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On average our clients save $1,500 renting with us instead of going through a brokerage.
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Boston Mayor Marty Walsh is taking a cue from the Empire State. On the heels of New York’s decision to eliminate broker fees for renters in the city in an unexpected addendum to last year’s rent laws, Walsh has announced the creation of a group that will study the idea of doing the same in Boston. Read more →
Even in normal times, renting an apartment in Boston can be a stressful affair. Now, as the city hits the traditional peak of its highly seasonal rental market — a time when thousands of college students sign leases for the coming school year — the coronavirus crisis is wreaking havoc on the process of finding a place to live around here. Read more →
For decades, Sept. 1 has served as the start of a new year for a significant population of Boston residents: college students. In student-heavy neighborhoods like Allston, Brighton, and Fenway, U-Hauls and SUVs line the streets that day, kicking off the city’s most famous rental cycle. Read more →
It’s one of the most hated things about apartment-hunting in Boston: that extra month’s rent you often have to fork over to a real estate broker just for the privilege of renting a beat-up two-bedroom in Allston or Somerville. But New York, one of the few other places in the United States where such broker fees are common, just banned them. Read more →