Revenue Bonds

Revenue Bonds pay interest and principal only from a dedicated revenue stream generated from a project or a facility such as a toll road or a water and power system. When the revenue stream generated from these projects is not sufficient to maintain debt-service coverage the issuer of the bonds will default on payment. There are no other sources of income to cover this shortfall.

There are many types of revenue bonds. The following are some of the projects
financed by issuance of municipal bonds:

  • Sewer and water systems
  • Public power systems
  • Single- and multi-family housing
  • Airports
  • Rapid transit
  • Hospitals
  • Resource recovery.
  • Seaports
  • Colleges and universities
  • Industrial development and pollution control facilities
  • Sports facilities and convention centers
  • Student loans
  • Toll roads and bridges

Municipal Asset Allocation by Market Value

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