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MAAPL/WAFT Clinics Open to All Facing Foreclosure
MAAPL and The Worcester Anti-Foreclosure Team (WAFT), a MAAPL member group, gather every Monday night from 6-8 pm for pre-auction “Moratorium NOW!” clinics at WAFT’s office, 70 James St., Suite 129B, Worcester, MA. People facing foreclosure from across MA are welcome to attend.
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MAAPL Call-In NOW!: March 16th (or as soon as you do it!) Halt Foreclosures & Evictions during COVID-19 Emergency Your voice gets results! Call your state Representative & Senator. Ask each to support HD.4935 & Halt foreclosures & evictions during … Continue reading
UPDATE: Keep calling your State Legislators! Monday, Feb. 3rd is Call-In Day #2. Make another call today—Your Voice Gets Results! PLEASE RE-POST THIS MESSAGE BROADLY: EMAIL, FACEBOOK, TWITTER — when we pour calls into the State House it has real … Continue reading
It’s Time to Make Your Voice Heard!!! Testify in Support of MAAPL’s Anti-Foreclosure Bills Tuesday, July 16th Massachusetts State House, Room A1 Beacon Hill, Boston Agenda: Arrive at 10:30am, then Tell your Story to Legislators Press Conference! Hearing: 1:00pm After … Continue reading
Historic Homeowner Lawsuit Reveals Constitutional Protection from Violations of Rights by a Lower Court (like the CHC) May Essentially No Longer Exist
For immediate release, May 14, 2019 Contact: WAFT, 508-614-9238 “We have a Massachusetts Constitutional right that may no longer be enforceable” explains Debra McCarthy, one of the 46 homeowners/petitioners who, collectively, have 2 cases before the Massachusetts Supreme … Continue reading
MAAPL’s pre-auction clinics are having hugely effective results in getting auctions postponed and even cancelled. In the process, we are turning up evidence of criminal actions by the banks! Normally, our clinics are every Monday night from 6 – 8 … Continue reading
Your voice gets results! Call both your Representative & Senator at the State House. Ask them to support MAAPL’s Resolution Trust Fund & Mediation Alternative to Foreclosure bills: H3676 & S500/H550. Here’s what you do: Don’t know who your state Representative/Senator are? Go … Continue reading
Springfield Anti-Foreclosure Clinic Thurs. January 19th, 5:00-8:00 pm Spring of Hope Church, 35 Alden St., Springfield, Mass. To RSVP or for more information, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 508-630-1686. Download and share the flyer for this clinic (PDF) UPDATE: … Continue reading
Roxbury Anti-Foreclosure Clinic Tues. Dec. 27, 2:00-5:00 pm Thelma D. Burns Building 575 Warren Street, Roxbury, MA Parking is available at this location. To RSVP or for more information, email us at email@example.com or call 508-630-1686. Download and share the … Continue reading
Fall Brown Bag Discussion: “Racism – Engine of the Foreclosure Crisis” Wednesday, December 7, 2016 from Noon – 1:30 pm Community Change, Inc. office 14 Beacon Street, Fourth floor, Boston, MA What would be different if people had equal rights … Continue reading