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City of Springfield MA Municipal Auction 24 City Owned Properties

RENTED: 1 BR $625.00 2nd fl of 4-Family Springfield MA - Similar 1st fl Avail

Small 1 BR, 1 BA on 2nd fl. of four-family for rent.
Hardwood floors
Separate LR/DR
Large kitchen
Enclosed private front porch
Secure building
Kensington Avenue in Springfield
Electric heat
First, last, sec. required ($1,890 required to move in)
Tenant pays for heat, hot water, and gas for cooking
Available NOW
CORI check
References required
ABSOLUTELY NO SMOKING AND NO PETS!

PLEASE PROVIDE US WITH information about you and/or your family dynamic.  We will contact you if we think you are a good fit.





*RENTED* SPRINGFIELD MA: 3 BR 1 BA APT FOR RENT IN TWO-FAMILY $87575.00

**RENTED***
READY NOW!!!

RENT $875.00

 Alexander St. 2nd fl. of two-family. 

Gas heat

Hardwood floors

Nice neighbors on 1st fl.
3  bedrooms
1 bathroom
WE DO CHECK HOUSING COURT AND CRIMINAL HISTORY

Please provide a little information about you and your family, as well as a contact number for consideration. 
NO SMOKING - NO PETS!!!








Fuel Asistance in Springfield Massachusetts

Need help paying for home heating?
Keeping your heat on in the winter is extremely important, especially if someone in your home is elderly, disabled or under 6 years old, since being too cold can cause serious illness or death much more easily for them.
Also, sometimes when heat bills are too high, people use stoves, barbecue grills, improperly vented portable heaters,which can overload electrical circuits. These methods are dangerous, and can cause fires and carbon monoxide poisoning.
If you are having trouble paying to heat your home, you can get helpNew England Farm Workers' Council (NEFWC) offers a Fuel Assistance Program for families that qualify based on household income. An additional benefit is available to households that require a larger than usual amount of energy.

**RENTED** 3-4 BR, 1 BA Apt. for Rent $900 --1500 Block of Dwight Street Springfield MA



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Two-levels in two family READY 10/1/14
3-4 BR, 1 BA
Gas Heat
Tenant pays for heat (gas), hot water, and electric
Separate front porch
Small fenced in yard
Last month required
Security deposit required
W/D Hookup (Additional)
***If you qualify, first month's rent would be $450.00. 

ABSOLUTELY NO PETS - NO SMOKING - NO DRAMA!!!!

Cash Assistance Programs - IN MASSACHUSETTS -

Cash Assistance Programs

Click on a program name for more information:

Cash assistance programs in Massachusetts give financial help to low-income families, seniors, veterans, and people with disabilities. Cash assistance programs are for Massachusetts residents who need help paying for their basic living expenses.







TAFDC

TAFDC is a government program that gives cash assistance and other benefits to low-income families with dependent children. TAFDC is sometimes called "welfare" or "public assistance." To qualify for TAFDC, you must have a child or be pregnant. You must have little income and few assets. Many families must also meet work and school requirements. Use the online TAFDC Eligibility Check to see if you might qualify for benefits.

EAEDC

EAEDC provides cash and other benefits to low-income elders, disabled and children. EAEDC is for families and individuals who do not qualify for other cash assistance programs. The amount of monthly benefits you get depends on your family size, your living situation, and your income. Use the online EAEDC Eligibility Check to see if you might qualify for benefits.

Supplemental Security Income

SSI is a need-based cash assistance program. SSI helps elders age 65 or older, and adults or children who are blind or disabled. SSI is for people with little income or resources. Use the online SSI Eligibility Check to see if you might qualify for benefits.

Veterans' Services

Veterans' Services (VS) is a public assistance program for Massachusetts wartime veterans and their families who need help paying for food, shelter, and other basic needs, and medical care. VS also provides referrals to employment, education, housing, substance abuse treatment, and other services to help veterans find a permanent solution to their problems.

Cash Benefits for Workers

Massachusetts workers who retire, become disabled, lose their jobs through no fault of their own, or cannot work because of job-related injuries may be eligible for cash benefits based on employment. Cash benefits for workers are not need-based, but may depend on employment status, how long you have worked, and how much you have earned.
Cash benefits for workers include: