From metropolitan Boston to Nantucket, Massachusetts is a state imbued with historic cities and small towns, lovely beaches, bays, and forests. The state exemplifies the New England landscape and is home to its biggest city, Boston. Visitors come to explore museums, discover a new cove, or relax at a bed and breakfast. Many residents stay to work and play in the Bay State.
A significant portion of residents in Massachusetts move here to seek a higher education. In fact, more than 250,000 students converge on Boston along to attend some of the leading schools in the nation such as Boston University, Harvard and North Eastern. University of Massachusetts and Massachusetts College students are guaranteed also add to the mix of potential renters in the state.
Of course lots of residents move here for great job prospects such as in the financial services industry, insurance, health care and tourism. Companies such as John Hancock, Liberty Mutual, Fidelity Investments and Novartis are just a sample of the large employers that attract renters to this state.
Here are a few things we think you might like to do while renting an apartment in Massachusetts. Grab some sun screen and head to the ocean at Race Point Beach in Provincetown. Take a ferry ride over to Martha’s Vineyard and spend some time walking around the picturesque island. If plan to rent with children, at trip to the Boston Science Museum will get their imaginations running wild. A few other ideas would be the Minute Man National Historical Park in Concord, Plimoth Plantation in Plymouth and The House of the Seven Gables in Salem.