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
Homeownership is a personal and financial goal that most, if not all, Americans hope to achieve. There are many benefits: building home equity, steady fixed-rate payments that allow for longer term financial planning, additional privacy, and many more. However, it also typically requires higher up- front costs, property tax payments, and unexpected maintenance expenses. If […]
By: Sarah McMahon
 May 06
The demand for Boston apartments for rent available June 1 is high, and most of these leases are signed during April and May. Aside from September 1, June 1 is one of Boston’s most popular move- in dates. This means you shouldn’t delay your search, and if you see an apartment you like, within budget, […]
By: Andrew Sebaaly
 Apr 08
East Boston, also referred to as “Eastie”, is a neighborhood that’s home to some of the most amazing restaurants in the entire city. Residents who live in this region have the privilege of witnessing the most incredible views of the Boston Harbor and city skyline on a daily basis. Eastie’s history, sights, and food scene […]
By: Taylor Oliveira
 Mar 25
If you’re thinking about touring some Boston apartments, you probably have questions about what it’s like to live in the city. Beantown is a great place to live for residents who enjoy residing in a vibrant coastal city. From exciting college and professional sporting events to cultural activities, there’s never a dull day in the […]
By: Steven Scurti
 Feb 17
***UPDATED*** This market report has been updated, check out our 2023 Boston Apartment Rental Market Report! Looking back at the last two years of rental market data, it’s safe to say that few metro markets have experienced the same level of upheaval and subsequent recovery as Boston. In our 2021 Boston rental market report, we […]
By: Demetrios Salpoglou
 Feb 01