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Most housing in Massachusetts is rented or sold through the private real estate market.
However, there are numerous agencies and organizations that provide lower cost, subsidized housing for those who cannot afford market rate rents or home prices.
State funded "mobile" vouchers can be used anywhere in Massachusetts, but "project-based" vouchers are only available in specific apartments.
Massachusetts Alternative Housing Voucher Program The Alternative Housing Voucher Program (AHVP) provides rental assistance to people with disabilities under the age 60, who either live in, or are eligible to live in elderly/disabled state assisted public housing.
Locate a Service Provider Listing There are approximately 90,000 units of state and federally assisted public housing in Massachusetts.
There is a very small amount of public housing available to single persons.
Recipients receive their benefits through local housing authorities (LHAs) or regional housing agencies.
There are approximately 72,000 people receiving Section 8 rental assistance in Massachusetts.
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Please visit the website at Mass Housing Mass Housing is a quasi public state agency that provides below market-rate mortgage financing for first time home buyers, and other products (such as lead paint abatement and home improvement loans) for homeowners with moderate incomes.