January 25, 2016 Dave Kreider

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As we head into 2016, the forecast calls for another big year in the Boston real estate market. Of course, to know where you’re going, it’s always helpful to take a look back. We have accumulated last year’s sales data for each of Boston’s neighborhoods and ranked them by the number of sales.

It should be noted that these statistics are pulled directly from the MLS database and will not include any off-market sales or sales on new construction properties yet to be completed, such as Millennium Tower, as those haven’t officially closed.


 

1. South Boston

South-Boston


 

2. South End

South-End


 

3. Back Bay

Back-Bay


 

4. Charlestown

Charlestown


 

5. Beacon Hill

Beacon-Hill


 

6. Fenway/Kenmore

FenwayKenmore


 

7. North End

North-End

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