Hospitals, universities and other not-for-profit issuers are enjoying exceptionally low ­borrowing costs and rampant demand for their debt. The only problem is it is not likely to last forever.

At the first Bond Buyer 501(c)3 Super Conference, held in New York on Monday, nonprofit administrators and their underwriters described a landscape in which investors are snapping up bonds issued by not-for-profits and banks are steadily becoming more willing to extend credit.

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