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Map: Nearly 200 towns must rezone under the MBTA Communities law. Has your town complied?

More than 130 communities are working to pass new zoning rules that will make it easier to build multifamily housing, and dozens of local votes are coming this year.


On housing and energy, Healey’s big plans collide with local resistance

The governor is facing blowback from town officials on some of her top priorities, which could imperil their progress in the Legislature.

An ambitious Mass. housing law is coming to your town. Here’s what you need to know.

The state law is an attempt to chip away at a deepening housing crisis fueled by decades of restrictive zoning rules in the suburbs and small towns of Greater Boston.

Marshfield also says ‘no’ to state zoning law aimed at boosting housing supply

Town Counsel Robert Galvin said voters were concerned over "the adverse impacts of having to add over 400 new multifamily units" in the town.

Can private landlords help ease the shelter crisis in Mass.? A new program is trying to find out.

State vouchers aim to make it worthwhile for private landlords to take in people emerging from homelessness.

With mortgage rates above 7 percent, here’s what home buyers should know

Despite sky-high mortgage rates, demand for home loans may be increasing in Greater Boston.

Want to live in the Back Bay, the heart of America’s most expensive ZIP code? Here’s what it will cost you.

In December, the median home price was approximately $2,663 per square foot, according to data from Realtor.com that was reported by The Wall Street Journal earlier this year.

Greater Boston typical home price reaches $900,000, a new March record

It's an eye-popping number that does not bode well for housing affordability this year.