Mortgage Revenue Bond

A Bond issued by a state, certain agencies or authorities or Political Subdivisions to make or purchase loans (including mortgage or other owner financing) with respect to single-family or multifamily residences. As indicated by the name, a principal source of security for the Bonds is mortgages on the financed properties. A Mortgage Revenue Bond may also refer to Bonds issued to finance the construction or acquisition of a public utility.

See Also

Private Activity Bond (PAB)

The term used in the Code to describe any bond issued as part of a bond issue that meets both of the private business tests or meets the private loan financing test.

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Securities Act of 1933

Law designed to ensure that investors are provided with material information about new issues of securities offered for sale to the public.