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Ada Focer accepted a bid on her Victorian home in Dorchester that she received after posting her house on an online auction.

Online bidding offers new market for housing

Internet auctions anew -- and stressful -- option for sellers

By Kimberly Blanton
Globe Staff / July 3, 2006

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Ada Focer and her late husband, John Marlier, were urban pioneers when they purchased their home on Ashmont Hill in Dorchester in 1977. At the time, the racial strife of Boston's busing crisis had yet to loosen. (Full article: 1091 words)

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