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Tips on apartments in Boston

Discussion in 'Indians in Boston' started by krithika, Jan 24, 2007.

  1. krithika

    krithika New IL'ite

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    Hi,

    We are relocating to US from India. We are looking for an apartment to stay for around an year. Office is at downtown (Cambridge). And I have a 7 month old kid as well. Should we look around downtown or Quincy or any other place? Our budget is around 1000-1500. Any tips and suggestions would be very helpful.

    Thanks,
    Krithika.
     
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  2. purimetla

    purimetla New IL'ite

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    Usually people try to live in the suburbs and commute to Boston downtown for work rather than living there(as its very expensive). If you want to travel by train everyday: look for apartments around quincy, framingham, revere, malden etc. Goto MBTA.com > Official Website for Greater Boston's Public Transportation System and calculate the distance+expenses when making a decision. Hope this helps.
     
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    vijianand Senior IL'ite

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    Dear Krithika,

    I hav lived for six months in MA. It is a nice place. You can look for apartments in rent.com, forrent.com sites. They have options like the no. of rooms u r looking for, say, 2bed 2bath or 1 bed like that. Plces like Framingham, Worcester hav train facilities, check on them too.

    All the best,
    Viji.
     

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