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This is the most useful real estate website in the area, with advanced search technologies that allow you to view listings in the MLS, or to ensure your own home is sold in reasonable time and for top dollar. You'll also find our web site to be a one-stop resource for your online real estate research. We're eager to tell you what we know about the local market for condos or homes, or preconstruction, or whatever is most interesting at the moment - that's where you'll usually find us! We delight in helping people succeed in this market, and when our clients come out of the transaction breathing that big sigh of relief, we're just as satisfied as they are.

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The Invention and Evolution of a Space and Place Called the Ghetto

“Ghetto.” The word evokes a long and vexing tradition of racial imagery and history in the United States. We may think we know what the word means, but where does it come from? Why does it carry s

Learning to Hear the Dog Whistle

Dog whistles are intended to be silent for everyone except for a select few listeners. But in his best-selling book, Dog Whistle Politics: How Coded Racial Appeals Have Reinvented Racism and Wrecked t

A Deeper Understanding of the Scourge of Racial Inequality

The pace of historic change can be at once laborious and swift. The passage of the U.S. Fair Housing Act in 1968 is a case in point. As a response to generations of discriminatory practices condoned b

Would Mom Be Proud of Your Business?

The book is all about how to run a business your mother would be proud of. In it, Bliss offers countless real-life examples of how companies get this right and wrong. She punctuates these case studies

What It’s Like to be Evicted

It’s hard to imagine what it’s like to be evicted, perhaps because the impacts of evictions are so wide-ranging. Household items are put on the curb and lost if the evictee can’t afford a storag

Books in Brief: Lighting the Path to Housing Equality

No matter how passive it may seem, reading is an activity. It can be an acknowledgement, a political act, an act of remembrance—and at its best, it’s often all three wrapped into one. April 11, 20

How to Build Housing More Affordably

Recognizing that cost is a major factor in the dearth of affordable housing, Julie Hyman offers a list of five techniques gleaned from her father that developers can employ today to create housing uni

No Sunset on Housing History

Edina, Minn. is one of the few suburbs I could see myself living in. It has decent public transportation, boutique storefronts, independent restaurants—and for an extra dose of kitsch—the first in

Wake Up Call for the Development Industry

In Reshaping Metropolitan America, Arthur C. Nelson argues demographic shifts on the horizon may mean McMansions in less-connected housing developments are divided up and transformed into slums, if cu

Uncovering the Government’s Role in the History of U.S. Segregation

In The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America, author Richard Rothstein details how the U.S. government introduced and reinforced the patterns of racial segregation