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More than 700 applications for 39 affordable units
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More than 700 applications for 39 affordable units
Housing seekers are applying in droves to be entered in a lottery for 39 income-restricted units at Madison Melnea Cass Apartments, a project by Madison Park Development Corporation, as they battle rising rents in Boston.
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Tiny Roxbury lot reaping big profits
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Tiny Roxbury lot reaping big profits
A single-family home is planned on the 1 Cedar St. property, at the corner of Cedar and Washington Streets. Although the 1,862-square-foot lot is well under the 4,000-square-foot size required by the city for new construction, the neighbors are more worried about the design, which they say they were unable to give sufficient input on.
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Councilors seek solutions to city’s housing dilemma
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Councilors seek solutions to city’s housing dilemma
While the administration of Mayor Martin Walsh is calling for the construction of 15,820 affordable units by 2030 — 22 percent of the total of 69,000 units called for in his Imagine Boston 2030 plan — city councilors are calling for more drastic measures to curtail displacement.
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Developer shares vision for Suffolk Downs
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Developer shares vision for Suffolk Downs
The public saw for the first time last week plans to create a new neighborhood on the 161-acre grounds of Suffolk Downs in East Boston. If approved, the redevelopment may take up to two decades to complete, and the developer said it will generate $56.8 million annually in new tax revenue for the City of Boston.
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Sellers disclosure: What you need to tell when you sell a home
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Sellers disclosure: What you need to tell when you sell a home
When you’re selling a home, the words “sellers disclosure” may fill you with confusion, even with fear. What exactly is the point of a sellers disclosure, and how much do you need to reveal? The following FAQs will give you the answers you’re looking for.
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Tips for getting your security deposit back
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Tips for getting your security deposit back
Moving out of an apartment or rental home is hard work and often unveils inevitable wear-and-tear from living in the space. What can be even more challenging is restoring the space to its original condition in order to get your security deposit back.
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Rent vs. own:  Which is right for you?
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Rent vs. own: Which is right for you?
If you’re thinking of buying your first home, you’ve probably wrestled with the decision to rent or own your home — and for good reason. Owning a home is a big commitment. With it comes a lot of responsibility and a long-term financial relationship.
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Five essential home -buying tips
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Five essential home -buying tips
Whether buying a first home or looking for an upgrade, there are things you can do to feel more confident as you begin your search.
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For sale: income-generating $1.6 million home in Rox.
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For sale: income-generating $1.6 million home in Rox.
A Roxbury woman who has listed her 74 Georgia Street three-family house for $1.6 million is marketing the building as an income-generating machine that can pull in as much as $10,000 a month.
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Roxbury condos $500k and up
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Roxbury condos $500k and up
Condo conversions and new construction in Roxbury are pushing up prices in the Roxbury market.
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