Facilities Data

Looking for facilities assistance? If you work with a charter school and are looking for facilities assistance, you may be interested in contacting the current grantees under the Credit Enhancement for Charter School Facilities Program to determine if they are able to work with your charter school to secure financing. These grantees do not provide grants, but they work with the charter school to secure financing (loans/bonds) for facilities. Please note that each of these grantees have a focus area, so you should contact those grantees that are interested in working in the State of your charter school or have a national focus. Also, it may be helpful to visit the websites of these entities to get a better sense of the work they do.

We encourage charter schools seeking services to contact multiple organizations to determine which one can offer the best rates and terms for their situation.

NCSRC Facilities Transactions Filter

Description:

Reinvestment Fund is a catalyst for change in low-income communities. We integrate data, policy and strategic investments to improve the quality of life in low-income neighborhoods. Using analytical and financial tools, we bring high-quality charter schools, grocery stores, affordable housing, early childhood programs, and health centers to the communities that need better access—creating anchors that attract investment over the long term and help families lead healthier, more productive lives.


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States:

Delaware Charter Schools, District of Columbia Charter Schools, Maryland Charter Schools, New Jersey Charter Schools, Pennsylvania Charter Schools

Description:

The Texas Public Finance Authority Charter School Finance Corporation ("CSFC" or "corporation") is a public non-profit corporation created by the Texas Public Finance Authority (the "Authority") and existing as an instrumentality of the Authority pursuant to Section 53.351 of the Texas Education Code, as amended (the "Act"). Pursuant to the Act, the CSFC is authorized to issue revenue bonds and to lend the proceeds thereof to any authorized charter schools for the purpose of aiding such schools in financing or refinancing "educational facilities" (as such term is defined in the Act) and facilities which are incidental, subordinate, or related thereto or appropriate in connection therewith.


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States:

Texas Charter Schools