645, p39
Discloses the plan of Hawaii's lawmakers to raise the state's cap on mortgage revenue bonds in an effort to meet growing demand for single-family housing in 1999. Terms of the bill approved by legislators concerning the Hula Mae single-family housing program; Requirements set for all debt...
- California questions need for health agency's debt cap. Marois, Michael B. // Bond Buyer;08/24/98, Vol. 325 Issue 30463, p3
Focuses on the bill being considered by state lawmakers aimed at removing the debt cap set in tax-exempt bonds issued by the California Health Facilities Financing Authority. Terms of the bill; Officials' assessment of the demands for bonds; Arguments for and against the bill; Provisions under...
- The Stronger the Tree. // National Mortgage News;3/26/2012, Vol. 36 Issue 26, p4
The author argues that increase regulations on mortgage industries results to uncertainty in the industry with the backlog of foreclosures.
- Analyst: Zero Down-Payment Bill Could Spur More Single-Family Bonds. Vadum, Matthew // Bond Buyer;3/25/2004, Vol. 347 Issue 31849, p4
Focuses on the bill sponsored by Representative Patrick Tiberi to authorize the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to insure single-family mortgages. Comments of Wendy Dolber, managing director at Standard & Poor's Corp., concerning the bill; Terms under Tiberi's proposal;...
- Â£130k fine and six banned by FSA for mortgage fraud. Blackmore, Nicole // Money Marketing;7/8/2010, p7
The article reports on the Financial Services Authority's (FSA's) ban on six individuals and fine one with more than 130,000 pounds for mortgage fraud in Great Britain.
- Housing group weighs solutions to '10-year rule' problem. Meisler, Daniel // Bond Buyer;05/20/99, Vol. 328 Issue 30645, p7
Highlights discussions during the National Council of State Housing Agencies' 1999 spring workshop, on the federal prohibition on recycling prepayments of single-family mortgages into loans ten years after. Possible solutions considered for the `ten-year rule' in the United States; Costs of the...
- Entertainment's false promises. Utt, Ronald D. // Fairfield County Business Journal;10/26/98, Vol. 37 Issue 43, p4
Opinion. Comments on the need for tax policy makers to evaluate carefully entertainment-related infrastructure projects in the United States. Introduction of a Senate bill prohibiting communities from issuing tax-exempt bonds to finance construction of sports facilities; Maryland's megaplex...
- Bill Seeks to Help More Families Enjoy Mortgage Programs. Kinnander, Ola // Bond Buyer;06/14/2000, Vol. 332 Issue 30912, p5
Reports on a bill that will help more families enjoy mortgage revenue bond programs in the United States. Qualifications for a low-interest, tax-exempt revenue bond financed mortgage based on household income; Provisions of the bill.
- Health care reform creates opportunities and challenges. Horn, Brenda S.; Melliere, Michael J. // Indianapolis Business Journal;10/18/93, Vol. 14 Issue 29, The Law Journal p26
Discusses the impact of President Bill Clinton's proposed health care reform package on issuers of tax-exempt bonds. Debt ratings; Integrated delivery systems; Need for flexibility; Financing reform proposals; Tax-exempt financing.