The Massachusetts Educational Financing Authority (MEFA) helps undergraduates and graduate students afford higher education, typically tuition.
Free Money to Avoid Eviction: RAFT 2016 Fiscal Year-End Report is an article that was published in the Masslandlords 2017 March Newsletter.
First Published May 30th, 2016 |
Updated February 4th, 2021
Posted in - financials, News
Financial software and online banking can simplify interest payments and recordkeeping for multi-unit landlords, especially owners with more than 30 units.
Do you manage more than 30 rental units? When the number of units under management starts flirting with 30, 40, 50 or more it greatly complicates things
The MassLandlords strategy is to have a public policy advocate, but that doesn't stop any one of us from seeing if something can be done about Rent Escrow.
According to what Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey said on Boston Public Radio, the fastest growing form of identity theft is stealing tax refunds.
Lost is the unpopular idea that not every renter can live in the neighborhood of their choice. But maybe they can. Maybe there is more choice than they say.
Boston Landlords Startled to See 8 to 11% Tax Increases. As reported by the Boston Globe, Boston's commissioner of assessing increased property values for two-families by 17%, and for three-families by 20%.
Lease-to-Own is a possible win-win. In this article, Jack Guttentag describes the weaknesses that drive sellers and buyers together under lease-to-own.
First Published January 15th, 2016 |
Updated January 17th, 2022
Posted in - advice, financials
The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) pays fuel costs or rent (if heat is included) for tenants with low incomes.