Housing Web Links
Helpful Websites about Moving to Boston
September 1st each fall is the busiest move-in day of the year in Boston, with thousands of apartments turning over across the city. If your lease begins on September 1st, and you can’t negotiate a different move-in date, then be prepared. Check out the following website for helpful information about moving into town on September 1st: http://www.newenglandpremiere.com/moving-to-boston
Apartment Rental Web Sites
This site has listings in the greater Boston area along with a map of the closest apartments. Listings start at studio size and go up to three bedrooms. There is a wide price range to choose from, and you may also search the listings by property features.
This site has listings in the greater Boston area as well as roommate listings and links to other sites. This site lists apartments for rent, furnished short-term apartments, and apartments and properties for sale. Listings start with studios and go up to five bedrooms.
This is a comprehensive directory of real estate properties throughout Massachusetts including homes, commercial, retail, office space, land, and more.
Craig’s List, a website famous for its many offerings, has listings in the greater Boston area, as well as other areas throughout the country. The List has apartment listings as well as roommate listings and links to other sites. This site lists apartments for rent, furnished short-term apartments, and properties for sale. Listings start with studios and go up to five bedrooms.
The information contained within this site is meant to assist students at the Boston University Medical Center in their search for off-campus housing; however, it may be a help for students at the School of Theology, as well. Please note that “commute times” on each listing refer to the commute to the Medical campus, not the Charles River Campus. The commute times may be more or less than those listed for this reason.
This is a service that will help you search for an apartment. After a 10 minute interview, they will look for an apartment that suits your needs. They will help to negotiate rent, fill out applications, and can serve as a guarantor. There is a large registration fee, but no broker fee (which would typically amount to one month’s rent).
Apartment listings can be found in the Sunday Boston Globe. You can check the print edition or search the online listings.