As America is dealing with COVID-19, many tenants have been impacted financially.
As a property management company, we want to provide the best resources to our tenants and deliver important information. In an effort to provide help and guidance to our tenants and the local community, we will continue to bring you important information in the job sectors, rent assistance, government resources, state and federal assistance.
Housing Help for Rhode Islanders
If you cannot pay the rent, Rent Relief can help. But you need to take action!
You don't have to be evicted from your home just because the economy is not doing well.
There is help available, but YOU must take action with Rent Relief!
Nobody else will do it for you! The court is far less likely to understand your side if you have not done anything.
We want to help YOU apply for Rent Relief.
Follow the steps below and contact us if you have any questions.
How To Apply For Unemployment in RI & MA
The state of Rhode Island and the state of Massachusetts are taking steps to provide financial assistance to those who suffer a loss of income from the effects of the Coronavirus.
To learn what unemployment benefits are available as a result of business closures, click the following the state that applies to you:
Hiring Opportunities in Rhode Island & SE Mass.
Updated July 15, 2021
While the economy in Rhode Island is starting to get back to normal, many jobs have been eliminated and may not come back. Below is a list of the most updated hiring opportunities we found in Rhode Island and want to share with our community.
Who's Hiring in South New England?
ABC6.COM and Bridgewater State University created a website listing hundreds of job openings from local businesses and have opportunities for all different skills. Each job offers guides you through the application process. Use the link below to search for open positions in RI and SE Mass.
National Grid Offers Programs To Help Pay Bills
What You Need To Know:
If you are having difficulties paying for your energy bills, National Grid is now offering different programs to renters in Rhode Island and Massachusetts. Renters must meet the income eligibility to qualify for the program.
- Discount Rates: 25-30% off with income eligibility
- Payment Plans: Helping You Catch Up with Overdue Bills
- Forgiveness Program: Customers on income-eligible discount rates who have a substantial past due balance could qualify
- Customer Advocate Support: Help to find the right solutions for you
- Grant Programs: financial grant to help you pay your bills
- Budget Plan: Divide your annual bill into 12 monthly payments.
- Shut-Off Protection: homes with infants, elderly, ill, or disabled people are protected from having their service shut off.
Find all the information about National Grid Programs Here
As a local business and member of your community, we want to provide as much guidance and help you navigate through this time of uncertainty.
If you have any questions or concerns, we encourage you to contact us directly firstname.lastname@example.org or (401)-223-2838. We will do our best to answer your questions or point you in the right direction.