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Our mission is to ensure fair and equitable access to housing opportunities. We strive to increase equity and reduce barriers to opportunity for persons living and working in the City of Boston.

You can learn more about the . If you feel you've experienced housing discrimination in Boston, you can file a complaint Xổ số may mắn hàng tuầnwith our office. 

 

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Room 966
Boston, MA 02201-2041
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Xổ số may mắn hàng tuầnIf you feel you've experienced housing discrimination in Boston, you can file a complaint with our office.

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Watch: Mayor Walsh's message for Fair Housing Month

Fair Housing Resources

Resources

It is illegal for housing providers to discriminate against families with children under six even if the unit is known to have lead paint. The Massachusetts lead law requires that any place built prior to 1978 where a child under six years old lives must be made lead safe.

Office of Housing Stability

Xổ số may mắn hàng tuầnHelps residents find and maintain stable, safe and affordable housing.

Get data compiled from BOS: 311 and Inspectional Services about Boston’s properties.

Boston Home Center

Xổ số may mắn hàng tuầnThe center helps Boston residents purchase, improve, and keep their homes.

METROLIST

Provides all residents with equal access to housing opportunities. This includes  and .

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Affirmative Marketing

Affirmative Marketing has been moved to Neighborhood Development. While we still provide oversight, they cannot be reached in our office. To contact Affirmative Marketing, email them at affirmativemarketing@boston.gov. You can learn more about about Affirmative Marketing.

Outside of Boston?

Xổ số may mắn hàng tuầnHave you experienced housing discrimination outside of Boston, or any other non-housing discrimination?

Contact the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination: