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Neighborhood Guides

Home & Property

So, You Want to Live in Dorchester?

1. Pick Your Price Point Boston’s largest community, Dorchester encompasses several villages, including Ashmont, Four Corners, and Savin Hill. The area’s expansiveness accounts in part […]

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So, You Want to Live in Scituate, Massachusetts?

1. Pick Your Price Point With a population just below 20,000, most residents own their homes in Scituate. Unfortunately, the housing stock is very limited; […]

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So You Want to Live in Lynnfield, Massachusetts?

1. Pick Your Price Point With a population hovering around 13,000, Lynnfield is a close-knit, family-centric community where the median price of a single-family home […]

City Life

Top Places to Live 2024: Where to Find a Deal in Greater Boston’s Sky-High Market

With dwindling inventory, high interest rates, and even higher home prices, it’s no secret that for many buyers, finding a house in Greater Boston’s most […]

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So You Want to Live in Beacon Hill?

1. Pick Your Price Point With the median sale price hovering around $2 million, Beacon Hill runs neck and neck with the Back Bay as […]

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So You Want to Live in Charlestown, Massachusetts?

1. Pick Your Price Point With its cobblestone ways and gas-lamp-lit streets, Charlestown oozes Colonial charm. Appealing 18th- and 19th-century clapboards and brick row houses […]

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So You Want to Live in Sudbury, Massachusetts?

1. Pick Your Price Point It’s an expensive place to live, but most residents feel that the higher price tag is worth it for all […]

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So You Want to Live in Salem?

1. Pick Your Price Point Salem might be one of the few places in Greater Boston where you can buy a house without breaking the […]

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So You Want to Live in Concord, Massachusetts?

1. Pick Your Price Point With roots dating to the 1600s, Concord has seen practically every architectural phase over the past few centuries, and many […]

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So You Want To Live in Hingham?

1. Pick Your Price Point The sea views here are as compelling as a siren’s song, so Hingham’s always been on the pricier end of […]

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So You Want to Live in the Seaport?

1. Pick Your Price Point There’s a certain charm to living in one of the city’s historical brownstones, but if you’re looking for a turnkey […]

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So, You Want to Live In Quincy?

1. Pick Your Price Point In an area known for its outrageous housing prices, the cost of a home in Quincy is comparatively modest. Here, […]

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So, You Want to Live in Wellesley?

1. Pick Your Price Point Forget trying to get a steal. With the typical single-family home going for about $1.8 million, Wellesley is the third-most-expensive […]

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So You Want to Live in the South End?

1. Pick Your Price Point Among the most desirable neighborhoods in Boston, the South End market is competitive, with a median sold home price of […]

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So You Want to Live in Chestnut Hill?

1. Pick Your Price Point To live in the Chestnut Hill ZIP code (02467, to be precise!), you’re going to need to pony up. The […]