Organizing for real change

Upcoming events

  • Every THURSDAY:
    Meeting for Lynn homeowners & tenants
    facing foreclosure

    6:30 pm at 112 Exchange St, Lynn MA (corner of Broad St and Exchange).
    Please contact us if you want to arrange a time to meet before then, especially if you have a time-sensitive issue.
  • THURSDAY, May 1
    March for Immigrant and Worker Rights

    People of ALL backgrounds are invited to celebrate Lynn's proud history as a home for immigrants and as a leader in the struggle for dignity, respect, and a living wage for workers. Details and flyers
Information about the push for a strong anti-foreclosure ordinance in Lynn (including photos and video from the action at City Hall on the night of the City Council vote).

Recent press coverage of Lynn United

  • Photos, video, and press coverage from the protest demanding change at Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
  • Recent Bank of America protest over 43 Waverly Street, Lynn, MA
    photos and press coverage. Update and further action planning at next meeting.
  • Great result at Holton Place! The family is staying in their home, and buying it back at current value. Here are photos showing the community support for stopping the foreclosure.

Fannie Mae, Put People Before Profit!

Photos of the recent foreclosure protest on Lowell Street

Lynn Item story on families who are home for the holidays

A great story in the Daily Item about families who worked with Lynn United to get their homes back after foreclosure.
Article here >> ]

Lynn United on Channel 5 News

Channel 5 came to a Lynn United meeting to get reaction to the Attorney General's lawsuit against the banks.
Video here >> ]

April 20 rally against "foreclosure help" scams

Photos, video and news coverage from the April 20 rally against "foreclosure help" scams in Revere. [ More details >> ]

Beware of "foreclosure help" scams

If someone asks for an up-front payment to help you avoid foreclosure, it is probably a scam. Come to a meeting or call us (781-346-9199) to learn more.
Click here to read more about the relevant rules (from the Federal Trade Commission).

New law protects tenants in foreclosed buildings

A new state law means that banks are not allowed to evict tenants in foreclosed buildings just because there was a foreclosure.
More details >> ]

Housing rights

Information including documents and links for homeowners and tenants.

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