Boston home taxes may rise anew - The Boston Globe
Residential property taxes in Boston are likely to rise again in the coming year, increasing by as much as 8 percent and adding up to $220 to the average tax bill for a single-family home.
The average tax bill for a single-family home in Boston remains lower than the statewide average of $3,823. The average in Boston is $2,753, based on a single-family home valued at $368,512 and including a 30 percent residential exemption.
The average tax bill for a single-family home was $10,420 in Brookline in fiscal 2006, $7,373 in Newton, $3,683 in Quincy, and $2,790 in Somerville.