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13,739 Apartments for Rent in Massachusetts, United States.

25 Elmer,
Cambridge, MA

  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • $3,000 USD / month

857 Beacon St,
Boston, MA

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $2,400 USD / month

90 Ocean Ave Apt 508,
Revere, MA

  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • $3,050 USD / month

77 Bigelow St,
Brighton, MA

  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • $3,900 USD / month

49 Bennett St,
Brighton, MA

  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • $2,200 USD / month

17 Holman St # 11,
Boston, MA

  • 5 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • $5,500 USD / month

30 Falkland St,
Brighton, MA

  • 3 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • $2,850 USD / month

26 Ashford St # 2,
Allston, MA

  • 5 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • $4,000 USD / month

27 Princeton Street,
Medford, MA

  • 4 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • $3,600 USD / month

23 Washington Avenue,
Waltham, MA

  • Studio
  • 3 Baths
  • $1,250 USD / month

7 Gardner Ter Apt 2,
Allston, MA

  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • $3,800 USD / month

81 Empire St Apt 3,
Boston, MA

  • 3 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • $2,695 USD / month

12 Pratt St,
Allston, MA

  • 7 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • $5,490 USD / month

15 Sumner St,
Dorchester, MA

  • 4 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • $3,250 USD / month

22 Greylock Rd,
Allston, MA

  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • $3,325 USD / month

17 Cufflin St # 1,
Brighton, MA

  • 3 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • $2,800 USD / month

20 Lyne Rd,
Brighton, MA

  • 3 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • $3,000 USD / month
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Close to seven million people call Massachusetts home, however eight in ten people are concentrated in the Boston Metropolitan area. If you consider Boston to be your ideal place to live, you may find there is fierce competition to find affordable apartments for rent or rent to own homes. Apartment guides may give the false impression that rental properties in Boston come a dime a dozen. However, if you were to stop and actually do the math, you will find that the number of prospective tenants likely outweigh the number of available Massachusetts apartments for rent, or rent to own homes considerably. You might say the early bird truly gets the worm in the Boston area. The minute you see an apartment for rent or rent to own home you are interested in, be sure to make an appointment to see it. Do not hesitate.

Massachusetts has a variable climate, including the four seasons. Residents could see a very cold and snowy winter, with many coastal storms, while summer can be hazy, hot, and humid. Summer can be very popular, with the Atlantic Ocean as part of its border. Also surrounded by Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, and Vermont, Massachusetts can also be a popular tourist destination. Whether you like summers on the beach or are a sports enthusiast, Massachusetts has everything you need to keep yourself entertained. Massachusetts' busy nightlife includes music festivals, the theater, and clubs. Nature lovers will enjoy the numerous picturesque public parks.

Given the fact that Boston is among the most highly populated city, it is a given that apartments for rent or rent to own homes will be in high demand and costly. Even a studio apartment could go deep within your pockets. Manufacturing, biotechnology, engineering, higher education, and finance are among the most thriving industries within the state. Yes, the salaries may match the cost of living, but you still want to keep a handle on your monthly expenses to be sure you are meeting your rental priorities.

Before you sign a long term lease or contract in Massachusetts, you may want to keep the following in mind:

Renting Massachusetts Apartments

Quite often, monthly rent amounts are based on supply and demand. Many landlords and property owners are aware that affordability may go right out the window, when it comes to prospective tenants. If they are sitting on an apartment for rent or a rent to own home in a high demand area, they know they can get away with charging a little more than the average for the property in question. Prospective tenants should be aware of their monthly budget limits and have lists of the features and amenities they can live without. Keeping this in mind could quicken their search as they page through apartment guides. 

Age Of The Apartment Building

Massachusetts economy is thriving with manufacturing, biotechnology, engineering, higher education, and finance jobs. As these fields develop and grow, the number of active prospective tenants will increase. Naturally, this will attract developers to build new housing complexes throughout the state. Current landlords and property owners will also want to cash in on these new developments, and many will choose to renovate and update their apartments in Massachusetts for rent to keep up with the changing times. Again, prospective tenants should not be willing to settle for an apartment or rent to own home that does not meet every one of their needs. Keeping a list of the must have features and amenities and the amount of rent they are willing to pay every month will help them to keep a narrow prospective list.

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Close to seven million people call Massachusetts home, however eight in ten people are concentrated in the Boston Metropolitan area. If you consider Boston to be your ideal place to live, you may find there is fierce competition to find affordable apartments for rent or rent to own homes. Apartment guides may give the false impression that rental properties in Boston come a dime a dozen. However, if you were to stop and actually do the math, you will find that the number of prospective tenants likely outweigh the number of available Massachusetts apartments for rent, or rent to own homes considerably. You might say the early bird truly gets the worm in the Boston area. The minute you see an apartment for rent or rent to own home you are interested in, be sure to make an appointment to see it. Do not hesitate.

Massachusetts has a variable climate, including the four seasons. Residents could see a very cold and snowy winter, with many coastal storms, while summer can be hazy, hot, and humid. Summer can be very popular, with the Atlantic Ocean as part of its border. Also surrounded by Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, and Vermont, Massachusetts can also be a popular tourist destination. Whether you like summers on the beach or are a sports enthusiast, Massachusetts has everything you need to keep yourself entertained. Massachusetts' busy nightlife includes music festivals, the theater, and clubs. Nature lovers will enjoy the numerous picturesque public parks.

Given the fact that Boston is among the most highly populated city, it is a given that apartments for rent or rent to own homes will be in high demand and costly. Even a studio apartment could go deep within your pockets. Manufacturing, biotechnology, engineering, higher education, and finance are among the most thriving industries within the state. Yes, the salaries may match the cost of living, but you still want to keep a handle on your monthly expenses to be sure you are meeting your rental priorities.

Before you sign a long term lease or contract in Massachusetts, you may want to keep the following in mind:

Renting Massachusetts Apartments

Quite often, monthly rent amounts are based on supply and demand. Many landlords and property owners are aware that affordability may go right out the window, when it comes to prospective tenants. If they are sitting on an apartment for rent or a rent to own home in a high demand area, they know they can get away with charging a little more than the average for the property in question. Prospective tenants should be aware of their monthly budget limits and have lists of the features and amenities they can live without. Keeping this in mind could quicken their search as they page through apartment guides. 

Age Of The Apartment Building

Massachusetts economy is thriving with manufacturing, biotechnology, engineering, higher education, and finance jobs. As these fields develop and grow, the number of active prospective tenants will increase. Naturally, this will attract developers to build new housing complexes throughout the state. Current landlords and property owners will also want to cash in on these new developments, and many will choose to renovate and update their apartments in Massachusetts for rent to keep up with the changing times. Again, prospective tenants should not be willing to settle for an apartment or rent to own home that does not meet every one of their needs. Keeping a list of the must have features and amenities and the amount of rent they are willing to pay every month will help them to keep a narrow prospective list.

Apartment Rentals Massachusetts ActiveListings Minimum Rent Maximum Rent
Studio Apartments for Rent 1,136 $75 $4,995
1 Bedroom Apartments for Rent 4,129 $700 $43,450
2 Bedroom Apartments for Rent 3,910 $875 $10,000
3 Bedroom Apartments for Rent 1,533 $850 $15,000

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