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Harvey Highlights Houston MUD Bond Development Funding

Laila Assanie and Michael Weiss

Southwest Economy, 2018, issue Q2, 3-7

Abstract: Historic flooding from Hurricane Harvey struck many Houston housing developments whose infrastructure was funded with municipal utility district (MUD) bonds. The tax-exempt debt has been widely used in the Houston area, and in the storm?s aftermath, MUD bond issuance has come under review with the possibility investors may seek greater future compensation.

Date: 2018
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