MCBC’s Mortgage Lending Roundtable

Roundtables are open meetings held throughout the year on a variety of topics related to mortgage and small business lending trends.  At our roundtables, you can network with those who share similar interests or responsibilities and discuss topics related to your industry. Each roundtable is facilitated by MCBC co-chairs and staff as well as attendees who volunteer to lead the discussion. These sessions are designed to encourage an informal and collegial exchange of experiences and insights. Membership in MCBC is encouraged to help sustain our efforts, but is not a requirement to attend roundtable meetings.


Elliot Schmiedl, Director of Homeownership, Massachusetts Housing Partnership


The Mortgage Lending Roundtable brings together financial institutions, housing advocates, public officials and others to work to expand home ownership opportunities for low- and moderate-income homebuyers and to sustain home ownership in low- and moderate-income neighborhoods.

The Mortgage Lending Roundtable hosts open meetings throughout the year on a variety of topics from downpayment assistance programs to mortgage lending trends in the Commonwealth. Membership in MCBC is encouraged, but not a requirement to attend.

2020 Meeting Dates 

  • JANUARY 21, 2020
  • MARCH 3, 2020 – *New Date*
  • APRIL 7, 2020
  • MAY 19, 2020
  • SEPTEMBER 22, 2020
  • NOVEMBER 10, 2020
  • DECEMBER 8, 2020

Click here to be included on the e-mail distribution list for MCBC’s Mortgage Lending Roundtable


In November 2018, MCBC released Changing Patterns XXV, an annual report on mortgage lending patterns in Massachusetts. The report includes 2017 data on lending by race and income and the comparative performance of major type of lenders. In addition,  the report provides lending trends across all Massachusetts cities and towns in a set of on-line tables. Both the report and the on-line tables are available in the Resources & Research section of this website.

Click here to view MCBC’s Mortgage Lending Publications