It’s no secret that Americans, especially younger Americans, want to rent. 50% of the adult US population, and almost 60% in urban areas, choosing to rent rather than buying a home. With numbers like this, every agent should consider building rentals into their business plan. Everyone also wants to rent in Boston.
Rental Beast wants real estate agents to know 100% of the data available in their area. Our database has over 7 million (and counting!) off-MLS listings. We want you to know what’s in our database, so we’ve compiled some homes available to rent in the Greater Boston Area. The average rental price for a rental Boston as of July 2019 is nearly triple the national average, but that doesn’t mean that all homes in Boston and its surrounding suburbs are out of reach.
Take a peek at our selection of Rental-Beast approved listings in the greater Boston area that come in below average rent. Click on any image to find out more information!
Walker’s Paradise in Cambridge— 2000$
With a Walk Score of 95 and public transit less than a mile away, this studio apartment boasts excellent access to restaurants, cafes, and stores, and is only minutes from Harvard University.
Green Line Find in Brookline— 2015$
Brookline, an affluent suburb of Boston and hub for young professionals, has lots of amenities and green spaces. Situated equidistant between Coolidge Corner and Washington Square, and right on public transport, this studio apartment offers a tenant the best of urban and suburban living.
City Slicker in Boston— 2550$
Check out this beautiful apartment right in the heart of Boston. Live steps away from the Boston Commons, an AMC theater, and a few blocks from Newbury street. With super-cool industrial views and wood-flooring, it’s an ideal apartment for lux downtown living without a price tag that will break the bank.
Views in Boston— 3625$
Imagine seeing this view from your living room while you sip your morning coffee! This apartment comes with a hefty price tag that’s a few hundred dollars over average price, but it might be worth it.
Suburban Saver in West Roxbury— 2800$
West Roxbury’s about a 50 minute car ride or 35 minute train ride to downtown Boston. But getting outside of Boston also means paying a lower-than-average price for a space on a tree-lined street. Take, for example, this nicely priced two bedroom rental with hardwood floor throughout.
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