With Boston Condos, If It’s Not the Price, It’s the Neighborhood

David Bates / July 24, 2013-8:33 pm

Looking for a Boston condo but, can’t find anything you like at a price you like?

Is the challenge the price or the neighborhood?

To get an insight into that age old question, I broke Boston’s first half condominium sales into ten different price ranges. Then, I totaled up the transactions by Boston neighborhood. 

And then, I made  charts, 13 of them. They visually communicate the amount transactions as the price goes up, so they tend to take the shape of ski slopes, mountain climbs and Bell Curves.  Check them out in the gallery below! In it, you’ll find distribution for 13 different Boston neighborhoods, including Back Bay, Beacon Hill, Brighton, Charlestown, Dorchester, Jamaica Plain, Midtown, the North End, the South End, South Boston, the Fenway, the Waterfront and Roslindale.

Or if you want to know the most prolific Boston neighborhoods in certain price ranges, check out my featured post in Curbed.

Sure, you could go up in price, but if you check out the charts, you just might find there’s more opportunity to buy the condo you wanted in a neighborhood you didn’t know you wanted, LOL. 

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