Which Boston Neighborhood Should You Live In?

The capital of Massachusetts is a melting pot of cultures, backgrounds and personalities – each distinctly reflected in the many neighborhoods around Beantown. From the culture and education in Cambridge to the up-and-coming locale of Dorchester, you’re almost guaranteed to find a home in the area that suits your needs.

So, are you considering a move to Boston or simply just want to know if you picked the right hood to hang your Red Sox hat?

Grab your CharlieCard, work on the proper pronunciation of “chowdah” and answer a few questions below to see which Boston neighborhood you should live in.

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Brian CarberryBrian Carberry has more than 10 years' experience as a content creator and award-winning journalist. He is currently the managing editor of Apartment Guide and rent.com, and his work has been featured on CNN, Search Engine Land, Campaign Monitor, Randstad and a number of other organizations around the world. In his free time, Brian enjoys sports, cooking and debating the correct pronunciation of "gif."

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