Michelle Wu Needs a Better Platform

Michelle Wu Needs a Better Platform

Her case against Boston Mayor Marty Walsh appears better suited to interviewing to be the executive director of the BPDA, not mayor of one of the nation’s oldest, greatest and most vibrant cities. 

Buying Sight Unseen? Don’t Wear Blinders

Buying sight-unseen doesn’t mean you have to go into the transaction blindfolded. There are several ways you can protect yourself against the possibility the house you’re after isn’t what you thought it was.

Compete to Win in Bidding Wars

With mortgage rates falling below 3 percent for the first time in five decades, would-be homebuyers are chomping at the bit to get out there and find new places. But when they finally do jump off the sidelines, they’re likely to find slim pickings.

Can More Diverse Boards Help Fix Segregation?

Can More Diverse Boards Help Fix Segregation?

The national examination of our country’s racist past has sparked growing interest and debate over dusty, decades-old zoning rules suburban communities in the Boston area have thrown up over the years to bar construction of apartments and affordable housing.

How to Survive a Bidding War

Would-be buyers who venture forth over the next several months are likely to find the number of houses for sale so sparse that they’ll end up bidding against each other for the best properties.

Trump Admits Dark Truth Behind NIMBYism

Trump Admits Dark Truth Behind NIMBYism

The president has exposed an unpleasant truth lurking just beneath the surface – and occasionally right in the open – about decades of resistance in Boston’s suburbs to the construction of new housing.