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Execution of Relocation Plans

Each project is unique when you work with Judy Cohn Housing and Relocation Consultants. We start by obtaining approval from the Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development. In compliance with the Federal Uniform Relocation Act of 1970 and Massachusetts Chapter 79A Relocation Regulations, we then design an individualized relocation plan on behalf of our clients and submit them for approval to the appropriate governmental agencies, tenant organizations, and funding institutions. These unique plans can be for both temporary and permanent relocations, and include a scope of many other services. Finally, we monitor the phased execution of these plans through any project’s completion.

We have a long history of successfully executing complex relocation plans. For a more comprehensive list, visit our Projects page.


  • Judy Cohn and her able associates have become a reliable part of our team in planning and implementing several complicated occupied renovation projects in Boston. With their early advice and consistent follow up we have improved our services to residents as well as coordination with construction contractors and property management.
  • Russell Tanner | Director of Real Estate, Madison Park Development Corporation

We are proud of the numbers below because they speak for themselves.

  • 30
  • years of experience
  • 80-100
  • units per job, on average
  • 6,806
  • households we've helped

Judy Cohn Housing and Relocation Consultants

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Servicing the New England Region:
Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, and New York, with the capabilities to go beyond these areas based on the size and scope of the project.