Brownfields Financing Webinar Series

As part of CDFA's Brownfields Technical Assistance Program, the Brownfield Financing Webinar Series offers webinars that focus on effective utilization of brownfields and redevelopment financing tools, while highlighting best practices, case studies, and CDFA’s technical assistance program participants. This series is designed for professionals who work directly with brownfield sites as well as economic development professionals and communities interested in shaping programs to enhance redevelopment financing opportunities.

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CDFA Brownfields Financing Webinar Series: The Developer’s Perspective in Financing Brownfield Projects
In this webinar, our experts discussed how to negotiate with developers and involve them in a broader brownfields strategy. 
CDFA Brownfields Financing Webinar Series: Digging for Cleanup Funds: Insurance Archeology
In this webinar, our experts focus on an effective but underutilized tool for dealing with abandoned and environmentally contaminated sites is known as Insurance Archeology or Insurance Cost Recovery.
2018 Learn More About CDFA's Free Technical Assistance for Brownfields Recording
The Council of Development Finance Agencies (CDFA) offers free technical assistance to State, Local, and Tribal brownfield financing efforts. CDFA and partners provide resources and expertise related to revolving loan funds, tax credits, tax increment finance and other effective financing tools.  Communities and organizations interested in learning more about CDFA's technical assistance opportunities are invited to view our informational webinar from May 10, 2018 to discuss how you can take advantage of free resources and expertise. 
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