How Municipal Bond Investments Support Positive Impact on Underserved Communities
A national deficit exists between the number of affordable rental homes available and those who need them. Thankfully, investors aiming to target investments into low-income or high-poverty communities do not need to choose between their social goals and their investment objectives.
Affordable housing, financed through municipal bond investments, can positively affect low-income residents and the socio-economic fabric of the communities in which they live.
Simply complete the form on this page to receive this socially responsible investing (SRI) report and explore:
- Why underserved communities need affordable housing assistance and the positive impact affordable housing can have on moderate- and low-income residents and their communities
- How municipal bonds are used to finance affordable housing thereby advancing certain U.N. Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), such as the goal of ensuring access for all to adequate, safe, and affordable housing
- Two case studies illustrating investments in municipal bonds funding affordable housing projects in high-poverty areas and their positive social impact for the community
- Fixed income investment opportunities that target projects that help propel communities on a sustainable path — without sacrificing performance or credit quality