Download the application forms, tenant agreements and other documents you need to manage rental properties in Massachusetts. These easy-to-use templates are fully editable.

Massachusetts is one of the few states in which you do not have to have a real estate broker's license in order to manage rental property. But property managers should be well versed in real estate law, lease and contract negotiation, marketing, collections, evictions, and compliance with the State's landlord tenant laws.
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