John A. Keith

Contributing Writer

John A. Keith is a Boston-based writer and real estate broker. His writing has appeared in the South End News, Bay Windows, and the Boston Herald, and he has been quoted as a real estate and development expert in the Boston Globe, The Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, and on ESPN radio. He is a graduate of Northeastern University, a Massachusetts native, and a current resident of the South End, having lived previously in Allston, Brighton, the North End, South Boston, East Cambridge, and Somerville. Visit his website at johnakeith.com.

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Open Houses Coming Up This Weekend

If you’re looking to buy a home, check out these listings in some of the city’s best neighborhoods.

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Massive Roxbury Mixed-Use Project Headed Straight Toward Defeat

The BRA is poised to pull the plug on Parcel 3.

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Archdiocese Lists South End Church for Sale

The real question is what kind of offers it will consider.

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Condos Are Going Up on the Site of the Cocoanut Grove Fire

Doesn’t this seem a little creepy?

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Open Houses Coming Up This Weekend

Here’s your cheat sheet if you’re in the market to buy.

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Norman Leventhal Park Dubbed ’Great Public Space’

It’s recognition for one of the city’s great visionaries.

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Developers Propose Ways to Cut the Cost of Building Housing

Their first idea? Give them the land for free.

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First New ’Seaport Crossing’ Condos Hit the Market

And they’ve already had a price drop.

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Open Houses Coming Up This Weekend

If you’re looking to buy, spend some time checking out one (or more) of these homes.

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The Positives and Negatives of the City’s New Luxury Buildings

If real estate is all about location, location, location, then why choose one of these over the others?

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Boston Condos Are Selling at Full Asking Price

Super-strong demand is having a curious effect on the city’s real estate market.

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Open Houses Coming Up This Weekend

Plenty of condos and single-family homes for sale in all of Boston’s neighborhoods.

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Dudley Neighbors Celebrates 25 Years

The group has brought change and opportunity to parts of Roxbury and Dorchester.

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Condo Sale Prices Are Up 17 Percent

Massachusetts condo prices are up 15 percent, too.

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Walsh Administration Gives Encouraging Signs on New Housing

But the most intriguing comments aren’t from Marty Walsh.