Your Housing Options in Boston

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Buying a house

While it is true that the real estate market is not what it was before the recession, it is still possible to find a house for sale in Boston. Check out some of the real estate listings for the Boston area and see if there would be any house that would interest you at a price that you can afford. One of the effects that the recession has had was lowering the prices of real estate in many parts of the nation, so you might be able to find better deals on houses in the area.

However, owning a house is not for everyone. One of the effects of the recession was also the fact that mortgages are now harder to get than ever before. Also, as a homeowner, you will be responsible for making any repairs on the property should there be a problem with it. As a home owner it will also be up to you to pay any relevant taxes associated with owning real estate. Lastly, if you don’t like to stay in one place for too long, selling your home could prove to be quite a hassle.

Renting an apartment

You will find a good selection of apartments for rent scattered throughout Boston. Renting an apartment in Boston is much easier and less complicated as a whole when compared to buying a home. If you live alone in the city, a small apartment may be just what you need, as opposed to buying a house.

Apartment quality in Boston varies this is no different from any big city such as New York City or Atlanta. If you want to be sure that you will be getting a place that is clean, safe and provides all of the services that you need, your best bet would be to seek out luxury apartments Boston. You will get a much nicer apartment, as well as a building with more facilities for your comfort, such as a swimming pool, exercise room, etc. Rents for luxury apartments in Boston will depend on the size of the apartment and the area that it is located in. If you want a studio apartment, monthly rent will be around $1000 to $1500 per month. For a 1 bedroom apartment, however, rent is around $1600 per month.

Read more: Is It Better to Buy or Rent When Moving to Boston?

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Written by Bruce Garland, a Boston native and baseball enthusiast. Bruce wants to help you get the best apartments for rent Boston that you can through Fenway.


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