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Housing Provider Services

Housing Provider Services

Community Teamwork’s Housing Programs cover 41 communities throughout the Merrimack Valley, North Shore and Cape Ann region.

Community Teamwork interacts with property owners in a variety of ways through many different programs. Participants in our Section 8 program lease units from area property owners with Community Teamwork assisting with the subsidy. Homeless families in our homeless programs move into units owned by local landlords. Families behind in their rent will come to our Housing Consumer Education Center for financial assistance to cover a back arrearage.

Our Housing Providers Service includes workshops providing useful information for housing providers in understanding tenant selection, knowing their rights and responsibilities, and other safety, legal and best practice topics. From time to time we will arrange special events and training to our housing providers.

Forms 
DHCD Inspection Training Guide
Chapter 19 HUD Housing Quality Standards from Housing Choice Voucher Program Guidebook


Housing Provider Resources  
Property Owners FAQs
How to be a Landord: Top 12 Tips for Success
For Property Owners : Property Owner FAQs 
Fair Housing : Advertising FAQs (from MBHP website)
For Property Owners : Home Modification Loan Program
Security Deposits
Top Ten Things Landlords Need to Know
Information for Tenants in Foreclosed Buildings
Overview of Landlord-Tenant Laws in Massachusetts
Housing Code Checklist
Five Steps to Finding and Keeping Good Tenants
Fair Housing Law

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development – FAQs 

Rental Listings

Use this free database to find affordable rental homes in the North Shore and Merrimack Valley. This website was developed by Community Teamwork Inc. (CTI) as a free service for landlords and tenants.

If you are looking for a rental property, begin by clicking the blue button “Search available rentals”.

If you are a landlord interested to showcase your vacancies click ” Not registered yet” or login if you registered already.

Search for Available Rentals | Showcase a Vacancy

Eligibility Information

Training for landlords to better manage their business.
  • Fair housing education and reporting
  • Marketing of available units through www.nearlistings.com
  • Serving 41 cities and towns in the Merrimack Valley and North Shore
  • Supporting households with income at less than 30% of area median income
  • Services include rental subsidy, inspections, homelessness prevention and more

 Available In:

Amesbury, Andover, Beverly, Billerica, Boxford, Chelmsford, Danvers, Dracut, Dunstable, Essex, Georgetown, Gloucester, Groveland, Hamilton, Haverhill, Ipswich, Lawrence, Lowell, Lynnfield, Manchester, Marblehead, Merrimac, Methuen, Middleton, Nahant, Newbury, Newburyport, North Andover, Peabody, Rockport, Rowley, Salem, Salisbury, Saugus, Swampscott, Tewksbury, Topsfield, Tyngsboro, Wenham, West Newbury, and Westford

A Family Flees Violence and Creates a New Life

A Family Flees Violence and Creates a New Life

Melissa, a U.S. Veteran and construction trade employee, has overcome domestic violence, homelessness and the temporary loss of her children. During one of her lowest points, she and her daughters were living in their car. View Program
A Safe Place to Heal and Move On

A Safe Place to Heal and Move On

Common Ground was instrumental in renovating CTI’s Milly’s Place family shelter, providing a safe and supportive haven for numerous families including Jennifer and her three children. “My children and I were traumatized from domestic abuse. View Program
Aldonsa’s Story

Aldonsa’s Story

CTI’s FSS program has many successful graduates come back and re-enroll to pursue goals in asset development. Aldonsa is just one of many graduates who returned for this purpose. After earning her Bachelor’s degree in View Program
Ana's Story

Ana’s Story

Family Self Sufficiency Success Story The Family Self- Sufficiency Program (FSS) is designed to help families receiving rental assistance to become self-supporting. This is a voluntary program and is open to all families receiving a View Program
Homeless Family Finds Stability and a Future

Homeless Family Finds Stability and a Future

Nichole T. received her license as an Aesthetician with the help of her Community Teamwork case manager and our Community Connections to Employment and training (CommCET) program. Nichole has been receiving HomeBASE Rental Assistance since View Program
Jasmine's Story

Jasmine’s Story

Jasmine’s Story Jasmine Delgado, 20, first became homeless at age 9 when she spent five months at a shelter in Connecticut with her mother. In 2013, Jasmine moved in with her father when her mother View Program
Maxine's Story

Maxine’s Story

While in the FSS program, Maxine completed a first time home buyer course, purchased a car, contributed to a 401K, and earned a Medical Assistant Certificate. Through a lot of hard work, Maxine made her View Program
Rosa's Story

Rosa’s Story

Rosa completed the FSS program twice, in a hardworking effort to obtain her ultimate goal: homeownership. After focusing on her education, and earning her degree, she was promoted 3 times. She simultaneously worked on her View Program

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Avi Glaser

Housing (and Tenant) Support
Housing Provider Services, Housing Supports, Tenant Education
Phone: (978) 654-5802

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