We are pleased to share with you the stories of some of the people, places and achievements that made our 2018 fiscal year a success . We provided more than $1.2 billion in financing for home mortgages and rental housing, in FY'18, bringing our cumulative financing across the Commonwealth since making our first loan in 1970 to nearly $23 billion.

Some of the borrowers, partners and developments featured in our 2018 Annual Report are presented below. And, you can view the full 2018 Annual Report here !
FY2018 Highlights
HomeOwnership
Latisha Steele
Boston Public Schools Police Officer and longtime renter Latisha Steele used an affordable MassHousing Mortgage with Down Payment Assistance to buy her first home, at the MassHousing-financed Olmsted Green in Boston's Mattapan neighborhood.

Jordan Banach
Marine Corps Reservist Jordan Banach used an Operation Welcome Home loan from MassHousing to purchase his first home, a condominium in Salem.

Rental Housing
Jennifer Alleyne
Jennifer Alleyne, a resident of the MassHousing-financed Bay Meadow Apartments in Springfield, loves living in the community but is starting to work toward homeownership.

Burbank Gardens
MassHousing financing is ensuring that affordability remains in place at Burbank Apartments in Boston's Fenway neighborhood. The original mortgage was set to expire, and vulnerable residents at Burbank were at risk of being displaced.

Gateway North
The first development to receive financing through MassHousing's Workforce Housing Fund, Gateway North in Lynn is now open and serving people working in government, nonprofit and healthcare sectors.

Holmes Beverly
Located on a once vacant parcel of land adjacent to a commuter rail station, the new Holmes Beverly is offering quality, mixed-income housing on the North Shore.

Van Brodie Mill
An abandoned mill building that once manufactured everything from wool and flannel to breakfast cereal and military rations is now being converted into a 102-unit affordable rental community.

Planning & Programs
Planning for Housing Production
MassHousing's $2 million Planning for Housing Production Program helps cities and towns plan for and implement their housing production goals and deliver new mixed-income housing.

Community Services
Older Adults in Community
MassHousing’s 2018 Community Services Conference brought together 400 professionals from housing, social services, public health, academia and elder affairs for a day-long series of talks, workshops and conversations about how to better serve the growing population of older adults in Massachusetts. Older Adults in Community was held in June 2018 in partnership with the Massachusetts Executive Office of Elder Affairs.

Diversity & Inclusion
Click the image above to view a summary of Diversity & Inclusion highlights from MassHousing's 2018 fiscal year!
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Recognizing Leading Partners
MassHousing recently recognized several partner organizations and individuals for their roles in supporting the Agency's programs in FY2018.

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