Blog :: 10-2019

Off-Season Rentals Offer Good Deals

The peak spring and summer rental market season can be quite hectic.  Fast moving inventory, top dollar market pricing, and competing with qualified applicants.  All of this makes the stressful moving experience even more so.  After September 1st, however, there are deals to be had if one can wait to move.  The rental market tends to slow down during the fall and winter, and sometimes this leaves landlords with vacant apartments.  Great deals are available for those who can move quick, or fill odd dates.  This is also an opportune time to ask for some painting or touch up before move-in when typically there wouldn’t be time.  

Call us and speak with a qualified rental agent to find out more.

 


Current Fall Specials (click for more info):

Dartmouth St, South End - 2+BR/2BA Penthouse Duplex with Private Deck - $4,995

M St, South Boston - 1+BR/1BA Renovated Penthouse - $2,625

Marlborough St, Back Bay - 2BR/1BA Penthouse with Central Air - $3,450

Warren Ave, South End - 1BR/1BA Renovated with In-Unit Laundry - $2,375

 

 

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How to File for a Residential Exemption in Boston

If you own and live in your Boston property as your primary residence, you likely qualify for a residential exemption on your real estate taxes.  Through this exemption, the City releases you from paying part of your property taxes.  Last year, the residential exemption saved qualified homeowners up to $2,719.09 on their tax bill.

For Fiscal Year 2020, you have until April 1, 2020 to file the application.  For more information, including the application and other requirements, visit the City of Boston’s website here

There are a number of benefits to homeownership, and this exemption is one of them.  Be sure to take advantage!