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Households Behind on Rent Urged to Apply for Assistance

At the end of August, the U.S. Supreme Court overthrew the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s eviction moratorium, putting thousands across the state and millions across the country at risk of losing their homes. Cape Codders may also feel [...]

Yard Cleanup Offers Relief to Orleans Homeowner

Michael of Orleans with the crew from SVS Masonry and Housing Assistance Director of Housing Production and Maintenance Keith Trott and Housing Assistance CEO Alisa Magnotta. “What they’re doing is a godsend,” Michael said as a crew of [...]

Roof Repair Represents Best of Humanity

John Goff (from left), VP of Goff Brothers Construction Company, Housing Assistance Director of Housing Production and Maintenance Keith Trott, Housing Assistance CEO Alisa Magnotta, and Mark Mathison take a break from a project in which they helped repair [...]

Giving Light to Neighbors Who Need It

The crew from Graham LLC which donated their time to beautify a home in Orleans in July. Giving back is one of the foundations on which Graham LLC, a full-service construction, landscaping, and property management company, was formed [...]

Make a Difference as a Big Fix Neighbor

After a year in which the Big Fix went virtual due to the pandemic, the event is returning in a big way with work having already been done on four homes owned by seniors in Orleans. On Saturday, October 2, [...]

State Officials Look to HAC to Address Housing Crisis

Housing Assistance’s David Quinn (from left), Shawna Moos, and CEO Alisa Magnotta with State Representative James Arciero, State Representative Kip Diggs, and Barnstable Town Councilor Nikolas Atsalis. With housing one of Massachusetts’ most critical issues, state officials visited our [...]

The Cape House Blend: Coffee That Gives Back

Three Fins Coffee Co-owner Catherine Bieri (from left), Housing Assistance CEO Alisa Magnotta, and The Cape House Realtor Katie Clancy at Three Fins Coffee in Dennis. For many, coffee is not only how we start our day, but [...]

14 Affordable Rentals Proposed for 107 Main Street, Orleans

The town of Orleans is considering Housing Assistance's proposal to build 14 Affordable apartments at the location of the former Masonic Lodge, 107 Main Street. Converting underutilized properties to housing  fills in gaps in our neighborhoods, creates housing that blends with [...]

A Lasting Gift of Dignity

Katie Clancy is a successful realtor, a sought-after motivational speaker, co-host of the popular YouTube series “What’s Good Cape Cod?”, and the self-described “happiest person in real estate.” While she is seemingly living an idyllic life, it wasn’t always this [...]

A Staggering $270,000 Raised at Oysters & Champagne

A special thanks to this year's Oysters & Champagne Fundraising Ambassadors, Cape Cod Five CEO Dorothy Savarese (from left), Cape Air CEO Dan Wolf, and Shepley Wood Products President Tony Shepley. In the middle of July, nearly 200 people [...]

Cape Cod Commission’s Upcoming ARPA Webinars

This month, the Cape Cod Commission will host two informational webinars focused on funding opportunities that will be available through the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA). Through ARPA, the U.S. Economic Development Agency (EDA) was allocated $3 billion in supplemental [...]

Apply Now: Residences at Yarmouth Gardens

Applications are now being accepted for 36 new affordable 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom apartments being constructed at 497 Route 28 in West Yarmouth. Download a Pre-Application Now The Residences at Yarmouth Gardens offers modern luxuries at a price you [...]

Sign up for Housing Assistance’s 12th Annual Big Fix

John Goff (from left), VP of Goff Brothers Construction Company, Housing Assistance Director of Housing Production and Maintenance Keith Trott, Housing Assistance CEO Alisa Magnotta, and Mark Mathison take a break from a project in which they helped repair [...]

Housing Wins at Spring Town Meetings

Annual town meetings are a great opportunity for each of us to influence housing decisions in our towns. Your voice makes a difference in what kind of housing gets built and how millions of dollars of public funds get spent. It’s [...]

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