The average asking price for a house in West Roxbury archrival Roslindale increased from $142 in March 2000 to $285 in March 2016, according to a new analysis from real estate research site NeighborhoodX.
The analysis looked at market-rate listings only and excluded those with incomplete or contradictory information and those marketed as development sites. The $142, too, would be about $197 in today's dollars.
In other words, then, quite a gulf between what Roslindale houses cost now, on average, and what they cost 16 years ago. The price range in each time period is vastly different, too. In March 2000, Roslindale askings ranged from $109 to $184. In March 2016, they ranged from $209 to $370.
As for condos, Roslindale experienced the fourth-biggest price increase among Boston neighborhoods, with a 146 percent rise since 2000, according to NeighborhoodX.
- Roslindale House Prices: 2000-2016 [NeighborhoodX]
- Boston Condo Prices: 2000-2015 [NeighborhoodX]
- Rats and Snobs: the Changing West Roxbury/Roslindale Rivalry [Curbed Boston]