In Boston, 'Herald' to Run Former 'Globe' Columnist

By: E&P Staff Real-estate journalist Nena Groskind, who wrote the "Realty Q&A" column for The Boston Globe from 1976 until late last year, will write the "House Counsel" column for the Boston Herald starting Friday.

In the weekly feature, Groskind will answer reader questions and discuss the latest trends in housing.

Groskind is former editor of "Banker & Tradesman," a weekly publication covering real estate and banking in Massachusetts. She has also written or collaborated on several books, including "Bob Vila's Guide to Buying Your Dream House."

"House Counsel" is the latest of several features the Herald has added to its real-estate coverage. They include "The Boston Herald Mortgage Adviser," "Should You Lock In?," "On the Move" neighborhood profiles, and "Celebrity Real-Estate News."


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