My Written Testimony for the 01-11-22 Hearing on 20 proposed landlord-tenant bills MA

I would think alerts like this about proposed landlord tenant bills MA we should get from MassLandlords or SPOA but I got them from attorney Richard Vetstein who is not a landlord association. Here is his link: http://massrealestatelawblog.com/2022/01/06/joint-housing-committee-to-hear-controversial-housing-stability-act-rent-control-and-other-tenant-protection-bills-on-jan-11/. It’s too Continue reading My Written Testimony for the 01-11-22 Hearing on 20 proposed landlord-tenant bills MA

The Chief Justice of the Housing Court Response to My Letter

I had forwarded to Justice Sullivan my article at https://massachusettslandlords.com/housing-court-in-ma-is-broken plus I had written him another letter with two short points. Is it possible to instruct all personnel entering party information in MassCourts.org to always enter the middle initial and Continue reading The Chief Justice of the Housing Court Response to My Letter

Well, It’s official – The Supreme Court of the United States sides with landlords against the CDC moratorium

Yesterday the Supreme Court of the United States finally agreed with landlords that the CDC Eviction Moratorium is illegal. That being said, by a 5-4 vote they allowed it to slowly and orderly wind down by 8-1-21 never to be Continue reading Well, It’s official – The Supreme Court of the United States sides with landlords against the CDC moratorium

Here is what needs to happen in MA to lower evictions and homelessness naturally (not artificially and temporary as you are doing it now thru Moratoriums or by making it impossible or extremely difficult to evict and collect money)

Here is what needs to happen in MA (in no particular order) to lower evictions and homelessness naturally (not artificially and temporary as you are doing it now thru Moratoriums or by making it impossible or extremely difficult to evict Continue reading Here is what needs to happen in MA to lower evictions and homelessness naturally (not artificially and temporary as you are doing it now thru Moratoriums or by making it impossible or extremely difficult to evict and collect money)