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Category: Rental Law

Massachusetts Home Evictions Post Moratorium

The Massachusetts moratorium on evictions has ended. How does the CDC moratorium come into play and what does this all mean for landlords and tenants? Here’s what you should know about Massachusetts home evictions post moratorium. The CDC Eviction Moratorium The CDC moratorium on evictions prohibits landlords from evicting tenants

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Factors Considered for Rent Escrows in Massachusetts

Landlord and tenant disputes in Massachusetts can result in a court battle spanning many months. Tenants often don’t pay rent to the landlord during this time, pending the results of the court case. Landlords are often concerned that it will be difficult to obtain any rents due as one large

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Before Converting a Massachusetts Property to Short-term Rentals

Short-term rentals through websites such as Airbnb and HomeAway are becoming very popular in Massachusetts. Many property owners find it appealing given the potentially high rental income, especially in areas close to or within Boston. Before converting a Massachusetts property to short-term rentals, there are several important things to consider.

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Massachusetts Tax on Short-term Rental Housing

The popularity of short-term vacation rentals has increased dramatically over the years. Offering the convenience of home and lower pricing than hotels, short-term rental websites such as AirBnb are now the go-to for many travelers (particularly families and larger travel groups). Given that these are private rentals, they have evaded

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Importance of Lease Agreements for MA Rental Properties

If you own a rental property in Massachusetts, you have the option to use a rental agreement, lease agreement, or no agreement at all. Rental agreements are typically on a month-to-month basis whereas lease agreements for MA rental properties are for a specific period of time. It is typically best to

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