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Zillow's best cities for trick or treating

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Hit the sweetest spots for scoring candy

While part of the fun of taking your kids through your neighborhood on Halloween is visiting your neighbors, knowing your youngsters will be safe while trick or treating is better than a king-sized candy bar.
Trick or treating

Before you and your kids take on the witching hour with pail in hand, sink your teeth into the results of Zillow.com's 2013 list of top 20 best cities for trick or treating.

Zillow's trick-or-treat index

Zillow's trick-or-treat list features the top five neighborhoods in each of the cities you'll want to include on your candy collecting route on Halloween night. The real estate data site took their "zillions" of data points for 2013 and tagged the top 20 cities based on median home value, crime data, walk score and population density. To further sweeten the pot, they then sorted out the top five neighborhoods in each city.

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Top 20 cities for trick or treating for 2013

While San Francisco tops Zillow's trick-or-treat list, your Halloween night candy count won't be too shabby even if you saunter through the list's 20th best city — Baltimore. So, did your city make the list? Check out Zillow's top 20 list for 2013 below:

1

San Francisco

  • Noe Valley
  • Sea Cliff
  • Cow Hollow
  • Presidio Heights
  • Glen Park
2

Boston

  • West Roxbury
  • Back Bay
  • Beacon Hill
  • Charlestown
  • North End
3

Honolulu

  • Moanalua
  • Waialae-Kahala
  • Manoa
  • Kuliouou-Kalani Iki
  • Hawaii Kai
4

San Jose

  • Willow Glen
  • Rose Garden
  • Cambrian
  • Almaden Valley
  • Santa Teresa
5

Seattle

  • Loyal Heights
  • Phinney Ridge
  • Wallingford
  • Madison Park
  • Bryant
6

Los Angeles

  • Pacific Palisades
  • Brentwood
  • Bel Air
  • Studio City
  • Cheviot Hills
7

Chicago

  • Ravenswood
  • Sheffield
  • Edison Park
  • Roscoe Village
  • Belmont Heights
8

Washington, DC

  • American University Park
  • Chevy Chase
  • Georgetown
  • Woodley Park
  • Friendship Heights
9

Portland

  • Laurelhurst
  • Alameda
  • Irvington
  • Sunnyside
  • Mount Tabor
10

Philadelphia

  • Mount Airy
  • Chestnut Hill
  • Fairmount
  • Manayunk
  • South Philly

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