Use caution when utilizing “work for rent credit” arrangements
Letter from the MassLandlords.net Executive Director for December 2020.
The City of Worcester lodging house ordinance may be vulnerable to legal challenge, especially as households merge to weather COVID-19 economic fallout.
Bedbugs are making a comeback in the United States. Here’s how to spot and treat bedbugs to keep your property infestation-free
Tax credits, which could take years or decades to pay out, are the latest proposal for stabilizing housing after the State of Emergency
The recent rescission of the AFFH rule, implemented by President Obama in 2015, may reverse progress on housing segregation and equal access to opportunity.
Many districts are asking citizens: Should Legislative committee voting results be made public?
Eviction isn’t always the most optimal way to vacate your rentals. Depending on specifics, you might consider alternatives to eviction.
Letter from the MassLandlords.net Executive Director for November 2020.
Even if it may seem legal to send a notice to quit for nonpayment after October 17, think carefully about the criminal penalties and consult with an attorney before doing so.