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House Rentals In Massachusetts

There are many reasons to consider houses for rent in Massachusetts. One of the many impressive facts for Massachusetts is that it has never experienced a population decrease in any ten-year period since 1800. This goes to show you how pleased Massachusetts residents are and have been with their living situations. Another impressive fact is that the average income is over $50,000. This is the third highest in the country. The reason for such a high average annual salary has a lot to do with Massachusetts being home to more than a dozen Fortune 500 companies. This leads to many high-paying job opportunities. If you play your cards right, you can land a high-paying job, rent a house and have plenty of money left over for travel and other discretionary items. Even if you don't work for a Fortune 500 company, Massachusetts is still well known for its job opportunities. Potential fields to work in are education, health care, finance and tourism. Thanks to all these job opportunities, the unemployment rate in Massachusetts is almost always considerably lower than the rest of the country. If none of the industries above sound appealing to you, consider working on a farm. There are over 7,700 farms to choose from.

If you're looking to rent a house in Massachusetts and you would like to stay awhile, consider houses for rent in Charlestown. This is an upscale area that offers a small-town atmosphere. Rental homes here will often offer impressive features such as hardwood floors, an eat-in-kitchen, a patio, a basement and perhaps even a study. If you would like to live close to Downtown Boston yet not too close to the action, consider Jamaica Plain. Many of the houses for rent in Jamaica Plain are offered short term. This is a great way to familiarize yourself with the city because you will be within walking distance to shops, restaurants and even the Arboretum. House features are likely to include hardwood floors, ceiling fans, a deck and possibly even a private garden. For the best of the best when it comes to house rentals in Massachusetts, consider Brighton. The best part about living here is that you can walk to Back Bay. The house rental options here are also impressive. You can find a 3-bedroom/2.5-bathroom fully-furnished home with ease. Features may include granite countertops, French doors, at least one deck, a basement, a home office, an attic and a large yard. House rentals in Brighton are likely to be more modern than house rentals in Charlestown and Jamaica Plain. The average price for all three house rental areas listed above is approximately $2,500 to $3,500 per month.

If you want to rent a house in the heart of Boston, you're going to have to pay a bit more. However, these higher prices are well worth paying. Boston is one of the cleanest and most vibrant cities in the country. While the shopping, art and music industries all flourish here, the nightlife and sports scenes are unbeatable.

 
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