Who are we?

  • Recently completed the Purchase and Rehab of a two-family rental property on Fellsway West
  • Purchase and Rehab of a
    ​two-bedroom rental unit on Main Street in South Medford
  • Developer for a two family rental property for Boston Avenue Housing Corporation
  • Purchase & rehab of a two-bedroom rental condominium unit on Riverside Avenue

Radio interview with WRol 950Am about work force & affordable housing


       Some of our Success                          Stories

 Medford Community Housing completed our first Financial Literacy Workshop this November!. The event was coordinated with  several local community partners including the Medford Housing Authority, Medford Family Network, Santander Bank and Charitable Foundation. The bank and Medford Community Housing provided a four evening workshop on the steps to understanding credit, credit reports, how to secure credit and home buying to 21 households. The bank and MCH provided three interpreters to assist the participants with the program content.

Medford Community Housing, Inc. is a 501c(3) Not-for-profit Corporation founded in 1988. We are a Community Housing Development Corporation (CHDO) recognized as an entity that can receive government housing funds. 

Join us for the

Chapa First Time Home Buyer Workshop


               Learn the steps to buying a home

                           over three evenings.

        January 30th,February 1st and 6th 2018.

                                       6-9 pm. 

Pre-rgistration & payment required

Edgerly Hall - Medford Housing Authority

We've impacted peoples lives

 in many ways since our inception.here's a few projects we've developed in the last 5 years.

NHC’s annual release of Paycheck to Paycheck provides insights into the ability of working households to afford typical housing in metropolitan areas across the country. The published report highlights the housing affordability challenges of workers in several occupations across 203 metropolitan areas. See our methodology for more information on how we come up with our numbers (or use the same methodology to do your own analysis).

The full Paycheck to Paycheck data tool includes:

Graphs that compare wages and housing costs in 203 metro areas and the nation
Median incomes for 83 occupations
Median home prices and the income needed to afford them
Fair market rents and the income needed to afford them

  Our First Financial Literacy Workshop held in November

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Affordable Housing in Medford, Massachusetts