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Massachusetts
Housing Partnership

A public nonprofit that supports & finances affordable housing

How MHP Works

Community Assistance

We support communities, housing authorities and nonprofits during the early stages of affordable housing development.

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Rental Financing

We use private sources of capital to provide long-term, fixed-rate financing for multifamily housing.

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ONE Mortgage

We partner with lenders all over Massachusetts to offer the state’s most affordable program for first-time buyers.

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Recent changes to MAHT statute

BOSTON --- Given the limited mission of Municipal Affordable Housing Trusts (MAHT) as defined in MGL Ch. 44, Sec 55c, MAHTs that use Community Preservation Act (CPA) funds for all allowable CPA community housing uses have been in a quandary. Some may not even realize it.

Ch. 40B workshop for municipal officials & board members

NORTHAMPTON --- MHP and the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission (PVPC) invite local officials and board members to a workshop on Chapter 40B, the Comprehensive Permit law. The workshop will be held on Monday, Sept. 19 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at the Northampton Senior Center.

Westford turns old sand pit into new housing

WESTFORD --- A story with roots stretching back to 2001 when MHP’s Rita Farrell traveled to Westford to learn about the town’s plans to turn a sand pit into housing reached another milestone earlier this summer when local leaders gathered to celebrate the completion of Stony Brook, Phase II.

Historic site now home for Revere seniors

REVERE --- An historic downtown corner that was once a popular rest point for stagecoaches and featured a post office run by Horatio Alger's father has been transformed from an abandoned property into new homes for seniors.

Allston-Brighton CDC helps buyers in red-hot Boston market

BOSTON --- MHP's ONE Mortgage Program is concluding its celebration of its partners and National Homeownership Month by recognizing the Allston-Brighton Community Development Corporation for all it does to help low- and moderate-income first-time buyers purchase a home in the red-hot Boston real estate market.