The Suffolk County Areas That Saw The Biggest Increase in Condo Prices This Year

Condo prices are on the rise in Boston and the inner suburbs as we head into the fall season.The median condo price in Suffolk County reached $540,000 during the first eight months of 2016, according to real estate market tracker and publisher The Warren Group. That represents a 12.5 percent jump from the same period last year.

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The biggest condo price increases were in Boston proper, where neighborhoods  experienced up to double-digit percentage increases.

Here are the top 10 neighborhoods and communities in Suffolk County that have seen the largest condo price increases this year.

Number 1: Downtown Boston (includes Beacon Hill, Back Bay, Midtown, Fenway)
YTD sales: +17.6%
YTD median sale price: $885,000, up 18.1%

Number 2: East Boston
YTD sales: -6.2%
YTD median sale price: $400,000, up 17.6%

Number 3: South Boston
YTD sales: -4.6%
YTD median sale price: $628,500, +16.4%

Number 4: Chelsea
YTD sales: -4.2%
YTD median sale price: $275,250, +15.7%

Number 5: Jamaica Plain
YTD sales:-0.3%
YTD median sale price: $492,500, +12.2%

Number 6: Allston
YTD sales: -32.6%
YTD median sale price: $420,650, +11.9%

Number 7: West Roxbury
YTD sales: +13.3%
YTD median sale price: $346,250, +10.8%

Number 8: Dorchester
YTD sales: +10.1%
YTD median sale price: $375,000, +10.3%

Number 9: Brighton
YTD sales: -10.2%
YTD median sale price: $380,000, +10.1%

Number 10: Roslindale
YTD sales: + 31.5%
YTD median sale price: $388,750. +8.1%

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