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Rupprecht family: Chris and Kate (both on right) and their children, Finley, 3, and Kai, 5 months, might move in with Chris’s parents, Rolf and Kathy, in Westford.

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Rupprecht family: Chris and Kate (both on right) and their children, Finley, 3, and Kai, 5 months, might move in with Chris’s parents, Rolf and Kathy, in Westford.

In hot market, sellers left with no place to go

Buyers are snapping up homes. While that’s good news for sellers, low inventory is making it difficult for them to find their next house. By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Legacy Place.

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What is it like to live in Dedham?

Former state representative Marie-Louise Kehoe recently moved into her fourth home in Dedham. What’s the attraction?

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A sampling of home listings in Dedham includes a Cape within walking distance of a commuter rail station and a contemporary Colonial.

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Remodeling: As walls go up, emotions run high

Architect Chris Chu spells out the ups and downs of homeowner’s experiences when they update or add on to their homes — and offers reassurances.

Next door: Town comparison tool

Choose two Greater Boston communities and see how they stack up against each other.

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Recent transactions: north

A collection of homes for sale in Lynnfield, Medford, Tewksbury, and more.

Recent transactions: city

A collection of homes for sale in Boston, Cambridge, West Roxbury, and more.

Editor's note

Welcome to Address, our Sunday real estate section, full of advice, profiles, essays, neighborhood spotlights, and more.

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Designing a three-season porch that enhances the view

A three-season porch in West Newton Hill was designed to bring the outside in, rather than having the space compete with the natural world.

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Design New England

Design New England

Garden variety

With hundreds of thousands of species in existence, how are eager gardeners to choose plants for their gardens?