Northeastern University has not created housing at the same rate at which it accepts students.
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Boston housing – especially in the areas adjacent to campus – is a seller’s market. There is a low supply of rental units and a non-stop pipeline of students from Northeastern and other nearby colleges into the market to keep the ball perpetually in the court of landlords and realtors.
Second semester is here, and in many ways it’s a bit disappointing the world didn’t end last month. Especially for all of you sophomores who have a firmly set group of friends from freshman year and are wandering into Off Campus Student Services and making calls to real estate agents. Apartment hunting season is on.
Did you miss the annual Apartment Fair? Still searching for an off-campus apartment? Tons of students came to start their apartment searches, look over sample leases and have their questions answered. But if you could not make it to the fair, not to worry – Off Campus Student Services (OCSS) […]
“We really want to be an advocate for students to ask questions before they sign the lease, rather than after the fact,” said OCSS Community Ambassador Chris Geddes, a junior economics major and Mission Hill resident of two years. “We outline the questions students should be asking before they sign anything.”
The year has barely begun, and yet it’s already the start of apartment hunting season. It seems to me that more and more students are looking to go off campus. I have personally taken part in the apartment search process for two years and always dread it. Each year, the […]