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We don’t see money. We see what money can do.

Published on Wed, 01/06/2016 - 09:03

Boston Community Capital is a 30-year-old nonprofit community development financial institution (CDFI) that has invested over $1 billion to build healthy communities where low-income people live and work, creating and expanding access to affordable housing, community health resources, education and child care, sustainable energy initiatives, quality jobs and vibrant arts and culture.

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Jacqui joined BCC in January 2016 as an Intake Specialist and MLO Trainee. As Intake Specialist, Jacqui conducted client phone inquiries with homeowners seeking to save their homes from foreclosure through SUN. She helped these clients move along in the process by scheduling appointments to speak with loan officers. Jacqui is training to become a licensed Mortgage Loan Officer for the SUN Initiative and is now in the role of Closing Coordinator, helping families through the process of repurchasing on their homes. 

Deana joined Boston Community Capital and the SUN Initiative in January 2016. She is a Customer Service Liaison and is training as a Processor. Deana will also assist with inquiries as they come in, one of the first points of contact with clients, and help to schedule prequalification appointments.

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Linda joined Boson Community Capital as an underwriter in August of 2015. In this role, she reviews loan applications and works closely with clients to ensure their loans are structured appropriately and are sustainable.

Before joining Boston Community Capital, Linda worked for several mortgage lenders as far back as 1989 and went on to become an attorney. Her law degree focused on Real Estate Law. During her internship at Neighborhood Legal Services in Lawrence, MA, she provided counseling to low-income families facing foreclosure and was introduced to BCC’s SUN Initiative.

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