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There is potential in this JP colonial asking $660,000

The house with three bedrooms includes a three-season porch and a sizable yard.

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What $775,000 buys in Boston now

Discover how far the sum goes in South Boston, Dorchester, Fenway, and elsewhere.

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101 things to love about Austin

A love letter to the City of the Violet Crown.

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Woodsy West Roxbury bungalow wants $570,000

The house dating from 1929 includes three bedrooms as well.

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101 things to love about New York City

A love letter to the five boroughs.

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How to shop the wicker obsession

Furniture and decor woven from natural fibers like rattan and cane are trendier than ever. Here, we share 19 picks for bringing the look home.

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7 Austin open houses to check out this weekend

Going a little design-happy this week in central and west neighborhoods, featuring a midcentury treasure and more than one 1930s Tudor Revival beauty

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Austin’s best places to cry in public, mapped

Need a minute? Here are 10 places you can go to let it all out.

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8 Frank Lloyd Wright houses for sale right now

Would you rather live in a Prairie School gem, a curved masterpiece, or an early Wright design asking just $175,000?

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South End studio asks $430,000 for its 295 square feet

Don’t laugh—starter homes are hard to come by in the coveted Boston enclave. Plus, check out the roof deck.

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Bright Paris apartment maximizes space with built-ins

A renovation split one bedroom into two and filled the living room with clever built-ins.

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Why Boston-area housing prices are so high

Poor planning, perennially high demand, and horrid commutes are just a few of the reasons.

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Impeccably restored Gilded Age mansion asks $3.6M

A just-listed Second Empire Victorian in Pittsburgh features a wraparound porch, hand-stenciled ceilings, and so much more.

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Allston’s big developments, mapped

The Boston neighborhood best-known as a student-heavy redoubt is seeing or will see some major mixed-use construction, including Harvard’s latest campus, Allston Green, and Common Allbright.

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Where to live in 2020

Finding a new place to call home means you might not check every box on your wishlist—but you’ll likely discover new reasons to love where you live.

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The 10 best cities in the U.S. to move to right now

We dug deep into different criteria—like jobs, housing costs, and walkability—to find the 10 best cities to live in right now.

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Where to live in the Bay Area in 2020

Choosing where to live in the Bay Area can be tough, but these seven neighborhoods are worth considering.

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Where to live in NYC in 2020

Choosing where to live in NYC can be tough, but these seven neighborhoods are worth considering.

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Where to live in LA in 2020

In increasingly expensive LA, choosing where to live can be tough. We’re here to help.

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Why Boston-area rents are so high

Restrictive zoning, poor planning, lots of students, not enough construction—these realities and more keep the Boston region’s apartments expensive.

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Where to live in Detroit in 2020

Your go-to guide for picking the best neighborhood to call home right now.

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Where to live in Chicago in 2020

Take the worry out of home hunting with seven neighborhoods worth checking out this year.

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Where to live in Boston in 2020

Take the worry out of home hunting with seven neighborhoods worth checking out this year.

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Where to live in Austin in 2020

Take the worry out of home hunting with seven neighborhoods worth checking out this year.

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Where to live in Atlanta in 2020

From Summerhill to Piedmont Heights, your go-to guide for picking the best neighborhood in the ATL right now.

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What $1,000 rents you around Austin

The price of apartments, condos, and houses for lease in five city neighborhoods. Which one would you choose?

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Pedestrian etiquette guide: How to use SF sidewalks like a good person

Sharpen your sidewalk game

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7 solid starter home options in the North End and Charlestown

Two of the city’s oldest neighborhoods offer a few deals for first-time buyers.

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The Italian radicals who imagined utopia

They fought consumerism, inequality, and sexism through furniture and design.

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Rent this fully renovated Indian Village colonial for $6,900 a month

Classic exterior, modern interior.

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’70s beach house becomes minimal family retreat, with a terrazzo twist

In a quiet corner of the Hamptons, a designer-artist couple saves a 1972 gem and turns it into a year-round family home.

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Renovated midcentury modern in Palm Springs asks $875K

The 1958 home boasts all of architect William Krisel’s trademark features: a low-slung roof, floor-to-ceiling glass windows, and indoor-outdoor living.

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Large garage transformed into flexible backyard home

The finished result is a full-service home with an open kitchen and living room, bedroom, bathroom, and plenty of opportunities for reconfiguration.

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Over-asks are largely over in Greater Boston

In a region where bidding wars were once the norm, barely one-third of homes last year went for above their original tags.

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Colorful Cambridge two-bedroom practically a steal

It’s rare to find a spread like this for under $600,000 in the People’s Republic.

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Island beach home asking $4.8M was inspired by a shipwreck

While some vacation retreats opt for quaint shutters and southern charm, this contemporary home—built in 2015—is inspired by ship building.

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It’s the rents, not the broker fees

A New York decision to eliminate broker fees for landlord agents has the Boston area atwitter with thoughts of a similar move—but it would only obscure the larger issue.

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10 solid starter home options in Hyde Park

Boston’s southernmost neighborhood has so many spacious options for first-time buyers, including whole houses and newer condos.

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The beloved digital frames that preserve 40,000 photos on my walls

A pair of early-2000s digital photo frames evolves with my home and keeps all my memories alive.

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