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Homebuyers Motivated by Boston's 3rd Highest in Nation Rents

May 9, 2018 9:07:31 AM

The Boston rental market likely is encouraging more tenants to consider homeownership and braving the low inventory Boston area real estate market.

Boston Rents Push Tenants to Become HomebuyersThe average Boston rent reached $3,255 in April 2018, making it the third most expensive rental market in the United States after Manhattan and San Fransisco, according to data compiled by the RENTCafe Blog. Boston rent increased 2 percent compared to April 2017.

Cambridge, Massachusetts' average rent was the fifth most expensive at $3,020. The national average for rent in April was $1,377. Cambridge rents increased 1 percent, and rents nationally rose 3.2 percent on a year-over-year basis.

Nationally, the average rent for a studio apartment in April 2018 was $1,216, a one-bedroom was $1,241, a two-bedroom averaged $1,454, and a three-bedroom unit rented for $1,682. National averages include 130 rental markets across the United States.

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Topics: Boston, Cambridge MA, Real Estate Market, Real Estate Misc., Home-buying Tips

    

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