Q&A: How do you apply for senior citizens’ no income housing in MA?

Question by Sandra: How do you apply for senior citizens’ no income housing in MA?
My parents will be over 65 soon and I heard that you can apply for a senior citizens’ no income housing in Massachusetts. Can you not own a home or business within certain number of years before applying? They don’t own a home right now, but they did, not too long ago. Their small business went bankrupt just recently, but they did own one recently as well. What are the conditions required for applying for such housing? What is it like to live there?

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Answer by ShortStuff
From what I was told you have to find the housing and they will walk you through the process

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3 Responses to “Q&A: How do you apply for senior citizens’ no income housing in MA?”

  1. Robert B says:

    This is a serious issue ! Go to the County Seat where they live and get the proper answer.Do not take chances,please !

  2. lora says:

    J11 Division of Public Housing
    Department of Housing and Community Development
    100 Cambridge Street, Suite 300
    Boston, MA 02114
    Tel: (617) 573-1150

    The division has the responsibility for administrative oversight of all state-aided public and private housing programs which address the housing needs of low and moderate-income families, the elderly and persons with disabilities. The division is comprised of the Housing Management, Construction, and the State and Federal Rental Assistance Program. Housing Finance has fiscal oversight of the financial records and capital expenditures of local housing authorities.

  3. cutsup says:

    i have never heard of this but, good luck.


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