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Last updated: 7/18/18

Boston Home Center

The Boston Home Center is the City’s one-stop shop for homebuyers and homeowners.

The Boston Home Center helps Boston residents purchase, improve, and keep their homes.  We offer training, financial help and counseling to first-time homebuyers, guidance and funding for homeowners for home improvements, and counseling to help families avoid foreclosure.  The Home Center also markets homes developed for income-eligible, first-time homebuyers.

Learn more about our classes

Contact information

The Boston Home Center is located at:

26 Court Street, 9th floor
Boston, MA 02108
Phone: 617-635-4663
Office hours: Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

We hold classes around the City of Boston. Find out more about our classes.

The Spring EXPO

Thank you to everyone who made the Boston Home Center's 2018 Spring EXPO such a success!

More than 190 people attended the four-hour event at English High School in Jamaica Plain on May 12.

In addition to eight workshops about buying or owning a home, the EXPO showcased 41 vendors — including participating lenders, local realtors, non-profit agencies, and city departments — who offered information about resources and programs available to homebuyers and homeowners in the City of Boston.

Boston Home Center 2018 Spring EXPO

Upcoming Home Lotteries

Neighborhood Homes Initiative

We're building new single- and two-family houses for people earning moderate- or middle-income wages. These great homes will be available through lotteries. Learn more and download an application on our Neighborhood Homes Initiative page.

Current Homes Available

Coppersmith

Neighborhood Homes Initiative logo

Download the Application

(The application covers the entire lottery program. Individual properties do not have separate applications.)

Meet the people we help

Each year, the Boston Home Center helps hundreds of people buy, fix, and keep their homes. We'd like you to meet just a few of them.

Homebuyers helped

Re-sale process

Learn how to sell or buy an affordable deed-restricted home.

Re-sale process

List your affordable deed-restricted home on the Metrolist.

Metrolist listing form