Tag: apartment hunting
Did you know that searching for an apartment in Boston is supposed to be a fun and exciting process? However, rental scams in Boston can easily turn a positive experience into a nightmare. Although the majority of apartment listings are legitimate, there are some that are fraudulent. It’s incredibly important for renters to learn exactly […]
When Craigslist came online, it used to be a primary resource for buyers and sellers to list nearly anything and everything you ever imagined. From job listings to used cars, furniture and services, Craigslist took the traditional model of a newspaper classified ad, put it online, and became the online classified marketplace of choice. In […]
Renting an apartment sight unseen can be one of the most challenging things a person can do when trying to move to a new city or suburb. Just about, everyone will tell you the same thing- avoid it at all costs. However, what if you don’t have any other option? What if your circumstances put […]
What is a co-signer for an apartment rental lease? A co-signer or guarantor is another person who also takes full responsibility to pay the monthly rent for a residential rental lease, if the lessee is unable to do so. This provides landlords or property managers with the ability to contact another party and request payment […]
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.
Go About The Hunt Strategically When you’re apartment-hunting, there are a number of things you need to take into account. The following are a few tips to help you plan out the hunt strategically, getting the most value for your money. Remember, an apartment is not an investment in your future directly, but indirectly.