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Resources available for veterans in need of housing support

2 days ago   |   By Boston Herald

Winter is coming, and Massachusetts residents have much to prepare for.
The state moratorium on housing evictions and foreclosures ended Saturday. The Baker administration issued the temporary reprieve in April in response to the unprecedented economic and public health challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The governor later extended the moratorium by an additional 60 days, helping hundreds of thousands of Bay State renters from potentially losing their homes due to financial hardship.
Housing experts are predicting a wave of evictions that will displace some of the state's most...
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