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IFA > State Revolving Fund > Finance Center > Summary of Current Interest Rate Policy Summary of Current Interest Rate Policy

Indiana's Drinking Water and Wastewater State Revolving Fund Programs will use a Base SRF Program Interest Rate, which will be re-set on the first business day of each January, April, July and October.

The Base Rate will be calculated by using 90 percent of the average 20-year AAA-rated, general obligation bond Municipal Market Data (“MMD”) composite index for the most recent calendar month. The Base Rate is then discounted further based upon a borrower’s Median Household Income (MHI) from 2000 Census data and projected user rates. This 2000 census data is presently posted at http://www.stats.indiana.edu/c2k/c2kframe.html.

Below are the current SRF Program interest rates effective July 1, 2014 through September 30, 2014. The interest rates vary based on three ranges of average monthly user rates for an equivalent dwelling unit (User Rates) within each of the three existing MHI tiers, creating nine possible interest rates.

Wastewater SRF
Interest Rates

User Rates
(Over $50)

User Rates
($30 to $50)

User Rates
(Under $30)

Tier III (MHI*: under $33,669)

2.00%

2.00%

2.30%

Tier II (MHI: $33,670 to $41,566)

2.00%

2.05%

2.55%

Tier I (MHI: over $41,567)

2.05%

2.30%

2.80%

* MHI reflected in 2000 Census
Note: Up to an additional .50% reduction may be permitted if a non-point-source project is financed along with a point source project or a project that includes green/sustainable components.

Drinking Water SRF
Interest Rates

User Rates
(Over $45)

User Rates
($25 to $45)

User Rates
(Under $25)

Tier III (MHI*: under $33,669)

2.00%

2.00%

2.30%

Tier II (MHI: $33,670 to $41,566)

2.00%

2.05%

2.55%

Tier I (MHI: over $41,567)

2.05%

2.30%

2.80%

* MHI reflected in 2000 Census
Note: Up to an additional .50% reduction may be permitted if a project is financed that includes green/sustainable components.

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Please contact Bill Harkins at (317) 234-4862 or wharkins@ifa.in.gov with questions.