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Rollins Square in the South End was supposed to have had 48 of its 184 units set aside for buyers with moderate incomes.

City's rules let not-so-needy get affordable units

Guidelines since revised to count buyer's assets

By Donovan Slack and Christine McConville
Globe Staff / November 15, 2005

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Eric E. Liriano is a wealth management specialist. He drives a shiny new Porsche sport utility vehicle and recently sold a three-decker in Dorchester for more than a half-million dollars. (Full article: 1181 words)

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