Breaking down barriers for first-time and first-gen homebuyers and closing the racial wealth gap!

Job Posting: Come Join Our Team!

We Are Hiring! Come join the senior management team at MAHA as Director of Homeownership Operations

MAHA is a non-profit community organization that is dedicated to increasing affordable homeownership, breaking down barriers for first-time and first-generation homebuyers, and closing the racial homeownership gap in Massachusetts.

Join MAHA on Zoom Tonight As Mayoral Candidate Andrea Campbell Answers Our Questions on Narrowing the Racial Homeownership Gap

What would Councilor Campbell do to make homeownership more affordable if she's elected Mayor of Boston? Find out this Monday, June 28th at 7:15pm. Click to Register MAHA's questions focus on support for expansion of the ONE+Boston mortgage program, increasing linkage and other resources for more affordable homeownership opportunities, and support for STASH, our matched-savings program for first generation homebuyers.. These forums are open to all. 

One Year After George Floyd Murder, MAHA's Homeownerhsip Justice Vision Offers Hope for Progress on Narrowing the Racial Homeownership Gap

May 25, 2021 - Last summer after George Floyd was murdered in Minneapolis, MAHA members, staff and board came together to draft a bold 12 point challenge to close the racial homeownership gap and called it our Homeownership Justice Vision. We formally released that plan in February 2021.

Taste of Dorchester is a hit!

Apirl 30, 2021 - Last night, MAHA held its 13th annual Taste of Dorchester and for the second consecutive year it was a lively online event. Taste of Dorchester celebrates our local restaurant community and one highlight of the event was interviews with owners Teresa Maynard of Sweet Teez Bakery and Tambo Barrow of Bred Gourmet. Staff and board members ordered takeout from Dorchester restaurants including Irie Jamaican, Bred, Blarney Stone, Family Affair, 50 Kitchen, El Barrio and more.


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