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Housing slowdown blamed on local rules

Study says regulations raising home prices

By Scott S. Greenberger
Globe Staff / January 1, 2006

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Boston-area cities and towns are driving up housing prices by forcing developers to conform to an array of land-use rules that make it difficult to build new homes, according to a report that will be released this week. (Full article: 1483 words)

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