Massachusetts Homebuyer Resources
Boston Metro Area Resources
The Boston Home Center is the City’s one-stop shop for homebuyers and homeowners. They have plenty of resources, whether you're hoping to buy a home or already own one.
ACDC provides financial literacy workshops covering topics such as budgeting, maximizing savings, credit building.
NOAH provides free education and counseling to individuals in order to improve their financial capability in both English and Spanish. They offer eight-hour workshops that include information on establishing financial goals, budget management, credit, banking, insurance, taxes and retirement planning. Course graduates also receive two hours of free group counseling or are able to meet one-on-one with a counselor.
The Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA) implements the City's Inclusionary Development Policy (IDP) to preserve access to affordable housing opportunities in all of Boston's neighborhoods. They assist the developers/agents who process affordable housing lottery applications to ensure any available units are filled with eligible residents.
Working to increase housing affordability, by testing innovative housing models and accelerating the pace of innovation in the housing sector.
Home Modification Loan Program is a statewide program funded by the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission to help elders and people with disabilities increase the accessibility of their residences through no interest loans. The program offers loans from $1,000 to $50,000 to individuals and families for modifications related to a disability. Typical modifications include installation of ramps and lifts, widening of doorways, and alteration of kitchens and bathrooms. 0% interest loans do not have to be repaid until the home is sold or transferred.
The Massachusetts Housing Partnership (MHP) works with communities to create innovative policy and financing solutions that provide affordable homes and better lives for the people of Massachusetts.
An independent, quasi-public agency created in 1966 and charged with providing financing for affordable housing in Massachusetts.
Metro Housing|Boston mobilizes wide-ranging resources to provide innovative and personalized services that lead families and individuals to housing stability, economic security, and an improved quality of life.
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