College Freshman 2013-11-15T01:17:16Z
Great choice to be honest. Because we don't have much choice for other areas, most of them are basically the same and they are all good and safe in general. As long as it's close to our campus, it's always the best. Prices are generally quite reasonable.
College Junior 2013-07-24T22:26:36Z
Living in Boston is very expensive, but surprisingly, living off campus in the city is cheaper than living on campus, so that is a "plus". The largest negative aside from the cost, is probably the realtors/management because they often aren't very helpful because the demand for housing is so high in Boston that they don't need to work with you.
College Junior 2013-01-27T17:49:14Z
It is true that finding off campus housing is pretty easy. I actually managed to get a place off campus before I even got to Boston because a friend of mine who had been attending Berklee for a year hooked me up. Apartments can get expensive so I highly suggest getting a work study job or a job at a local store after you get settled in.
College Sophomore 2013-01-27T06:16:44Z
I am a freshman living in the dorms. I have been looking into apartment living for next year but still don't have enough information to truly answer this question.
College Sophomore 2013-01-19T04:57:04Z
Housing in Boston is easy to find, being a college-dominated city. That being said, price is very expensive for an apartment and in order to find good, reasonably priced housing, you must begin looking far in advance. Quality ranges, as usual, and really the steepest hurdle is price. If you can find a roommate or two, this can help extensively.
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