Two Chicago-area municipal consultants and Roosevelt University’s School of Business Administration will host a tax-increment financing workshop May 27 to bring together community development leaders with investor and investment banking participants.

“Our hope is to keep the TIF sector momentum going, and bring about a new round of state policy and local financing,” said co-sponsor Peter Fugiel. “From the years I have just spent in real estate research, I would say to you, now is the time for all localities to scope out what may happen to them, as the realty markets shake out.”

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