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The City of Boston has made $5 million available to aid residents at risk of eviction, with up to $4...

Landlords who sign the pledge will commit to working with tenants to avoid evictions for unpaid rent...

The new ordinance will require constables to provide information on eviction help.

Massachusetts statewide eviction moratorium is slated to end October 17

The program helps older Bostonians in replacing faulty heating systems to prepare for cold weather.

The mixed-income, transit-oriented, and eco-friendly development is near Forest Hills T Station.

New transit-oriented development will offer 46 units of affordable family housing, underground...

Funding promotes the Mayor's Carbon Neutral 2050 goals and supports Boston's homeless and/or aging...

Community Preservation Act and Department of Neighborhood Development funding will help kickstart...

A long-vacant lot on Geneva Avenue has been transformed into a beautiful community gathering space.

Building on his commitment to creating and maintaining affordable housing in the City of Boston...

Un total de $8 millones ayudará a prevenir el desalojo de residentes que han perdido ingresos debido...

A total of $8 million will help prevent displacement of residents who have lost income due to the...

We have information about housing resources in the City of Boston amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Recipients will have to demonstrate financial need, such as loss of income.

Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced a comprehensive plan for individuals experiencing homelessness...

Creating more access to homeownership opportunities is one of the goals of Mayor Walsh’s...

According to an analysis of Boston rental data from 2018 to 2019, rental prices increased an average...

Citywide, foreclosures were reduced from 103 to 40, a 61-percent reduction.

The permits reflect a shift to increase affordable units in Boston's neighborhoods.

Following months of collaboration with the Boston City Council, Mayor Martin J. Walsh today signed a...

Mayor Martin J. Walsh signaled his formal support of a proposal to implement a transfer fee up to 2...

The funds are a first step in the new action plan Rising to the Challenge, which aims to prevent and...

The housing is for formerly homeless individuals supported by Boston's Way Home Fund.

The former Barton Rogers School will provide 74 income-restricted rental units for seniors, along...

The urban farm was made possible thanks to land made available by Boston's Department of...

$4.3 million in funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to further...

54 units of supportive, affordable housing with green efficiencies, and on-site services to be built

i-Lab Team explores, experiments, and evaluates solutions to accelerate innovation in the housing...

$30 million targets new green zero emission affordable housing for low income Bostonians and those...