From the iconic Golden Gate Bridge to Chicago’s Millennium Park, municipal bonds (“munis”) have helped states and localities to raise the funds necessary to build some of our country’s most ambitious capital projects. And they’re still alive and well today – between 2003 and 2012, states and other localities invested $3.2 trillion in infrastructure projects around the country through municipal bonds, 2.5 times more than similar federal investments.
Pitichoke ChulapamornsriWhat’s the Story on the Municipal Bond Tax Exemption?
Preserving historic music venues, building new waterfront bike lanes, supporting affordable housing, creating new public green spaces and adding a new fire truck are among the exciting public projects that Neighborly is supporting in 2017 as a result of the Neighborly Bonds Challenge.
Pitichoke ChulapamornsriMeet the Winners of the Neighborly Bonds Challenge
Hi, I’m Pitichoke, the new Director of Business Development at Neighborly. I previously worked for Goldman Sachs as a senior analyst in the Private Equity Group and recently graduated with a Masters in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School. I am excited to be part of the Neighborly team for three reasons: