Many municipalities in Jordan suffer infrastructure deficit. Infrastructure is like second-nature geography, which can reduce the time and monetary costs to reach markets and thus overcome the limitations of physical geography. Well built infrastructure can promote and facilitate access of the population, visitors, and investors which in turn will enhance the standards of living of the local community. Thus, land value will increase and new investments whether by local property owners, donors, or lenders can be launched. Tax increment will help the budget of the municipality mainly in the debt service.