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Building an Infrastructure of Opportunity for the Next GenerationMembers only Login
MDC, a nonprofit based in Durham, N.C., published this report called, "State of the South." They have been publishing these reports since 1996 to further its mission of helping communities, organizations, and leaders. The report breaks down why the...
CharlestonWISE Home Energy Program BrochureMembers only Login
CharlestonWISE is a community based energy program for Charleston County households offering trusted advice and personalized service to make home energy upgrades easy and affordable, as covered in this brochure.
Financing Energy Efficiency and RenewablesMembers only Login
Doug Lamb with McGuireWoods gave this presentation at the South Carolina Jobs-Economic Development Authority 2013 Bond Summit in Charleston, outlining the planning process, deal structuring, market trends and incentives for financing clean energy...
Brownfields Redevelopment Tax Incentives for Preservation Projects
The National Trust for Historic Preservation published an article by Evans Paull that explores tax incentives for brownfields redevelopment and how these incentives can be paired with rehabilitation projects.
SSBCI 1.0 Audit Report: South CarolinaMembers only Login
In this Office of Inspector General report, South Carolina's SSBCI programs are audited. The audit finds that South Carolina obligated approximately $16.4 million as of June, 30, 2013.
Entrepreneurial Appalachia: Case Studies in Evolving Economic SectorsMembers only Login
The Appalachian Regional Commission commissioned this report to examine innovative projects that demonstrate benefits to rural and underserved communities. The case studies encompass energy, healthcare, manufacturing, and local food systems.
Assessing the Landscape of Local Food in Appalachia
The Appalachian Regional Commission released this report which is an assessment of food system infrastructure, access to capital for entrepreneurs, education, and regional capacity in the Appalachian region.
Making Small Farms into Big BusinessMembers only Login
This Crossroads Resource Center report, written by Ken Meter and Megan Phillips Goldenberg, provides a plan for infrastructure investments to connect small farms in South Carolina to raise food for in-state markets.
SCJEDA Industrial Development Bond Financing ProgramMembers only Login
South Carolina Jobs-Economic Development Authority released a new document explaining Industrial Development Bonds (IDBs). The document provides bond participants, the process, advantages of tax-exempt bonds, and general structure.
SC Small Business Loan Comparison ChartMembers only Login
This loan comparison chart produced by South Carolina's Business Development Corporation and Certified Development Corporation allows potential borrowers to evaluate small business loans by listing multiple loan programs' details side by side.
SC CAP and Large CAP BrochureMembers only Login
South Carolina's Business Development Corporation created this brochure to promote their Capital Access Program to potential users in a concise and simple manner
SC Loan Participation Program BrochureMembers only Login
South Carolina's Business Development Corporation created this brochure to promote their Loan Participation Program to potential users in a concise and simple manner.
South Carolina SSBCI Loan Participation ProgramMembers only Login
Edwin Lesley of the Business Development Corporation of South Carolina describes the state's SSBCI-supported loan participation program.
South Carolina JEDA Application for Internal Revenue Bond FinancingMembers only Login
This is an application for Jobs-Economic Development Authority's (JEDA) Industrial Revenue Bond program.
SC SSBCI Capital Access Program BrochureMembers only Login
This brochure from the Business Development Corporation presents the SC SSBCI CAP to potential borrowers. The program was approved for funding through the Treasury's State Small Business Credit Initiative and expands on an existing SC CAP.
SC SSBCI CAP Qualifications ChecklistMembers only Login
This checklist for the SC SSBCI CAP helps lenders determine whether a potential borrower is likely to qualify for the program. The Business Development Corp. runs this CAP, which received funding from the Treasury's State Small Business Credit...
SC SSBCI CAP Lender Participation AgreementMembers only Login
This is the lender participation agreement for entities seeking to enroll loans under the SC SSBCI CAP. The agreement includes program information for lenders, exhibits of notices to potential borrowers, and example program forms. The Business...
Selected State Historic Tax Credit Programs
This presentation from Kasper Mortgage Capital, LLC provides overview of the historic tax credit programs in eight states. Details include the level of credits available, operating entity, and special features of the programs.
2009 South Carolina Tax Incentives for Economic DevelopmentMembers only Login
South Carolina's various tax credit programs are summarized in this document.
Greenville County Economic Development Revolving Loan ProgramMembers only Login
This document offers a description of the Greenville County, SC Economic Development Revolving Loan Program. It includes criteria, guidelines and the application process to utilize this RLF.
Charleston County Revolving Loan FundMembers only Login
The Charleston County uses the following brochure to explain the benefits and costs of the county's Revolving Loan Fund program.
Berkeley Charleston Dorchester Council of Governments Revolving Loan Fund BrochureMembers only Login
The Berkeley Charleston Dorchester Council of Governments uses the following brochure to market and explain the agency's Revolving Loan Fund Program including information about the application and approval process as well as eligible activities.
City of North Charleston Revolving Loan FundMembers only Login
The city of North Charleston uses the following brochure to explain the city's revolving loan fund, its terms and conditions, it advantages and where to get more information about the program.
Tax Increment Finance Structures and Case Studies
Fran Busby from the Bank of America discusses fundamentals of bond financing and presents case studies examples of how TIF bond financing has been applied throughout the country.
South Carolina TIF StatuteMembers only Login
Enabling legislation for tax increment financing in South Carolina.
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