Our Letter from the Executive Director for March 2024 ends our rental assistance lawsuit, starts new projects for events and notices to quit, and recaps some successful events.
Heat pumps and car chargers in your rentals might require a service upgrade to 200 or 400 amps. Be sure to plan well in advance.
Sage Jankowitz, who grew up in and now conducts real estate sales in Cambridge, will head up a new MassLandlords chapter.
Landlords with LLCs in Massachusetts will need to register any beneficial owners by name under this rule designed to halt money laundering.
Congress must reauthorize the NFIP to avoid lapses in flood insurance sales and renewals.
The Lowell City Council rejected an ADU-by-right ordinance last October following an overheated, disingenuous opposition campaign by a vocal group of residents.
Our Letter from the Executive Director for February 2024 covers eviction delays, public records delays and association delays.
A comprehensive overview of rent control’s origins and evolution in Massachusetts.
The 2024 Fair Housing and Civil Rights Conference covers housing first, homelessness, fair housing and more. Hundreds of attendees from around the country are expected.
Our 19 pages of testimony focuses on Housing Court being already overworked and underfunded, and on the complexity involved in sealing eviction records.