Thanksgiving is a time to gather your loved ones and be thankful for all you have, especially if you just moved into your new Boston apartment. If you moved into a small Boston apartment that you love, but fear might be tight on space, you may wonder whether you can host a successful thanksgiving. The […]
By: Andrew Pitsios
 Nov 21
Some people are under the false impression that the property owner’s insurance also covers the tenants’ personal items. However, that is not the truth. Your landlord’s property insurance covers damage or destruction of the building, but it doesn’t cover your stuff, or your liability if a third party becomes injured in your Boston apartment. The […]
By: Andrew Pitsios
 Oct 20
Medford is a great city with a short commute into Boston. It has something for everyone- great restaurants and shops, an extensive history, and plenty of green spaces. That’s why there’s a lot of demand and renters should start their apartment search early, long before they need to move into their new residence. On that […]
By: Maxwell Caggiano
 Oct 07
Boston apartment vacancy is extremely low at 0.43%, leaving renters with few options to choose from. On another front, interest rates to buy a home are extremely high right now after the Fed raised rates for the fourth time- and are expected to raise them for a fifth time soon. Mortgage rates are currently sitting […]
By: Taylor Oliveira
 Sep 14
Over the past year, there has been a large increase in the average rental prices of Boston apartments. Rising inflation and a looming recession have worsened the affordability problem for renters and property owners alike- costs for property maintenance keep going up. There has been a 14.25% increase in the average rent of studio apartments […]
By: Carlos Christensen
 Sep 13
The current demand for apartments in Medford is at an all time high. The Real- Time Vacancy Rate (RTVR) and the Real-Time Availability Rate (RTAR) are 20- 30% below the pre-pandemic levels- meaning there’s just not enough inventory. This much demand in the Medford area is typical. Due to the lack of inventory, the average […]
By: Sarah McMahon
 Aug 04
Organizing your Boston apartment may seem like a difficult task, especially if you have put it off for too long. Perhaps you simply want to make the most out of the space that you have. Either way, organizing your Boston apartment can be overwhelming to say the least. The good news is that the process […]
By: Yana Andreeva
 Jul 21
The Boston rental market is incredibly tight at the moment. The COVID 19 pandemic caused a lot of construction delays, adding further strain to a market with already limited supply and extremely high demand. The Real Time Vacancy Rate for the city of Boston is 0.42%– meaning 99.38% of Boston apartments are currently occupied. In […]
By: Taylor Oliveira
 Jul 13
June 1 is quickly approaching, and no fee apartments for June 1 are limited. With only 17 days before move- in day, it’s time to get serious and lock down an apartment! Here are a few Greater Boston apartments with no broker fees for June 1 you still have a chance to rent. 1-Bed, 1-Bath […]
By: Taylor Oliveira
 May 13
After days or weeks of searching, you finally find the ideal Boston apartment. It pretty much has all the amenities that you want plus it fits the budget you decided on, your lifestyle, and the proximity to your job. You fill out the application and expect to get accepted immediately.
By: Petrit Bacaliu
 May 11