Average Rent Prices in Quincy

Quincy Pads has put together an infographic with average rent prices for Quincy apartments ranging in size from 1 to 5 bedrooms. The data was sourced from Boston Pads, an immense local real estate database containing over 156,000 Boston apartments, 500,000+ photos, and 8,000+ video tours.

The averages were calculated out of 72 Quincy apartments that either were rented during the past 12 months or are still available. Quincy Pads found the real time vacancy rate by adding the number of apartments currently available to the number of apartments becoming available in the next few months, then dividing by the total number of Quincy apartments. The United States Census Bureau provided population and income data.

Quincy is close in range to average rent prices in Dorchester, the closest Boston neighborhood. For 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom, and 3-bedroom apartments, the average rents in the two areas are within about $100 of each other. Quincy is dramatically less expensive than Dorchester, on average, for 4- and 5-bedroom apartments. However, it should be noted that there was only one 5-bedroom unit in the sample for Quincy.




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Quincy was one of 22 Greater Boston suburbs and neighborhoods studied. In the overall rankings, it stands out as very affordable. In fact, it ranks as the number 2 most affordable area for 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom, and 3-bedroom apartments. For 4- and 5-bedrooms, the areas ranking as less expensive than Quincy had sample sizes of 0. So, for all apartment sizes, Quincy ranks as least expensive out of any parts of Greater Boston for which Boston Pads had data. All this indicates that Quincy is an excellent choice for renters on a budget.

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To see average rent prices for more cities, towns, and neighborhoods in Greater Boston, check out an infographic on average rent prices in Boston by town.