Transforming your property into a ‘smart home’ is a lot less expensive than you think.
Carpenter Rob Robillard offers expert advice on keeping your basement dry.
Real estate broker Anthony Lamacchia answers your questions about buying, selling, the market, and more.
R. Wayne Mezitt answers your questions about plants, design, function, and more.
Next door: Town comparison tool
Choose two Greater Boston communities and see how they stack up against each other.
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A sampling of homes on the market in Canton includes a raised ranch for $479,000 and a five-bedroom Victorian for $749,900.
Bay Area officials consider tighter rules on wood-burning ovens, grills, and meat smokers.
Lower-valued homes were hit harder by the housing recession than luxury and high-end ones. But 2014 saw a solid comeback.
Welcome to Address, our Sunday real estate section, full of advice, profiles, essays, neighborhood spotlights, and more.
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This Pembroke home has cranberry bogs, and with its vast acreage and stone fireplace, the air of a ski chalet.
Many are drawn to “The Chair City” for its affordable housing, amenities, and quaint downtown stores.
Mirrors make strong statements and help reflect light into dark winter rooms.
How a printer and a dentist changed surgery forever under Massachusetts General Hospital’s “Ether Dome.”
Thirty-three ways to check everything you need — and want — off your list.