This report looks at the performance of charter school loans over the last decade. It reflects data from 15 lenders representing $1.2 billion in charter school loans over 10 years. Of these loans, only 1.0% of the total loan amount in the study ended in foreclosure. Among outstanding loans, just over 3% were reported as delinquent for 60 days or more at any point in their history. The study found a correlation between loan performance and factors such as academic performance, the size of the school, prevalence of charter schools within a district, and occupancy costs.
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