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Upcoming Events

May 23-24, 2018
Daily: 12:00 - 5:00 PM Eastern
The Intro EB-5 Finance WebCourse examines the basic statutes and regulations governing the EB-5 Program. Topics covered include direct EB-5 vs. EB-5 Regional Center programs, minimum investment requirements, securities regulations, and business plans and economic reports. Plus several case study examples will be discussed to showcase the variety of economic development projects that can benefit from this form of capital.

Featured State Resources

South Central Tennessee Development District EDA Revolving Loan Fund Application
This application is for the South Central Tennessee Development District EDA Revolving Loan Fund.
Innovation Districts Catalyze Jobs, Creativity, GrowthMembers only Login
Cities incubate creativity and serve as labs for innovative ideas and policies. The concept of an Innovation District is one such...
Investment ToolsMembers only Login
The various structures for lower income housing, renewable energy, and historic rehabilitation tax credits are outlined by George...
Targeted Tools in Knox CountyMembers only Login
Todd Napier of the Development Corporation of Knox County shares their typical forms of local incentives in Knoxville and Knox...
Targeted Tools - OverviewMembers only Login
Mark Mamantov of Bass, Berry & Sims details the two primary local tools in Tennessee, tax abatement (PILOTs) and tax increment...

Tennessee Development Finance Headlines

RFP: Charter School Seeks Underwriter
The Soulsville Charter School | Mar. 6 | Bond Finance | Job Postings & RFPs

Featured State Programs

Appalachian Renovation Loan ProgramMembers only Login
The Appalachian Renovation Loan Program (ARLP) will improve homeownership for the residents of the Appalachian counties. The program goal is to help provide safe and sound housing to residents in the most Distressed and At-Risk counties through...
Community Development "Regular Round"Members only Login
The CDBG program is funded through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development (TNECD) administers the program for the cities and counties in the state that are not...
Community Investment Tax CreditMembers only Login
This program allows financial institutions to obtain a credit against the sum total of taxes imposed by the Franchise and Excise Tax Laws when qualified loans, qualified investments, grants or contributions are extended to eligible housing entities...

CDFA Tennessee Supporters

For information about sponsoring, review the sponsor prospectus and complete our sponsorship agreement or contact CDFA.