AFFORDABLE HOME OF THE WEEK | The main level has an open living and dining area with hardwood floors, a powder room and an eat-in kitchen with new stainless-steel appliances, granite counters and a tile backsplash.
TOWN SQUARE | The study estimates that uncoupling buyer agent and listing agent commissions would result in price competition among buyer agents that could lower the commissions paid by consumers by as much as $100 billion annually.
TOWN SQUARE | Planned amenities include a rooftop clubhouse, a rooftop terrace, a fitness center on the penthouse level, a lounge on the ground floor, a teleconference room that can be reserved and onsite concierge services.
REAL ESTATE MATTERS | A young trusted co-worker or the local Council on Aging Services for Seniors are among the options for people seeking someone other than relatives to carry out their end-of-life wishes.
AFFORDABLE HOME OF THE WEEK | While the condo retains some elements of its older architecture such as arched doorways and radiators for heat, it also has tall east-facing windows that bring in natural light.
By Michele Lerner
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