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Ready Renter program lets their fingers do the walking to find your next affordable rental.

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METROWEST Affordable Housing Staff have an innovative program going on. Its called Ready Renter.   They will TAKE you in and spend an hour on your personal rental search just for You.  You can use Section 8 or no. Call them at 617-923-3505 ext. 8. but if I were you,  I would CLICK HERE to download their application, and have it handy when you call. That way you are far ahead.

METROWEST is a  housing assistance organization placing people in affordable properties in the towns of  Hudson, Bolton, Littleton, Stow, Concord, Sudbury, Lincoln, Framingham, Natick, Weston, Wayland, Wellesley, Needham, Newton, Waltham, Lexington, Bedford, Watertown, Belmont and Brookline.

MetroWest Housing Service coverage area
The towns covered by MetroWest Housing Services

FOUR More AFFORDABLE RENTALS came out since the least lead sheet was loaded onto our screens. See list below, click the Lottery Info Links to pull up papers.  .

Rental

1060 Belmont Street

Watertown

02420

Until Deadline

 

Application

Lottery Info

October 6, 2017

5:00 PM

Rental

11 on the Dot

11 Dorchester Street

South Boston

02127

September 25, 2017 –

October 4, 2017

 

Lottery Info

October 11, 2017

5:00 PM

Rental

450 Cambridge Street

Allston

02134

September 25, 2017 –

October 4, 2017

 

Lottery Info

October 11, 2017

5:00 PM

Rental

Keeler Farms

Lexington

02420

Until Deadline

 

Application

Lottery Info

October 13, 2017

5:00 PM

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Apartments that are family affordable to rent.

Apartments should be affordable to rent. Down south, they are.

Government housing policy sets the price for how  much a studio or 1-4BR apartment will rent for in Massachusetts and to whom, when the unit has been designated as an affordable rental or place to buy.

How come Boston’s  Black-owned newspaper is not a preferred source for real estate brokers to advertise market rate property when the hottest real estate sales action is in  Roxbury?

Why does the  Boston Globe newspaper ” Homes For Sale” advertisement section show  properties on sale in Black populated neighborhoods but the Black-owned Bay State Banner newspaper does not get these ad orders.

How come  the market acts that way?

For affordable property  renters and buyers, the Black-owned newspaper has listings the Boston Globe and the Boston Herald mass market papers do not have.

Let’s take a look at some.

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