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Development Finance Authority of Summit County

Development Finance Authority of Summit County

(330) 762-4776

Development Finance Authority of Summit County

19 years in business
47 N Main St Ste 407
Akron, OH 44308-1925
Fax Numbers
  • (330) 762-5178
Additional Email Addresses
  • chris.burnham@developmentfinanceauthority.org
BBB File Opened: 06/27/2013
Business Started: 03/15/1999
Business Started Locally: 03/15/1999
Business Management
  • Mr. Chris Burnham
Business Category
  • Economic Development Organizations
Products & Services
Community and economic development finance specialists using bonds, tax credits, and non-traditional sources of capital. This includes their jobs and investment bond fund.
Service Area
We service the following area(s): Ohio

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Overview

DFA specializes in using bonds, tax credits and non-traditional sources of capital including our Jobs & Investment Bond Fund (Rating:  BBB+ by S&P) to create and retain jobs and finance commercial real estate investment; enhancing the quality of life throughout the region.  In addition, as a certified community development entity (CDE), the Development Fund of the Western Reserve (DFWR) which is managed by DFA, is authorized to deploy New Markets Tax Credits that specifically benefit low-income communities throughout an 18-county service area in Northeast Ohio. 

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Development Finance Authority of Summit County

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Development Finance Authority of Summit County

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