Installment Financings
Installment Financings



Most North Carolina local government capital financings now are done by way of “installment financings” under the authority of Section 160A-20. We’ve worked on a full range of installment financing projects for our clients, ranging from vehicles, to parks, to schools, to jails (and just about anything in between). We’re experienced in financings that are either placed directly with a single bank or other financial institution, or sold using “limited obligation bonds” or “certificates of participation.”

We’ve probably done installment financings for every single one of our clients, but our work for Orange County, Chapel Hill and Pender County comes quickly to mind. Click here and let us know if you’d like to talk about an installment financing for your community.

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