The State Organization Index provides an alphabetical listing of government organizations, including commissions, departments, and bureaus.
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Do you own or rent property in Massachusetts? Find resources for tenants and landlords, homeowners, developers, and more.
Find information about public housing, rental assistance programs, emergency housing, and other state resources to help you find safe and secure shelter.
Many people in Massachusetts live in rental properties. Learn about your rights and the resources available to you if you rent an apartment or house in the state.
Learn about your rights and responsibilities and the resources available to you as a landlord in Massachusetts.
Whether you already own a home in Massachusetts or are planning to buy one for the first time, take advantage of the information and resources provided by the state.
Learn about home inspections and how to maintain a safe and secure home.
Find resources for developers and contractors in Massachusetts, plus information on hiring the best professionals.
Find resources to help you get back on your feet after a disaster hits, including how to avoid scams.
Find out when it's necessary to probate an estate, what the types of probate are, and how to probate an estate.
Find information on how to purchase state property along with resources related to leasing space to Commonwealth agencies. In addition, you can find facts about selling or donating privately owned property to the state.
Learn what to do if you smell gas, need to report a Dig Safe violation, or want to dig safely without causing a Dig Safe violation.
An eviction is the process of obtaining a court order to remove a tenant and other occupants from a rental property.
Find information on eviction and other landlord-tenant issues in court.
Discrimination in housing is against the law. Learn more about housing rights and responsibilities.
Resources for accessing, using and exploring mapping data collected by the Commonwealth.
If you are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, the Attorney General's Office may be able to help.
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