We asked, you answered: Readers are mixed on leaving Greater Boston There’s no universal right or wrong answer when it comes to living in Boston or moving farther away from the city, but for readers who are weighing their options, it’s a difficult decision all the same. We asked readers if they’d be willing to
More than 100 readers voted: Here’s how they feel about banning home buyer ‘love letters’ Nearly 40 percent of the respondents to our survey said they have written a letter to the sellers themselves. Read more on RealEstate.Boston.com. The post More than 100 readers voted: Here’s how they feel about banning home buyer ‘love letters’
Readers: Should you take your shoes off in someone else’s home? The Wall Street Journal recently published an op-ed titled, “Here’s Why I’ll Be Keeping My Shoes on in Your Shoeless Home.” In it, columnist Kris Frieswick wrote that “barring shoes outright just to keep your floors clean is bringing a gun to a pillow
Readers: Would you buy a house if it was haunted? More than two-thirds of Americans say they’d be willing to buy a haunted house. How about you? Take our survey at realestate.boston.com. The post Readers: Would you buy a house if it was haunted? appeared first on Boston.com Real Estate.
Let the kids play? Here’s what readers said about neighborhood street games. Neighborhoods may seem a little quieter this week with school back in session, but readers are practically taking to the streets over a dispute on the other side of the country. In Colorado Springs, police recently shut down a weekly kickball game on