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Avoiding Foreclosure

 

Housing Information

Responding to the foreclosure situation in Massachusetts includes helping people find homes they can afford. The organizations on the following list are all based in Boston and offer information about affordable homeownership that may be useful for people facing foreclosure. (For a complete list of town-by-town contact information for organizations throughout Massachusetts, visit www.Mass.gov/foreclosure and click on the document titled “Information about Foreclosure Assistance by Town.”)

Action for Boston Community Development 617-357-6202 www.bostonabcd.org
Allston-Brighton Community Development Corporation 617-787-3874 www.allstonbrightoncdc.org
Asian American Civic Association 617-426-9492 www.aaca-boston.org
Asian Community Development Corp. 617-482-2380 www.asiancdc.org
City Life/Vida Urbana 617-524-3541 www.clvu.org
Codman Square NDC 617-825-4224 www.csndc.com
International Institute of Boston 617-695-9990 www.iiboston.org
Jamaica Plain NDC 617-522-2424 www.jpndc.org
Madison Park DC 617-541-3900 www.madison-park.org
Massachusetts Affordable Housing Alliance 617-265-8995 www.mahahome.org and
www.massaffordablehomes.org
Massachussetts Housing Partnership 617-330-9955
877-MHP-FUND
(toll free)
www.mhp.org
Mattapan CDC 617-296-2000 www.mattapancdc.org
Metropolitan Boston Housing Partnership 617-859-0400 www.mbhp.org
Veterans Benefits Clearinghouse 617-427-5786
Viet AID 617-822-3717 www.vietaid.org