Boston’s centric boom hurts those caught in the middle

Boston_AgentBy Drake Pena | Boston Agent Magazine

In many parts of Beantown, real estate is booming. Despite that, many of Boston’s middle-class residents are finding it harder and harder to seek out affordable places to live, according to a recent Boston Globe article.

“Nobody has figured out how to build housing the middle class can afford,” said Barry Bluestone, a Northeastern University professor and academic studying the region’s housing market, in the Globe‘s article.  “We’ve got to come up with some new answers.”

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