Real Estate Editor

Eileen McEleney Woods

Eileen Woods edits and handles Web production for Address -- a weekly print section on buying and selling real estate, home design, DIY, and gardening -- and realestate.boston.com, which is the online version of all of the above with listings, open houses, and snapshots of the Boston-area market. She also writes the free weekly real estate newsletter Address.

Woods worked previously as a copy editor on the magazine and wrote its On the Block real estate column. A UNH grad, she was a layout editor on the Globe’s night copy desk. Before coming to the Globe, she was a copy editor at the Las Vegas Review-Journal, news editor at The Vermont Standard in Woodstock, Vt., and a reporter at The Recorder in Greenfield. She joined the Globe in 1999.

Latest stories

My First Home: Send in the immigrants

By Lenny Megliola , Globe Correspondent

There I was, Mr. Unhandy Man, allergic to tools, all thumbs with hammer and nails.

How to clean siding without a pressure washer

By Rob Robillard , Globe Correspondent

Pressure washers can do this job faster, but they are not as thorough and can damage the siding and finish.

What to do when your shingles won’t hold paint

By Rob Robillard , Globe Correspondent

Rob Robillard weighs in on how to wrap your house properly.

Being ‘cannabis-friendly’ may attract, lose tenants

By Megan Turchi , Boston.com staff

Turns out, your landlord has the final say on what you can and cannot smoke in your building.

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By Jon Mael , Globe Correspondent

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By Rhona Lewis , Globe Correspondent

What is it like to live in Pembroke?

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What to ask when you need a new gas furnace

By Rob Robillard , Globe Correspondent

Buyers should consider more than a school system’s rank

By Marjorie Youngren , Globe Correspondent

How to fix a peeling bathroom ceiling

By Rob Robillard , Globe Correspondent

Split-levels have their quirks

By Barbara Leedom , Globe Correspondent