Roxbury – July 18, 2019 - Over 1,000 first-time homebuyers and friends packed the Reggie Lewis Center in Roxbury on Thursday evening for an exciting announcement of a new affordable mortgage program for Boston residents and continue MAHA's Expand the Pie campaign for more resources for affordable housing.
Last year we came together to expand the pie and win more resources for affordable homeownership. Come hear about our victories including a $3.8 million award from Boston's CPA fund to help first time homebuyers buy a home in Boston. We're coming together to fight for more homeownership resources. 6pm for info tables with resources for homeowners and homebuyers and 6:30 program with elected officials at the Reggie Lewis Center (1350 Tremont St). Sign up now!
Dorchester, MA – Navigating the process of buying a home in the Boston real estate market can be daunting but the Dorchester-based Massachusetts Affordable Housing Alliance is offering to help. Graduates from MAHA’s first time home buying classes will be able to take advantage of a unique partnership. Starting in April, the non-profit MAHA will offer dedicated real estate services to qualified homebuyers and homeowners who graduated from their classes through a unique partnership with real estate agent and Hyde Park resident Alexander Jean-Baptiste.
On campuses across the nation, a combination of guidance and financial assistance has sprung up to support first-generation college students. Academic institutions - big and small as well as public and private - have recognized the importance of giving first-gen students a leg up.
VOTE! And call MAHA at 617-822-9100 for information on our "Affordable Homeownership Solutions" campaign.
Our communities are stronger when we vote. We have greater influence over elected officials when they know that if they deliver for us, we will turn out for them. They also need to know that if they ignore our needs or vote against our interests, we will remember that on Election Day.
When the room is full and everyone leaves with a pie, you know it has been a good meeting! Over 400 MAHA members and allies packed a Dorchester union hall on Tuesday night to rally for a campaign to increase resources for affordable homeownership in Boston.
"This is a fight for the heart of Boston", said MAHA member Geneva Cooper. "Will it be a place where everyone can live? MAHA launched a campaign for 1,000 more affordable homes for first-time homebuyers over the next five years and committed to finding the resources necessary to accomplish that goal.
Starting on July 10th in Mattapan, MAHA will team up with the Eta Phi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity to sponsor a class for first-time homebuyers. The class consists of four sessions starting at 6pm on the evenings of July 10, 12, 17, and 19. All sessions will be ABCD Family Service Center at 535 River Street in Mattapan.