Median one-bedroom apartment rents in Mattapan and West Roxbury increased 12% and 8% respectively in the fall compared with the summer, more than in any other Boston neighborhoods, according to an analysis from real estate listings site Zumper.
The analysis tracked available and vacant apartments, so it is a pretty good indicator of where one-bedroom rents stand.
Meanwhile, the West End saw the biggest decline—6%—during the past few months.
In general, the median one-bedroom rent in Boston was $2,200 a month as of the fall and the two-bedroom median was $2,610.
The South Boston waterfront (a.k.a. the Seaport district), downtown Boston, and Back Bay were the most expensive areas for a one-bedroom in the fall. See the map above for more detail and click through here for an interactive version.