The Foreclosure Act – What Massachusetts Property Owners and Condo Trustees Should Know

Massachusetts real estate attorney Howard Goldman discusses the Foreclosure Act. The Foreclosure Act is a federal statue recently passed to give greater rights to tenants. If you are a property manager or a condominium trustee you need to be aware of he rights of tenants. The issue arises in the context of foreclosure where often times tenants are lingering, don’t pay rent, don’t observer the rules and regulations, causing problems that may decrease the property values.

If you are a Massachusetts property owner or a condominium trustee and have questions regarding tenants rights and the Foreclosure Act, contact Goldman & Pease for a confidential consultation.

The Massachusetts real estate lawyers and condominium attorneys at Goldman & Pease specialize in Massachusetts real estate law and condo law. The firm serves the greater Boston metro region including Alston, Arlington, Belmont, Brighton, Brookline, Cambridge, Canton, Dedham, Dover, Milton, Natick, Needham, Newton, Norwood, Waltham, Watertown, Wayland, Wellesley, Weston, West Roxbury, Westwood, and all of Massachusetts.

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