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How Boston home prices stack up at the start of February

Neighborhood by neighborhood

It’s a new month and time to check in with real estate research site NeighborhoodX to see how prices range in the Boston region. See above; and check out the bullet points below for further comparisons:

  • In Boston proper, prices roam from $134 a square foot on the less expensive end of Mattapan to $3,041 a square foot on the priciest end of Midtown (a.k.a. the Financial District + Downtown Crossing + the Government Center area).
  • Quincy’s average listing price of $317 a square foot falls between Roslindale and Hyde Park.
  • Watertown’s of $375 falls between East Boston and West Roxbury.
  • Somerville’s of $571 falls between South Boston and Brighton.
  • And Mattapan and Malden both have the same average at the start of February: $239 a square foot.

The data cover market-rate listings only as well as those that do not have a rent-regulated tenant in place or ones in need of extensive renovations.