Invest in Oregon
Earn tax-exempt income while investing in Oregon
Earn tax-exempt income while investing in Oregon.
You can invest in a diverse set of projects in Oregon by buying municipal bonds through Neighborly. Bonds support projects ranging from schools and parks to bridges and highways, all critical to the development of communities and the state.
Past projects funded by Oregon bonds
Oregon Transportation Infrastructure Bank
The OTIB is a bond-funded loan program in which cities and counties throughout Oregon can borrow funds to improve their local transportation infrastructure. That could mean repairing roads, adding a traffic signal, or anything else the area may need.
The Oregon School Capital Facilities Matching Program is a statewide program that matches local bond funding for school districts dollar-for-dollar with state funding, effectively doubling the effect of municipal bond funding for schools in any community that approves it.
Earthquake Resistance for Schools
Seismic safety is a major concern for schools along the West Coast. Thanks to municipal bonds funding, 39 K-12 schools, as well as Lane Community College and Southwestern Oregon Community College, were able to improve seismic safety without effecting the schools' operating budgets.
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