Justin DeAngelis joined Boston Community Capital and the SUN Initiative as a Negotiator in 2015. Justin negotiates the purchase of SUN residential properties with lenders and services, which are in turn sold back to their original occupants. He also works to resolve delinquency issues with current borrowers as a member of the Loss Mitigation team.
Connor Herlihy joined Boston Community Capital and the SUN Initiative in 2015 as a Loan Processor. As a Processor, Connor works with SUN applicants to move their application from the inquiry to underwriting stage and provides support for mortgage loan officers as they build a file for SUN applications.
Connor brings experience in lending at Houston-based First Investors Financial Services, first as a loan processor and subsequently as a senior credit analyst.
A Massachusetts native, she attended Wells College in New York and graduated in 2010 with a degree in History.
As a negotiator, Dan works with individuals who have experienced temporary financial hardship to obtain relief from foreclosure and eviction. He negotiates short sales and purchases of real estate owned (REO) properties from servicers and lenders which are then sold back to the occupant at fair market value using sustainable financing. Dan is also a member of the closing team. He has a background in real estate title work and assists in resolving outstanding issues that may impact the closing.
Gary is a licensed mortgage loan officer (NMLS # 1370029). As a loan officer, Gary assesses applications from applicants to determine if they are eligible to repurchase their homes through the SUN Initiative. Gary also works on outreach efforts for the SUN Initiative, connecting with housing counselors and homeowners to get the word out about SUN's foreclosure-relief work.
Emily Kaminsky comes to Boston Community Capital with a diverse community economic development background with a focus on small business finance, nonprofit development, and grant management. At Boston Community Capital, Emily is responsible for maintaining compliance and completing required reporting for federal awards and institutional investments.
BCC Board Chair's Letter to the Editor Published by Boston Globe
The following letter to the editor was sent to The Boston Globe by our Board Chair, Charles Clark, and published today on page A16. This letter is in response to The Globe's recent article about MA Attorney General Martha Coakley and Boston Community Capital CEO Elyse Cherry.