COVID Rent and Mortgage assistance in MA

Here are some links to get you where you need to go online.

Hello, it’s a beautiful day to talk about real estate.

I wanted to touch base with you today because
there is so much confusion about where to go for
rent and mortgage assistance. I wanted to put the
links in one place for you so that you can get a
little bit closer.

If you’re having trouble paying your rent due to
covid-19, or you’re having trouble paying your
mortgage because of it, there are some different
programs that are out there to help you and
I’m going to include some links.

They’re Massachusetts links. If you’re from Rhode
Island and you need help give us a call and we’ll
see what we can find for you as well.

There is help out there and we want to put
it front and center for you, so that’s what we’re
going to do today.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact
us. And always…

Make it a beautiful day.

Take care,

Karen McLinden

Foreclosure Extended through 6-20-21

Massachusetts COVID Rent and Mortgage Assistance

COVID Information for Landlords in Massachusetts

First-time home buyers to withdraw funds tax-free from their retirement accounts to use toward a down payment on their home.

Attention Buyers! You can withdraw funds from your retirement funds tax-free if you use it toward a down payment on a home.

The article is below with details.

National Association of Realtors – Pandemic Savings Act – (opens in new window)

Realtor Magazine – Pandemic Savings Act – (opens in new window)

Wowsy-wow right!

Contact us if you want to get out there and start looking for a home.

Massachusetts COVID-19 Rent and Mortgage Assistance, effective July 1st, 2020

If you live in Massachusetts, and need help making your rent or mortgage payments due to COVID-19, click on the link below to see if you are eligible for assistance.

Link to Massachusetts COVID-19 Rent and Mortgage Assistance

For additional information below is a link to Housing Consumer Education Centers

They offer answers to a wide range of questions about all types of housing problems. Tenants, landlords, prospective buyers, and homeowners can access information designed to maximize housing stability, strengthen investments, and minimize disputes.

Link to Massachusetts Housing and Consumer Education Centers