The laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
The official website for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts: A resource for information regarding health care & insurance information, employment/unemployment matters, family and veteran’s services, tourism & recreation resources, information for businesses, government & taxation information to name just a few of the subject areas.
The Secretary of State’s Office provides useful information and consumer guides to state services, elections, voting, doing business in Massachusetts and historical information about Massachusetts.
The Estate and Administration web page of the Massachusetts Government web site, also known as the MUPC (Massachusetts Uniform Probate Code) Hub, provides information regarding the administration of estates and recently revised probate and family court procedures including reference materials and forms.
Only one website is authorized to fill orders for the free annual credit report you are entitled to under federal law. Other websites that claim to offer “free credit scores” or “free credit monitoring” are not part of the legally mandated free annual credit report program. Federal law requires each of the three nationwide consumer credit reporting companies - Equifax, Experian and TransUnion to give you a free credit report every 12 months if you ask for it.
Important information for consumers and settlement agents regarding settlement (closing) procedures and closings costs.
News and information for buyers and sellers; it is good source for local market conditions, buyer's advice, seller's advice, Realtor advice, and real estate news.
Searchable public access to all real estate documents organized by county.