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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Home & Property

Open Houses Coming Up This Weekend

Kick off the glorious days of summer by visiting one of these open houses.

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Is It Better to Buy or Rent?

A new tool makes the so-called ’easy’ part of the decision even easier.

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Is Mayor Walsh About to Hit Developers with a New Tax?

Sounds like so.

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Who Should Be Able to Live Where?

John Barros envisions middle-class families in the Seaport. Wait, what?

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Sale of Blackstone Office Buildings Could Mean Higher Rents

Why corporate real estate deals matter in an indirect way.

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Open Houses Coming Up This Weekend

Preview these open houses scheduled for this weekend.

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Southie’s Gate of Heaven Condo Project Seems DOA

Residents of the neighborhood were joined in opposition to the 31-unit project. Now what?

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Single-Family Housing in Metro Boston Is Affordable to Average Family

According to Trulia.

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Chinatown Is Changing, Yet Again

Few of the city’s neighborhoods have undergone such drastic changes as Chinatown.

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Open Houses Coming Up This Weekend

Thinking about buying? Preview these properties around town.

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Boston Has Some Student Housing Problems

Here’s how to fix them.

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The ’Lord of the Sties’ Is Back in the News

Anwar Faisal gets some more bad publicity—and this time, Northeastern does, too.

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Several Highly Anticipated Development Projects Are Back On Track

Time to raise the roof.

Home & Property

Open Houses Coming Up This Weekend

Thinking about buying? Preview these properties around town.

Home & Property

Housing Prices in Boston Are Ridiculous

So what?