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Know Your Rights as a Tenant, Part 2: After You Move In

Know Your Rights as a Tenant, Part 2: After You Move In posted on Aug 18

Once you’ve learned your rights as a tenant before you move in, it’s time to figure out what happens after you move in. The Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation (OCABR) and the Attorney General’s Office (AGO) share information about your rights once you have signed a lease and   …Continue Reading Know Your Rights as a Tenant, Part 2: After You Move In

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Know Your Rights as a Tenant, Part 1: Before You Move In posted on Aug 16

Know Your Rights as a Tenant, Part 1: Before You Move In

According to the United States Census Bureau (USCB), as of 2014, more than 37 percent of Massachusetts homes were occupied by renters. Searching for a rental home, signing a lease, and meeting new neighbors can be exciting, but it’s important to know your rights as a   …Continue Reading Know Your Rights as a Tenant, Part 1: Before You Move In

Job Search Resources: Landing a Great Job posted on Aug 11

Job Search Resources: Landing a Great Job

All your hard work has paid off! You’ve networked, you’ve searched listings, and you’ve found a job you’re interested in. We’ve already covered what to do before you launch your job search and how to find a job that’s right for you. Now, the third part of   …Continue Reading Job Search Resources: Landing a Great Job

Massachusetts Voting and Primary Information posted on Aug 9

Massachusetts Voting and Primary Information

The state primary is a time to make your voice heard in Massachusetts politics. On Sept. 8, Bay State voters will cast ballots to nominate candidates for the state legislature, representatives in Congress, councillors, and more. Whether you’re voting for the first time in Massachusetts   …Continue Reading Massachusetts Voting and Primary Information

Crosswalk Safety for Parents and Children posted on Aug 4

Crosswalk Safety for Parents and Children

Fall is fast approaching, and that means back-to-school season is almost here. In addition to stocking up on pencils and notebooks for your kids, take some time to brush up on crosswalk safety. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT), Executive   …Continue Reading Crosswalk Safety for Parents and Children

Job Search Resources: Finding a Great Job posted on Aug 2

Job Search Resources: Finding a Great Job

Looking for a new job can be overwhelming, but you’re off to a great start — you’ve chosen a career path and written a winning resume. The second post in the Job Search Resources blog series will cover strategies to help you find a job   …Continue Reading Job Search Resources: Finding a Great Job