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Services We Provide

Charter School Finance & Development specializes in these areas
Charter School Finance & Development Direct Lending

Direct Lending

We are an impact driven lender for charter schools and are motivated by the positive change.

Charter School Finance & Development New Market Tax Credit

New Market Tax Credits

NMTC is a federal program designed to incentivize lenders and developers to invest in low income communities.

Charter School Finance & Development Real Estate Consulting

Real Estate Consulting

Real estate development is a complicated process from acquisition and due diligence to permits and construction.

Charter School Finance and Development Inc is non-profit charter school lender that specialize in providing affordable facility solutions to high quality charter schools in underserved neighborhoods.

We believe that investment in education pays the best return.



As our first Michigan bond pricing, Truist was pleased to work with such a quality team and impressive school as MMSA.

Robert A. Nickell, Jr.

Managing Director, Education Group Head | Public Finance, Truist Securities

I am very happy that we have chosen to work with Charter School Finance and Development.

Oguzhan Yildiz, Ed.S.

Superintendent, Michigan Math and Science Academy

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Charter School Finance

There are several key considerations related to charter school finance that can help ensure the success and sustainability of a charter school. These include:

  • Developing and adhering to a budget: Charter schools are responsible for managing their own finances and ensuring that they are using their resources effectively to support their educational mission and goals. This includes developing and adhering to a budget that outlines the school’s financial resources and expenses.
  • Managing financial accounts and records: It is important for charter schools to maintain accurate and up-to-date financial records in order to make informed financial decisions and meet financial and accountability standards set by the state or local chartering agency.
  • Making strategic financial decisions: Charter schools need to make strategic financial decisions to support their operations and programs. This may include investing in the charter school facility, upgrading technology, or making renovations to improve the learning environment.
  • Meeting financial and accountability standards: Charter schools are required to meet certain financial and accountability standards set by the state or local chartering agency that grants them permission to operate. This may include submitting financial reports and audits, demonstrating financial stability and solvency, and meeting performance targets.

Overall, effective charter school finance is an important aspect of the successful operation and sustainability of charter schools.