Guess What Percentage of JP Homes Are Affordable for the Middle Class?

Working from data crunched by the Globe, real estate blogger Scott Van Voorhis analyzes where in Boston a family making the average income of $80,000 can still buy a house.

Most of Boston is now off-limits for middle-class buyers, with just five neighborhoods still affordable to teachers, firefighters and construction workers. Check out this nifty Globe chart, which very clearly lays out the dilemma facing middle class families in Boston as prices rise across the city, not just in downtown.

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