This September 1st, for the first time in four years, I will not be spending the day sweating. I will not be spending the day swearing, dodging countless U-Haul trucks in traffic, or making my loved ones wish they never agreed to help me out. I will not be moving.
Of course, it’s not all bad. It’s refreshing to unlock the door to your new apartment, to see a fresh, clean-ish space where all of your stuff might fit. You might even proclaim, “This is mine! All mine!” And after what you’ve probably gone through to acquire that apartment, you deserve to be proud. If you live in Boston, doubly proud. Here are some essentials for surviving the infamous Boston rental market.
1. Most apartment leases begin on September 1st.
With such a large student population, it’s natural for the Boston rental market to operate on a September 1st schedule…
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