Cost of living in Boston in 2017, Massachusetts: food, transport, real estate, salaries

Posted by:Aleksandr Belov Posted on:May 4,2017

Boston is the capital, the largest and most modern city of Massachusetts with a population of over 650,000 people. Here is a more accessible life, especially compared to New York and San Francisco. Another positive side of Boston – high wages! Today we will look at the cost of living in Boston in 2017. To do this, we will analyze the main costs: food, real estate rental, entertainment, clothing, transportation and utility bills.

№ 1. Prices for food in stores and supermarkets

How much do basic foods cost? The list included: potatoes, tomatoes, alcohol, bananas, oranges, apple, milk, cigarettes, bread, meat, eggs, water, etc.

№ 2. Prices in restaurants and cafes in Boston

How much does dinner and dinner cost in cafes and restaurants? Average bill per person. Including topical prices for soda, water, alcohol, coffee and tea.

№ 3. Transportation

How much is gasoline, public transport and taxis in Boston?

№ 4. Rent Per Month and Daily Rent

Rent of real estate in the city center and in sleeping areas per month, including the cost of daily rent of apartments.

№ 5. Utilities (Monthly) in Boston

Costs for gas, water, electricity, garbage disposal.

№ 6. Buy Apartment Price

The average cost per square meter in the city center and sleeping areas.

№ 7. Additional costs (kindergartens, schools, clothes, entertainment, sports and movies) in Boston

№ 8. Average salaries and interest on mortgages in Boston in 2017

  • The average salary per month is (After Tax) – 4273 $
  • Average salary per year (After Tax) – 51 276 $
  • Interest on mortgages (annual) – 3,87%

Aleksandr Belov

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Aleksandr Belov

  • May 27, 2017 AT 2:00 pm

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