Kelly Boyer to head Rose Community Capital

Kelly Boyer to head Rose Community Capital

Published at: 2018-12-05 16:43 | Author: CIJ USA
Jonathan Rose Companies has promoted affordable housing finance veteran Kelly Boyer to president of Rose Community Capital (RCC). She was formerly the west coast director of RCC. In her new role, Boyer will lead the RCC team in the origination, coordination, underwriting, processing and closing of company and third-party loans involving the US Department of Housing and Urban Development's Federal Housing Administration mortgage insurance program. Prior to joining Jonathan Rose, Boyer was formerly HUD FHA/MAP director and FHA chief underwriter for Citibank N.A./Citi Community Capital and was previously the US Department of Housing and Development (HUD) Los Angeles Multifamily Hub director.

“Kelly Boyer has done a tremendous job since joining Jonathan Rose Companies two years ago to help direct the firm’s expanded business lines as the company grows its mission to develop communities of opportunity for all,” said Michael Arman, CFO at Jonathan Rose Companies. “Her expertise is highly respected and widely recognized throughout the industry, and we are confident that she is the right choice to lead Rose Community Capital as we grow the business.”

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