Boston is Ranked #3 Most Expensive Rental Market

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Zumper ranked Boston as the third most expensive rental market in the United States.

Boston moved up two spots, with one-bedroom rent growing 3.3% to $2,480. Two-bedroom rent saw no fluctuation at $2,700/month. 

A major benefit of working with one of our Real Estate Agents is the access you will have to our exclusive, elite list of preferred contacts, from lenders and attorneys to home inspectors and handymen. Being ranked #3 on the list of most expensive rental markets in the United States means renting is becoming more and more difficult for many people living and working in and around Boston.

We speak to people daily about whether or not they have ever considered purchasing rather than renting. Most of the responses we hear are that people don't think they can afford it. Let us be the first to tell you: With the right guidance and patience, buying is a real possibility for everyone

We work with only the best lenders and our lenders are on stand-by to walk you through the pre-qualification process. Even if you don't qualify for a mortgage loan today, our lenders will work with you to guide you towards home ownership, from daily, actionable money-saving tips to rectify your credit score. 

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