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SPOA Newsletter January 2021

The January 2021 issue of the SPOA Newsletter is posted here.

Open the economy, end the moratoriums. Read about opening up the economy soon so that service workers get reemployed and can pay their rents, allowing the eviction moratoriums to … Read More “SPOA Newsletter January 2021”

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Tenant right to counsel: Sounds nice. Destroys housing.

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CORONAVIRUS: Click here

Please click here to see our full statement: CORONAVIRUS Page

SPOA takes the the Coronavirus very seriously and has provided the following statements.

Please review the page and the statements made by SPOA for you and everyone’s overall safety.

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Regulatory Barriers to Housing Affordability

Click here to read how the disastrous landlord-tenant laws we have in Massachusetts all tend to push rents up. Included is commentary on new laws being proposed.

Don’t have time to read the entire document? Then read the 5-page opening … Read More “Regulatory Barriers to Housing Affordability”

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Rent control widely debated

Oregon recently passed statewide rent control with 7% annual rent increase limits. California also recently passed statewide rent control, but with lower 5% annual rent increase limits. Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders recently proposed nationwide rent control with still-lower 3% annual … Read More “Rent control widely debated”

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