Managing Director
Jonathan Rose Companies

Kelly Boyer, President, Rose Community Capital (RCC). Kelly joined RCC in May, 2017 as an Originator and established the Rose California office. In her current role she manages a team of originators, underwriters and servicers that grow and service a book of multifamily real estate assets. Prior to joining RCC, Kelly created the FHA Multifamily loan product for Citibank, N.A. Community Capital and served as their FHA Chief Underwriter. Kelly is an affordable housing and Section 8 expert and has held many positions in the housing sector over the past 20 years. She is particularly proud of the work she did while serving as the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Hub Director for the LA office from July 2009-2012. While at HUD, Kelly was responsible for management of HUD’s Multifamily Housing Department with more than 1,500 properties, $4 billion in commitments and 150,000 units of affordable and market rate rental housing in the 2nd largest Hub in the country.

Kelly has always focused upon local, state and federal agency collaboration and facilitated the creation of several new programs for the benefit of low- to moderate-income families. Notably, the LA Hub pioneered HUD’s Heavy 223(f)/mod rehab program; developed and marketed trust fund model to facilitate FHA Section 236 and 202 refinances; developed and distributed GET Green Toolkit to encourage green retrofits of existing portfolio and created Green Energy Savings Program. Kelly served as an Inaugural member of FHA’s National Loan Committee and served as a member of the FHA Commissioner’s Risk Mitigation team. Prior to joining HUD, Kelly worked for Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing (OCCH) where she started her career as an Asset Manager and eventually become In-House Counsel.

Speaking at the Following:

Feb 21

Wednesday, February 21, 2024

Financing Tools to Make Affordable Deals Pencil

10:00am – 11:15am
Hilton Austin, Governor's Salon E, Floor 4

Affordable deals were difficult enough to pencil but have become increasingly challenging as costs escalate and public dollars dwindle. This panel will bring together different perspectives to share other tools and strategies to get more affordable housing built.