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With the COVID-19 pandemic evolving every day, and with the intention to assist buyers, sellers, homeowners and renters directly affected by the COVID-19, I put together this page with legit resources to help those in need to navigate the coronavirus crisis that is affecting all of us. If you lost your job, can't pay rent or mortgage or is unable to work check links below. Stay home and stay safe!
Realtors are respecting the MA Estate mandate and not conducting open houses. However, buyers can still request to see a house keeping in mind the guidance from the CDC.
If you're concerned about how to pay your mortgage or rent due to the coronavirus national emergency, read on for information on what to do now, and what your options are for mortgage and rent payment relief.
Congress has passed three relief packages to respond to COVID-19. Bank regulators have also adopted many new policies in light of needs resulting from the COVID-19 crisis. See below for those provisions and actions that are designed to address homebuying, homeowner/landlord, and personal finance issues.
Tax Day now July 15: Treasury, IRS extend filing deadline and federal tax payments regardless of amount owed.
Massachusetts COVID-19 unemployment information. Stay informed on the latest related to Department of Unemployment Assistance (DUA) and COVID-19.
On March 27, the Federal Government enacted the “Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act” or the “CARES Act” which extends unemployment insurance benefits to individuals who are self-employed, independent contractors, or would otherwise not qualify for regular unemployment benefits. However, the state is waiting to receive guidance from the Federal Government before accepting applications for benefits under the program. In the meantime, the Governor has requested that individuals who would qualify for unemployment benefits under this new program wait to apply until after the state has received this guidance in order to streamline the process.
What you need to know about the Coronavirus. Key resources, internal messages, and frequent updates related to COVID-19.
Key resources, internal messages, and frequent updates for the Johns Hopkins University community.
In an effort to ensure all of Boston's communities get timely and accurate information about COVID-19, Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced the texting service Alert Boston is now. It's available in Spanish, Haitan Creole, French, Cabo Verdean Creole, Portuguese, and Arabic in addition to English. Residents can text BOSCOVID to 99411 to opt-in to alerts in English and the following keywords to opt-in to alerts in another languages below:
City of Boston is dedicating $3 million in City funds to help Boston residents at risk of losing their rental housing due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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