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This site by the BBB will help you with the necessary research if you are in the process of working with a business you are not familiar with or have suspisions of imporper practices for.
If you are a developer or just an interested citizen, this fact sheet gives you detailed information on the chapter 40B process and the zoning laws and possible subsidies involved.
This site by the MA government helps the consumer find information on all 351 cities and towns across all Massachusetts including their official websites. This site is new as of October 2011.
Information on buying or building a home, resources for renter, help for businesses, home improvements plus special help for senior homeowners. This Brochure is published by the City of Boston, Mayor Menino and the Department of Neighborhood Development's.
The federal trade commission created this guide for the consumer to understand debt collection and what your rights are, when a debt collector is making false statements and what you can do about this.
Everyone should check their credit annually. It is best to always be informed about your credit status, in order to avoid financial trouble as well as possible credit fraud. To get your annual free credit report follow this link.
Going to this section of the IRS website helps you find items of current interest — new programs, recent guidance, or timely reminders. Or jump to the latest news about IRS forms.
Private homeowners donate unwanted but structurally sound dwellings, which are then relocated, rehabilitated and rented at an affordable rent through the Nantucket Housing offices, to find out more about this program check this site.
The NHNC Program allows a property owner having more than one residential dwelling on a lot to sell one of these dwellings (at an affordable price), as long as the dwelling has the Nantucket Housing Needs Covenant. This Covenant, among other things, subjects the home to a sales price formula and a residency/occupancy requirement.
On March 16, 2011, a new Massachusetts Homestead law went into effect. It completely revised and modernized Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 188, sections 1-10. Here are some of the important highlights:
This page describes the relocation process under Massachusetts General Laws, to eligible homeowner occupants who are displaced from their homes(collectively Displaced) as a result of a real estate acquisition by a state, local or private entity using public funds for a project. new link October 2011.