You’ve graduated! Now where do I find an apartment?

As Boston rent cost has exceed $2000 Boston is now the FOURTH most expensive place to live in the US. A fully furnished high end apartment for one year might allow you to save enough for a deposit for a house. Here are four ways to find a no-fee apartment in Boston.

  1. Apartment at Chroma Free Rent in Boston
    For the next month. Sumu and Chroma are putting one lucky winner up into an apartment at Chroma in Cambridge. It’s even furnished by Wayfair! All you have to do is donate $10 to Y2Y Harvard Square to enter. Easy as that. Even if you don’t make it in, Chroma never charges a broker’s fee.

  2. Craigslist No Fee Apartments
    An oldy, but a good one. Craigslist’s No Fee Apartment section is a great resource for finding no-fee and for-rent-by-landlord apartments in Boston.

  3. Renthop
    Boston’s fresh newcomer, Renthop specializes in cheap apartments to rent. You can filter by “No Fee” and narrow down your search.

  4. Sumu
    And us! We believe that finding an apartment should be cheap. Sumu works with property managers and landlords to posts fee-free apartments that are real and accurate. For apartments in Boston, check out

If you want to get the jumpstart and find apartments and apartment shares today, sign up for Sumu. Hundreds of available rooms, apartments, and roommates at your fingertips. Find your home!