El presidente del Tribunal Supremo inicia el primer programa de alcance judicial de las Naciones Unidas para compradores de vivienda por primera vez

(Boston, MA) – In a precedent-setting judicial outreach program, on Saturday September 28th at 10:00 a.m., Chief Justice of the Housing Court Department, E. George Daher, will be teaching over 100 new and future owners of multi-family homes in his court room on their rights and responsibilities of being a landlord.

The Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America (NACA) has expanded its comprehensive housing services to include post ownership assistance that is unparalleled anywhere in the country. Thousands of working people throughout the country have purchased a home through NACA with no down-payment, no closing costs, and liberal underwriting. Now these homeowners and future ones will get the benefit of post ownership assistance that includes financial assistance, repairs, budgeting, and landlord education.  

Chief Justice Daher states “I have seen thousands of landlord/tenant cases that could have been resolved had the parties known what their duties and responsibilities were.”   

“This is a tremendous opportunity for homeowners to be in court not as a defendant but as a student,” states Bruce Marks NACA Executive Director.   “Judge Daher by teaching this class in his court room will be instrumental in making sure that the dream of home ownership does not turn into a nightmare.”

Date:     Saturday September 28th

Time:    10:00 a.m.

Place:   Suffolk County Court House

              Court Room 1003