Interest rates are calculated based on a borrower’s credit profile, underlying rating, method of sale, market environment and loan/bond structure. Purchasing letters of credit, bond insurance or other credit enhancement can help strengthen the overall credit quality and in some instances reduce the cost to the borrower.
WHCFA offers a Quick Loan and Direct Placement program which permit both fixed and variable interest rate structures. See link below for recent Quick Loan and Direct Placement interest rates.
WHCFA offers both fixed and variable rate publicly offered bonds. During the pricing process, WHCFA and its financial advisor review all fixed and variable rate pricing information. See Melio & Company’s Municipal Healthcare Interest Rate link below for indicative healthcare fixed and variable rates.
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