In addition to the Mayor's Office of Housing, many organizations throughout Massachusetts are helping people find and maintain stable homes.
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The Nonprofit Holds Regular "Housing 101" Housing Search Workshops.
Helping Boston residents buy, improve, and keep their homes.
Boston Housing Authority (BHA) provides affordable housing opportunities in and around Boston to low-income residents through...
The Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA) implements Boston's Inclusionary Development Program, which creates and...
Very low-income individuals can find permanent housing, support, and a sense of community.
Citizens Housing and Planning Association (CHAPA) lists affordable homeownership opportunities in Massachusetts.
Haley House maintains units for people who are living in shelters or transitional programs.
Homestart has walk-in hours once a week for housing search help.
Housing Navigator Massachusetts, Inc. strives to create quality listings on affordable rental properties throughout...
HUD maintains a database of affordable apartments in Massachusetts.
MassAccess Housing Registry highlights rental and homeownership opportunities for people with disabilities who need...
The Homeowner University offers classes for interested homebuyers.
The state’s Department of Housing and Community and Development funds and runs this program.
MassHousing finances construction and preservation of affordable rental housing in Massachusetts and maintains a list of its...
Metro Housing Boston is Massachusetts' largest regional provider of rental housing voucher assistance.
My Mass Home lists accessible and affordable home ownership opportunities throughout Massachusetts.
Nesterly is an intergenerational homeshare service that connects empty-nesters/retirees in need of extra income with young...
New England Affordable Housing Management Association (NEAHMA) provides tenancy preservation resources and an affordable...
Housing and Urban Development and Veteran Affairs funds this federal program for veterans.
Victory Programs helps people and families who are homeless and may have substance use disorders.