We finance projects that create or preserve affordable housing, promote jobs and education, support human and social service organizations, and assist with community revitalization.
We also work with community-based organizations, private developers, local and national nonprofit organizations, public and nonprofit funding sources, and governmental agencies.
We have special expertise in financing community development projects that use Low Income Housing Tax Credits, New Markets Tax Credits, rental subsidies, and other governmental programs.
Our lending experts have developed products to help low- and moderate-income families to attain their dream of homeownership with competitively priced, innovative mortgage products and flexible underwriting terms and reduced costs. Whether you're a first-time buyer or a refinancer, you'll benefit from our personalized client service to guide you through the complexities of home buying.
Learn more about our Community Homeowner Programs in our Residential Lending offering.
As a community development lender, we work with a variety of private, community, nonprofit, and governmental organizations. We are proud to finance projects that:
- Create or preserve affordable housing, promote jobs and education
- Support human and social service organizations
- Encourage neighborhood revitalization across our communities
Learn more about our Community Development Program lending within our Commercial Real Estate offering.
Boston Private is an active business lender, offering competitive rates on a wide variety of loans, including fixed asset, working capital and other business needs. We focus on companies that create or retain employment opportunities for low- and moderate-income individuals, or participate in governmentally sponsored programs.
- Business Loan Express Program (expedited service for loans up to $350,000)
- SBA-designated Preferred Lender, offering many U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) products
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