For Rent in Boston
Where can I go for coronavirus-related housing help? Where can I find affordable housing? Answers to these and other questions here.
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Here’s regularly updated news and information for tenants as the pandemic upends an already infamously difficult rental market.
It’s unlikely there will be many evictions during the pandemic, but that doesn’t mean tenants are off the hook. Here’s the latest as of mid-April.
Hard to say. But a new analysis estimates that nearly 1 in 4 tenant and owner households regionally had trouble making the rent or the mortgage, likely due to the coronavirus pandemic.
There’s no broker fee either, and the place comes with access to a fitness center and a roof deck.
Just when so many tenants and prospective tenants could use a break, the numbers hold steady into April.
Unemployment and income loss will cause more households to spend more of their income on rent, new figures show—and higher earners might feel it the most.
It’s too early to gauge the pandemic’s effects, if any, on what’s still one the priciest U.S. cities for leasing an apartment.
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From repairs to rent increases to security deposits to withholding the monthly check, here’s what you should know if you lease a home in Greater Boston.
Remote leasing—or virtual tours, or renting sight unseen—is the new normal for now as brokers and landlords abandon traditional open houses and tours to help stem the spread of coronavirus.
New figures show year-over-year increases throughout the region, with Cambridge and Boston the most expensive municipalities for renting.
Market Central is a new three-unit complex off the Red Line and teeming with lifestyle-specific amenities, including free Bluebikes memberships for tenants.
A February report shows rents jumped year over year in places such as Boston, Cambridge, and Somerville. What else is new?
New statistics show that apartment rents haven’t budged much in 12 months—and they certainly haven’t dropped significantly.