Category: Boston Apartments
We’re now a little over six weeks since Governor Charlie Baker issued Massachusetts’ stay at home order. The negative impact of coronavirus on the local economy is undeniable. Prior to COVID-19, Boston’s housing market witnessed unprecedented real estate growth. People now wonder, how will the current apartment market fair in the face of this pandemic?
With the Boston population rising .05% from 2019 to 2020, the city now holds over 4.3 million residents. With the continuous increase of people moving into the Boston area, the local real estate market is all the buzz. Although people planning their move to the Boston area may be intrigued by all the conversation around
A romantic partner who frequently spends the night. A college buddy who needs someplace to crash. A colleague who doesn’t want to spend their quarantine alone. Though the circumstances can vary wildly, there’s no shortage of reasons why someone might find themselves staying at your place. Whether it’s a temporary situation or a recurring arrangement,
The Covid-19 outbreak has caused schools, colleges, and universities to suspend all on-campus activities, including classes, and transition to online learning. Since students are no longer involved in the classroom, many of them no longer need or desire their off-campus apartments. Due to the current crisis, a good portion of students quickly departed for home,
Renting and managing your property without using a real estate agent or outside third party sources can provide some financial benefits to a property owner. The major motivating factor is that you might save some money and have greater control of the variables. Before your property joins the other Boston apartments for rent by owner,
Before we go any deeper into this topic, it’s worth pointing out that compared to the danger this pandemic presents, any difficulties in navigating our business are 100% a secondary concern. With people’s lives and health on the line, we all need to do our part, end of story.
As any local real estate professional knows, the Boston housing market centers heavily around one date: September 1. June 1 is also a popular option, but with greater demand often come higher prices as well- and as anyone that’s rented in Boston can tell you, there’s not as many options if you are looking to
COVID-19 is an official pandemic, but there are steps you can take to keep yourself safe and disinfect your apartment. This is a time for all of us to remain vigilant and increase our levels of awareness.