Housing Program - Resources
Massachusetts Housing Resources
Preparation is key to success! SSEF's Housing Committee Chair, Janet Wheeler, has compiled this overview of important factors to understand before embarking on the home ownership adventure. Contact us if you'd like to meet with an SSEF Housing Mentor.
Project Genesis Home Buyer Training is a comprehensive series of training seminars for first time home buyers. It consists of 10 hours of instruction over four evening sessions.
This agency offers answers to a wide range of questions about all types of housing problems. Tenants, landlords, prospective buyers, and homeowers can access information designed to maximize housing stability, strengthen investments, and minimize disputes.
This agency provides the member communities of Acton, Bedford, Burlington, Concord, Lexington, Sudbury, Wayland and Weston with affordable housing support and information.
This agency offers listings of available affordable properties throughout Eastern Massachusetts. Offerings include rental projects. The homes are generally for sale in the $150,000 to $200,000 range. Many are sold in conjunction with State sponsored affordable housing programs and may have income and asset limitations. MCO can also aid in your search for quality affordable homes through traditional realty services. We suggest you become a Member by joining our the MCO Email List as you will then receive updates of new offerings as they become available.
This website is the largest rental-listing service for the Section 8 housing market. We service families, landlords and public-housing agencies across the United States. Hundreds of thousands of tenants and landlords nationwide benefit from our programs. The company's core mission is to help Americans living in poverty. We provide free information about current housing options under HUD's Section 8 Housing Voucher (Section 8) Program in every market in the country.
This agency encourages the production and preservation of housing that is affordable to low and moderate income families and individuals and fosters diverse and sustainable communities through planning and community development. CHAPA runs programs that connect people with affordable rental and homeownership opportunities, including the Massachusetts Accessible Housing Registry (MassAccess); the Massachusetts Homeownership Collaborative; and Chapter 40B Monitoring.
This agency provides affordable housing options, financial assistance, and other support to Massachusetts communities. We oversee different types of assistance and funding for consumers, businesses, and non-profit partners.
helps people to find affordable rental and homeownership opportunities in Massachusetts. A key feature of the Registry is to highlight homes for people with disabilities who need accessible or barrier-free housing
This website is a national resource that provides info on every income based housing project in the U.S. If you’re searching for a low income apartment, HUD housing, a Section 8 apartment, subsidized housing or income based housing, just enter your location in the apartment search box to find available apartments near you.
Boston Magazine's overview of 125 Massachusetts towns: school ranking, housing statistics, transit information and housing resources.
Housing Resources by Town or City
The following list provides direct links to affordable housing resources associated with each town or city. There you will find information about the number of affordable housing units available, policies associated with applying for housing, listings of available properties, and other housing initiatives and resources offered by each town or city.