Preserve/Refinance Multifamily Housing

Financing for existing multifamily developments using both taxable and tax-exempt executions. Available to profit motivated, non-profit motivated and public owners of affordable and mixed-income rental developments.

Non-Substantial Rehab

For properties with minimal to moderate rehabilitation using both taxable and tax-exempt financing primarily through the HUD/HFA Risk Share Financing program.

This option allows for rehabilitation of up to $40,500/unit and not more than one full building system.

View the Non-Substantial Rehabilitation term sheet.

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Substantial Rehabilitation

For properties with rehabilitation costs greater than 15% of value or the $40,500 per unit limitation defined in the Treasury/FFB option.

MassHousing can provide a construction and permanent loan, construction only loan or permanent only loan.

View the Substantial Rehabilitation term sheet.

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Conduit Bond Program

A simplified and streamlined alternative for borrowers who choose to provide their own credit enhancement.

For more information, please contact our Rental Lending Staff.

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MAP/GinnieMae Refinance/Acquisition 223(f)

MassHousing provides non-recourse, assumable financing for the purchase or refinance of existing multifamily developments which are at least three years old under the §223(f) Program. The program is available to profit motivated, non-profit motivated and public owners of affordable and mixed-income rental developments. Learn more about our MAP/GinnieMae 223(f) program.

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MAP/GinnieMae 223(f) Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program

MassHousing provides non-recourse, assumable financing for multifamily developments with 4% or 9% Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC). Learn more about our MAP/GinnieMae 223(f) LIHTC pilot program

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Additional financing options

As an independent lending authority, MassHousing sets its underwriting standards and can offer financing for a variety of projects, including projects using 40B, so long as a minimum of 20% of units are rent restricted and occupied by those earning 80% of area median income. For additional lending terms and conditions, please see the Mixed-Income Financing Programs (40B) term sheet.

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Rental Business Portal

MassHousing's multifamily partners can access program information, forms & documents as well as other resources, and can log in to submit reports, view loan information and more.