Coming ahead of Los Angeles, Oakland, and Seattle, Boston was the 5th most expensive city to Rent in the nation. The price of one and two bedroom units settled at medians of $2,200 and $2,610, respectively.
(Note: This map is interactive so you can zoom and hover over the neighborhoods and the legend for more info)
While Mattapan and West Roxbury had the fastest growing rents since last quarter, up 12% and 8%, respectively, West End saw the biggest rent dip, down over 6%.
This fall, South Boston Waterfront ($3,000), Downtown Boston ($2,970), and Back Bay ($2,825) were the most expensive neighborhoods to rent. Close behind, Chinatown – Leather District, South End, and West End were the next priciest areas. More affordable rentals for under $2,000 could be found in Jamaica Plain, Roslindale, and Allston.
Check out how Boston rents compare with the rest of the nation’s by viewing our November National Rent Report, which analyzes over 1 million active listings to identify rental trends across the 100 largest U.S. cities.
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