Moving to Boston: the complete guide and tips you need
Massachusetts is one of the oldest apartment states in the USA.
Finding a property in Massachusetts is the dream of many.
With its capital, Boston, it stands out for its universities, colleges, and for the highest level of well-being among the highest in the world.
More and more foreigners every year are trying to find a home in Boston.
If you want to join the 4.5 million inhabitants of this magnificent city, you will simply have to follow our advice and the small but essential guide, signed Realigro of course!
So, let's start!
Everything depends on your needs and requirements.
If you're a university student, you can't miss the universities of Cambridge and Misson Hill and the best neighborhood for kids, the North End.
The cheapest rentals ?
Dorchester and Charlestown!
The documents required are different.
If you have to move, you'll need a visa to be able to settle and work permanently. To obtain a visa you will first have to fill in an online form called ''DS-160'' on the website of the US Department of State, or, alternatively, arrange an interview at the Embassy or Consulate.
The Passport is fundamental! (do not forget it!)
The work is based on a simple word: meritocracy
Opportunities are tailored to your skills and you won't have any trouble getting into the job market because the job offer is among the highest in the world.
Salaries are high and proportionate to the cost of living (up to 3,500 euros per month), which will allow you to enjoy better government services and public transport (really advanced!).
Let's see the cost of living
Just to get an idea, here are the main prices of the basket of goods to better understand how to ride economically in Boston.
- A dinner in a mid-range restaurant: 60€ - A cappuccino at the bar: 3,28€
- One half-litre bottle of water: 1.4€
- One litre of milk : 0,7€
- One kg chicken: 9,7€
- One kg of apples: 3,8€
- One kg of tomatoes: 3,95€
- A bottle of wine at the supermarket: 11,93€- A bus ticket: 2,16€
- Internet: 53€ per month
And now, the button you think is sore, but in reality it's not at all the price of rents.
An apartment in the city center can reach 2000 euros per month, while, moving to the suburbs you get to 1400 euros per month.
We advise you to consider the idea of occupying an apartment not exactly central, as you can reach every point of the city, quickly and cheaply.
See? It 'was very simple
You're ready to pack your bags and move to one of the richest and most beautiful places in America!
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