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Just how unaffordable is the Bay State?

By Robert David Sullivan and Rachel Deyette Werkema
May 9, 2004

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MOST BAY STATE FAMILIES long ago reconciled themselves to the idea that they'll never live in Boston's most famously posh suburbs -- places like Wellesley, Weston, and Duxbury. But the zone of communities whose homes are beyond the reach of all but the most affluent families has expanded with astonishing speed, spreading north and south to absorb historically middle-class towns ... (Full Article: 675 Words)

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