Our work at the Mayor's Office of Housing
The Mayor's Office of Housing (MOH) is responsible for: housing the homeless, developing affordable housing, and managing the City’s real estate. We also work to ensure that renters and homeowners can find, maintain, and stay in their homes. The department develops and implements the City's housing creation and homelessness prevention plans. The department also collaborates with local and national partners to find new solutions and build more affordable housing for all, particularly those with lower income.
The Seniors Save program helps seniors replace failing heating systems to ensure they are ready for winter.
ONE+Boston offers the lowest fixed interest rates available for a 30-year mortgage. It also provides access to downpayment and closing-cost assistance.
Additional Dwelling Unit Program
The Additional Dwelling Unit (ADU) Program allows owner occupants in the City of Boston to carve out a new space within their homes.
Clinics and Workshops
The Mayor's Office of Housing hosts both in-person and virtual workshops for renters, landlords, homeowners, and homebuyers.
City of Boston Affordable Housing Project Map
This nteractive map shows city building projects throughout Boston.