​Boston is an incredible metropolis. It’s also an expensive place to live. The good news is that the Covid pandemic has reduced rents across the city. The vast majority of college students have been staying at home instead of renting apartments. This may not be good news for the students or their parents. However, it […]
By: Daniela Alvarado
 May 10
Should you rent out your spare bedroom? The mortgage bill just arrived in the mail and it’s due by the end of the month. Money may be tight due to the Covid pandemic and the current state of the economy. You can barely make the payment this month, but what about next month? The financial […]
By: Eliezer Galicia
 Apr 14
Last year marked one of the most turbulent years on record for the local Boston apartment rental market. It saw a pandemic reshape the local multi-family and residential housing market. In February of last year, we predicted another banner year for the Boston rental market amid record low vacancies and record high rent prices. In […]
By: Demetrios Salpoglou
 Mar 04
There is a good reason why the Fenway- Symphony area of Boston is such a great place to live. In essence, it is home to an amazing amount of activity and culture. There is literally something interesting to do for everyone in this magical part of Boston. For example, you can catch a Red Sox […]
By: Daniela Alvarado
 Feb 25
Two bedroom apartments in East Boston have become particularly popular over the past year. Whether you are looking to live with just one roommate now, or are now in need of a spare room to use as an office, consider the options listed here. Keep in mind, finding an apartment to call home is not […]
By: Eliezer Galicia
 Feb 12
With all of the vacant apartments this year, it can be a challenge to find tenants and get a fair rent in Boston for your property. Many people are looking to get out of the city, where they can have more room to spread out and feel less constricted. Your goal as a landlord must […]
By: Demetrios Salpoglou
 Jan 28
The apartment rental market in Mission Hill is more easily susceptible to price fluctuations than many other Boston neighborhoods. The Real Time Availability Rate (RTAR) will often vary for several reasons. It’s situated very close to a significant number of higher education facilities including: Northeastern University, Wentworth Institute of Technology, MCPHS University, Mass College of […]
By: Demetrios Salpoglou
 Jan 25
Mid- January is an exciting time for anyone looking to call Mission Hill home in the fall. Around January 15, a big wave of apartments in Mission Hill start to become available to rent for the September 1st rental market. Under normal market conditions there is a big rush to secure the best apartment in […]
By: Anthony Campbell
 Jan 19
The Fenway area in Boston is not only home to the Boston Red Sox and historic Fenway Park, but to great apartments in Fenway. It’s also an incredible community for young professionals, college students and just about everybody looking for a great apartment in Boston. The neighborhood contains a nice mix of bars, restaurants, and […]
By: Demetrios Salpoglou
 Jan 15
Moving to an off- campus apartment in Boston and spreading your wings can be quite a big step in your life. It can certainly be a great experience that will help you become even more responsible and take on addition tasks and variables. However, you shouldn’t go about moving into an Greater Boston apartment without […]
By: Demetrios Salpoglou
 Jan 11