Language barriers, a confusing application process and conflicting information led to trouble for one Fitchburg resident in arrears.
From the seat of a bike, traveling about 13 miles per hour, the unsustainable picture of housing in America unfolds slowly and clearly.
Proposed tenant right of first refusal bills allow for tenant demolition, lobbyist purchases, and landlord despair as we are left holding the bag. Hearing October 12, 2021.
Mrs. Murphy, the hypothetical widowed landlord whose owner-occupied property is exempt from aspects of the Fair Housing Act, is better left un-evoked.
With a recent swath of zoning and legislative changes in Massachusetts and other states, could once-popular ADUs make a comeback in America?
The letter from the Executive Director for October 2021 discusses our dues increase, climate change and real estate, and the rental assistance timeout mystery.
Federal and state laws on housing make a person’s sex and gender protected classes.
MassLandlords certification is the best way Bay State landlords can demonstrate their professional landlording credentials to both tenants and the community at large.
The CDC nationwide eviction moratorium was vacated by the Supreme Court on August 31, marking its official, and likely final, end.
IPCC has “high confidence” coastal real estate to flood more. First Street Foundation, Realtor.com flood maps agree with IPCC, show extreme risk, disagree with FEMA.