Massachusetts Apartments

Apartments and Rentals in Massachusetts (MA)

Alphabetical Directory of Cities in Massachusetts

 
 
 

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Largest Cities in Massachusetts

Massachusetts has several large cities that offer terrific apartments at a range of prices. Home to many famous attractions, Boston is the most populous urban center in the state. This capital city has numerous rental options. Cities such as Worcester and Springfield also provide an abundance of apartment listings.

Other Large Cities in Massachusetts

Across the entire state of Massachusetts, renters will find smaller urban communities where they can access reasonably priced apartments. Somerville, Fitchburg, and Northampton are examples of cities that offer plenty of apartments at a variety of rates.

 

Average October Rental Rates in Massachusetts


Bedrooms Rent Diff*
Studio $1,521 (544)
One Bedroom $1,730 (770)
Two Bedroom $2,028 (850)
Three Bedroom $2,430 (959)
note: when compared with the national average

 

Massachusetts Rental Rates as Compared to States Nearby


State Rent Diff
Massachusetts $2028 -
Rhode Island $1317 (-711)
Connecticut $1492 (-536)
Vermont $1398 (-630)
New Hampshire $1271 (-757)
New York $2760 (732)
 

Rental Trends in Massachusetts


Month Rent Change
May $1961 -
June $2033 (72)
July $2062 (29)
August $2075 (13)
September $2070 (-5)
October $2028 (-42)
 

Information about Massachusetts

Massachusetts is a beautiful New England state that’s filled with rustic villages, medium-sized towns, and expansive metropolitan hubs. Also known as The Commonwealth or the Bay State, Massachusetts has a diverse set of communities that can suit a variety of tastes.

Although considered a smaller state by its total land area, The Commonwealth has a total population of about 6.6 million people, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Major urban centers like Boston, Springfield, Lowell, and Worcester significantly contribute to the overall state population. Key sectors of the Massachusetts economy include technology, higher education, tourism, and health care. The city of Boston also is a major financial hub. Highly ranked academic institutes like Harvard University and Williams College also are located in Massachusetts.

Geographically, Massachusetts has plenty to offer, so no matter where you live, a few hours drive can bring you to either the mountains or the beach. Cape Code or “The Cap” is a famous destination along the Atlantic Ocean where you can find great restaurants, leisurely activities, and fine beaches. People who love to shop have plenty of options in Massachusetts. Boston has first-class shops and boutiques along its famed Newbury Street, but if you’re looking for a major shopping center, the Bay State is home to two of the nation’s largest malls. The Berkshires in Western Massachusetts is another lovely region. Many people enjoy places like the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge or the Tanglewood Music Center in Lenox.

Whether you’re going to live in the Bay State for the long haul or only plan to make a temporary move, check out apartment listings by using MyApartmentMap.com