126 Saratoga St # 2E 126 Saratoga St # 2E Boston, MA#4869908
- 5 Bed
- 2 Bath
Renovated 5 bedroom 2 bath apartment available 9/1! The apartment is close to the T along with Shaws and CVS. -hardwood floors -granite counters -stainless steel appliances -heat and hot water include
11 Sheafe St Apt 5 11 Sheafe St Apt 5 Boston, MA#4869451
- 1 Bed
- 1 Bath
Beautiful renovated unit in Boston's historic North End. Hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, diswhasher, in-unit LAUNDRY, central A/C, newly renovated bathroom and more! Enjoy a common area r
101 Canal St Apt 1001 101 Canal St Apt 1001 Boston, MA#4869363
- 2 Bed
- 2 Bath
Brand new apartments in the revitalized Bulfinch Triangle Historic District of Boston, a vibrant neighborhood home to great restaurants, shops and outdoor markets. The property is also located just st
57 West Cedar St Apt 9 57 West Cedar St Apt 9 Boston, MA#4869354
- 1 Bed
- 1 Bath
Beautiful brand new one bedroom available June 1st or maybe sooner.. This unit is located on the 4th floor of an elevator building.The open layout makes the living space very efficient. The unit featu
27 Ridgeway Ln Apt 4 27 Ridgeway Ln Apt 4 Boston, MA#4869344
- 2 Bed
- 1 Bath
Practical and character filled two bedroom, three flights up. Sunny windows front and rear, short distance to MGH, between Red Line Charles MGH and Government Center, City Hall Plaza Green Line. (RLN
100 Arlington St 100 Arlington St Boston, MA#4868452
- 1 Bed
- 1 Bath
Located just steps from the Public Garden, The Arlington is a historic Back Bay landmark, magnificently restored to provide discerning home seekers with a stunning selection of spacious one and two-be
Apartments for rent Boston, MA
Known for its diverse neighborhoods, its unique culture and its easy access to a variety of shopping, dining and entertainment venues, the city of Boston, MA is home to people of all ages and walks of life. Apartment living in this vibrant city provides a balance of affordability and convenience with an ample supply of houses for rent and townhomes for rent many of which include modern amenities. From university students looking for small studio apartments or rooms for rent to young professionals and growing families in need of larger rental homes, Boston, MA offers cheap apartments to luxury condos and all parts in between meaning everyone can enjoy the benefits of rental living in Boston, MA.
Apartment living in Boston is a popular choice for many people for numerous reasons. Residents have an opportunity to live near the city's museums, historic sites and electric downtown areas without sacrificing affordability or amenities. Many rental properties offer a broad range of rental amenities, such as indoor pools and/or outdoor pools, on-site gyms and fitness centers as well as clubhouses with game and entertainment rooms. Pet lovers will appreciate the fact that there are many pet friendly apartments for rent in Boston while busy households will enjoy freedom from the burden of lawn care and routine home maintenance. Many apartment buildings hold parties and other social events exclusively for their residents. These events provide renters with a unique opportunity to meet and connect with their neighbors.
Apt leases in Boston, MA range in duration from as little as three months to several years. Houses for rent, homes for rent and larger townhomes for rent tend to require a minimum 12-month lease. Rental apartments provide a wonderful option for those who don't want to be bound by the limitations of home ownership. Whether you're interested in the flexibility and low maintenance living that apartment life offers or you want access to exclusive apartment rental amenities, there is a community that is right for you.
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Cost of living
The cost of living in Boston is among the highest in the nation. Prospective tenants are advised to carefully budget their finances apartments are in high demand in this beautiful city. Known for its exceptional cuisine and many tourist attractions, the city of Boston has a vibrant nightlife. If you are searching for Boston apartments be sure to set a firm limit on how much you are willing to spend as costs can quickly rise if left unaccounted for.
Apartment Rental Statistics Boston, MA
Renting tips & advice
Before deciding which houses to rent or rental apartments in Boston, MA are best for you, consider the following tips and advice to make sure you’re making the best rental decision possible.
Boston Apartment Location
Boston is the largest city in Massachusetts; it’s comprised of more than 20 officially designated neighborhoods, many of which have their own unique culture and amenities. Before your Boston apartment rental search, investigate each neighborhood to learn which will best fit your needs and lifestyle. Decide whether you need easy access to public transportation, a close proximity to work or school or whether you want to be close to or removed from all the action of the city.
Monthly Rental Budget
There is a vast selection of apartments for rent, homes for rent, houses for rent and townhouses for rent in Boston, MA at all price levels. Whether you are looking for a houses for rent, studio apartments or a room for rent; our search tools will serve as an excellent apartment guide keeping you on-budget. Get started by taking an honest look at your income and your expenses, and determine how much you can afford to pay for rent each month. Use that number as your limit and then begin your apartment search.
Apartment Features & Amenities
What rental amenities are important to you? Do you need a pet friendly apartment with an on-site dog park, on-site laundry facilities, or a security system? Once you've pinpointed how much money you have to spend on an apartment, consider which amenities are necessities, which ones would be nice to have and which ones you would be willing to forego. Ask the landlord if there are rent to own homes available in the complex or if they know of other cheap apartments or rooms for rent in the neighborhood.
Before signing an apartment lease, it's important to know what kind of reputation the apartment complex, landlord and/or property manager have within the community. Do your research and find out if there are any common complaints among past and/or present tenants. Ask lots of questions and if possible, speak with current tenants to get a real sense of what apartment life is really like in that property or community.
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