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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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Register now for MHP's fall workshops

BOSTON -- MHP is pleased to offer three trainings this fall -- income determination and eligibility, Annual Affordable Housing Trust Conference and a 40B training for local officials.

Barnett gets Housing Hero Award

DEVENS --- MHP has recognized Elizabeth DeMille Barnett with a 2018 Housing Hero Award for her 11 years of achievement as housing coordinator for the Town of Carlisle.

FY18 review: MHP supports crucial affordable housing in Hub neighborhoods

BOSTON --- MHP used its private bank financing and other capital resources in Fiscal Year 2018 to preserve long-established affordable housing in some of Boston’s priciest neighborhoods while also making long-term permanent loans to support the city’s efforts to add affordable housing on vacant or underutilized properties.

A ONE minute video on the benefits of ONE Mortgage

At a recent Boston Home Center event, Mark D. Roberts, aka Mr. Real Estate, was nice enough to shoot some video of MHP's Jake Interrante on why ONE Mortgage is the best and most affordable mortgage program for first-time buyers. Check out this ONE minute video.

ONE Mortgage adds 5 new lenders

BOSTON --- In its ongoing effort to provide more opportunity for low- and moderate-income first-time home buyers, MHP’s ONE Mortgage Program has added five new lenders, raising its total of participating lenders to 42 across the Commonwealth.

What's New at MHP

So just how many homes did Waltham allow while gaining 11,000 jobs?

Permits By Structure

Recently, the Globe's Tim Logan wrote about how Waltham added 11,000 jobs but just a few hundred homes. The lack of specificity was no accident. Finding out how many units have been permitted is a challenge for reporters and policy makers. In using various data sets to figure how many new homes Waltham permitted, MHP's Tom Hopper shows that answering this basic question isn't that simple.

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