Investing in Agriculture
With agricultural mortgage loan investments in Gray, Hamilton, Haskell, Neosha and other counties, cities and towns totaling $154 million, life insurers are providing vital financing to the state’s farmers.
Investing in Apartments/Multifamily
Life insurers have invested $1.4 billion in mortgage loans for apartment buildings and multifamily units in Wichita, Lawrence, Topeka and other cities in the state, helping individuals and families call Kansas “home.”
Investing in Retail
Nearly a quarter of the jobs in The Sunflower State are supported by the retail industry, according to the National Retail Federation. Life insurers strongly support retail. They have provided $748 million in mortgage financing in Kansas City, Manhattan, Winfield and other cities.
Investing in Education
School districts in Sedgwick, Wyandote, Geary and other counties have received nearly $300 million in financing from life insurers. These bond purchases result in safer schools and enhanced technologies to prepare Kansas students for the future.
Investing in Infrastructure
With more than $66 million invested in bonds issued by utilities and another $236 million invested in bonds issued by the state transportation department, life insurers are helping finance infrastructure improvements throughout Kansas.
Investing in Industry
Life insurers have provided a total $558 million in mortgage loans for industries in Kansas City, Wichita and Topeka.