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Guide to Using Interim Financing for NSP Activities

Date Published: March 2012

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This component of the NSP Toolkits is intended to provide NSP grantees and affiliates carrying out NSP-funded activities with information about interim financing. Interim financing can be a valuable technique for leveraging NSP resources, in turn allowing grantees and their affiliates to accelerate, expand, sustain, or otherwise enhance their impact. This tool describes interim financing, discusses the advantages and disadvantages of incorporating it into a grantee’s local neighborhood stabilization program, helps grantees to assess whether interim financing is a good fit for their activities, reviews key steps to implementing interim financing, and provides information on how interim financing can be obtained.

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