Category: Boston Neighborhood
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
There’s more to finding an apartment in Boston than we could cram into this article… at least without it becoming a small novel. But if you’re looking for more on the topic — or just prefer to watch and/or listen — this video has great advice on how to rent an apartment in Boston.
Living in a city as historic as Boston means residents can get a glimpse into the city’s past every day- passing by Paul Revere’s house in the North End to overlooking the Boston Harbor where the Boston Tea Party happened are just a few examples! While this certainly gives Boston a lot of its charm,
With its consistently rapid growth in recent years, is Boston real estate still a good investment today? Or is it time to look elsewhere? Have we reached the top? This article seeks to dig into the fundamentals of whether or not now is the time to invest in Boston Real Estate.
Baby, it’s cold outside. When Boston’s winter weather first hits, residents tend to experience five stages of grief in rapid succession. Denial (it’s not that cold), anger (why is it so cold?), bargaining (I’ll shovel the sidewalk, but then I’m going to eat an entire pizza myself), depression (winter will never end), and finally, acceptance
With the latest update to its online Boston apartment portal, Boston’s largest real-time apartment and real estate database received more than just a graphical overhaul: the website now features integrated real-time data, interactive maps, and easier user access to information than previously thought possible.
Freshly fallen snow, twinkling lights, and a sense of wonder in the crisp winter air. Boston is a truly magical place to be during the holiday season, though between all the shopping, holiday parties and get-togethers — not to mention all the drivers reacquainting themselves with snowy roads — it can be a dizzying, hectic
Maybe you’re looking to move to the city proper from a nearby suburb. Maybe you’re looking at changing neighborhoods, moving out of student housing and living off-campus, or simply finding a new pad within Boston, one that better suits your needs. Or maybe you’re considering a move to The Hub, and wondering whether or not