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In the news: Natasha Z. Boye

6/16/2017, 6 a.m.
Natasha Z. Boye has been promoted to MassHousing’s HomeOwnership Business Development team where she is a Relationship Manager working with ...
Natasha Z. Boye Courtesy of Natasha Z. Boye

Natasha Z. Boye has been promoted to MassHousing’s HomeOwnership Business Development team where she is a relationship manager working with the agency’s business partners to foster homebuying opportunities for Massachusetts residents. In her new position, Boye, of Boston, will be working with lending partners who originate MassHousing home mortgage loans, nonprofit agencies that provide homebuyer education and other consumer services, and realtor associations, in Boston and on the North Shore.

“Natasha brings experience, energy and enthusiasm to our mission of providing quality, affordable home mortgage products to lower- and moderate-income residents in Massachusetts,” said MassHousing Executive Director Tim Sullivan. “Her depth of knowledge of the mortgage industry makes her uniquely qualified to develop and enhance our relationship with our lending partners.”

Prior to being promoted, Boye was a loan acquisition analyst at MassHousing since 2013. Before joining the agency, she was a training consultant for the National Community Reinvestment Coalition in Washington, D.C. from 2011 to 2014. She was a senior mortgage advisor at Mount Washington Bank in Boston from 2004 to 2011.

Boye has a master of science degree in business ethics and compliance from New England College of Business, a juris doctorate from Suffolk University Law School and a bachelor of arts degree in international business and marketing from the University of Massachusetts, Boston.

MassHousing (The Massachusetts Housing Finance Agency) is an independent, quasi-public agency created in 1966 and charged with providing financing for affordable housing in Massachusetts. The agency raises capital by selling bonds and lends the proceeds to low- and moderate-income homebuyers and homeowners, and to developers who build or preserve affordable and/or mixed-income rental housing. MassHousing does not use taxpayer dollars to sustain its operations, although it administers some publicly-funded programs on behalf of the Commonwealth. Since its inception, MassHousing has provided more than $20 billion for affordable housing.