Mayor Martin Walsh and MAHA leaders celebrating $3.8 million in CPA funds for affordable homeownership.


900 people gathered at an event organized by Greater Boston Interfaith Organization (GBIO) ally, Massachusetts Affordable Housing Alliance (MAHA) on July 18th to celebrate the award of $3.8 million in Community Preservation Act funds to assist low-to-moderate income first-time homebuyers through the ONE+Boston mortgage program. The program, created by MAHA, GBIO and the City of Boston, will assist homebuyers through a combination of lower interest rates and enhanced down-payment assistance. Mayor Martin Walsh announced the award and recognized the program as “an investment in Boston's future that strengthens homeownership and gives residents a chance to buy a home in the neighborhoods they love.”