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The Hub's Cheapest and Priciest Neighborhoods for Renting

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This is according to RentJuice, which this morning dropped a report on average asking rents in the region in the fourth quarter of 2011. It found that Boston apartments overall had an average asking rent of $1,691. These are below that.

10. East Boston: $1,544 (though this is changing fast)
9. Waltham: $1,544 (tie)
8. Quincy: $1,490
7. Hyde Park: $1,483
6. Everett: $1,454
5. Winter Hill: $1,426
4. Malden: $1,358
3. Chelsea: $1,349
2. Revere: $1,321
1. Lawrence: $1,138

And these are above it.

10. Charlestown: $2,403
9. West End: $2,409
8. Cambridgeport: $2,420
7. Downtown Boston: $2,439
6. Waterfront: $2,454
5. Financial District: $2,504
4. Seaport District: $2,719
3. East Cambridge: $2,719 (tie)
2. Seaport: $2,721
1. Kendall Square: $2,771

Finally, take a look at the handy graphic to your right to see where the apartment deals may or may not be.

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