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$1,695Per Month

3300 16th Street, NW 3300 16th Street, NW Washington, DC#2541624

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,695

Studio available with amazing views! Ask about our Manager's Special!! - Studio available at The Park Monroe. This unit features 2 closets and nice big windows boasts amazing views. Located 2 blocks

$1,695Per Month

3300 16th Street, NW 3300 16th Street, NW Washington, DC#2541623

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,695

Studio available with amazing views! Ask about our Manager's Special!! - Studio available at The Park Monroe. This unit features 2 closets and nice big windows boasts amazing views. Located 2 blocks

$4,589Per Month

28 K St SE One Hill South Washington, DC#2541143

  • 2 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • $4,589

One Hill South (RLNE2796339)

$4,402Per Month

28 K St SE One Hill South Washington, DC#2541142

  • 2 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • $4,402

One Hill South (RLNE2796339)

$4,031Per Month

28 K St SE One Hill South Washington, DC#2541141

  • 2 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • $4,031

One Hill South (RLNE2796339)

$4,031Per Month

28 K St SE One Hill South Washington, DC#2541140

  • 2 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • $4,031

One Hill South (RLNE2796339)

$4,027Per Month

28 K St SE One Hill South Washington, DC#2541139

  • 2 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • $4,027

One Hill South (RLNE2796339)

$4,027Per Month

28 K St SE One Hill South Washington, DC#2541138

  • 2 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • $4,027

One Hill South (RLNE2796339)

$3,938Per Month

28 K St SE One Hill South Washington, DC#2541137

  • 2 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • $3,938

One Hill South (RLNE2796339)

$3,938Per Month

28 K St SE One Hill South Washington, DC#2541136

  • 2 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • $3,938

One Hill South (RLNE2796339)

$3,703Per Month

28 K St SE One Hill South Washington, DC#2541135

  • 2 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • $3,703

One Hill South (RLNE2796339)

$3,295Per Month

28 K St SE One Hill South Washington, DC#2541134

  • 2 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • $3,295

One Hill South (RLNE2796339)

$2,850Per Month

28 K St SE One Hill South Washington, DC#2541133

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $2,850

One Hill South (RLNE2796339)

$2,825Per Month

28 K St SE One Hill South Washington, DC#2541132

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $2,825

One Hill South (RLNE2796339)

$2,825Per Month

28 K St SE One Hill South Washington, DC#2541131

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $2,825

One Hill South (RLNE2796339)

$2,775Per Month

28 K St SE One Hill South Washington, DC#2541130

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $2,775

One Hill South (RLNE2796339)

$2,775Per Month

28 K St SE One Hill South Washington, DC#2541129

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $2,775

One Hill South (RLNE2796339)

$2,650Per Month

28 K St SE One Hill South Washington, DC#2541128

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $2,650

One Hill South (RLNE2796339)

$2,650Per Month

28 K St SE One Hill South Washington, DC#2541127

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $2,650

One Hill South (RLNE2796339)

$2,650Per Month

28 K St SE One Hill South Washington, DC#2541126

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $2,650

One Hill South (RLNE2796339)

$2,625Per Month

28 K St SE One Hill South Washington, DC#2541125

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $2,625

One Hill South (RLNE2796339)

$2,625Per Month

28 K St SE One Hill South Washington, DC#2541124

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $2,625

One Hill South (RLNE2796339)

$2,625Per Month

28 K St SE One Hill South Washington, DC#2541123

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $2,625

One Hill South (RLNE2796339)

$2,625Per Month

28 K St SE One Hill South Washington, DC#2541122

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $2,625

One Hill South (RLNE2796339)

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Apartments for rent District of Columbia

Better known as Washington, DC, most would assume the District of Columbia is the home to at least a couple million people, since it is the headquarters of the federal government. Nearly 700,000 people call the District of Columbia home, however, that number does rise to about a million people during the week, with people commuting to work from nearby Maryland and Virginia. The District of Columbia is also an attractive tourist destination given its history and home to the federal government. Families with children often treat a vacation to the District of Columbia as a learning experience, taking in all the monuments, museums, and historic sites. Pennsylvania Avenue is usually another stop on the vacation itinerary. With all the tourists roaming around and all the government employees calling The District of Columbia home while Congress is in session, one would believe apartments for rent or rent to own homes would be hard to come by. However, page through any apartment guide or browse rentals online, and you will see rental properties in the District of Columbia are plentiful, if you know where to look.

The District of Columbia enjoys mild winters, hot and humid summers, and mild springs and falls, making it the perfect place to enjoy the plentiful parks and other outside activities. Apartments for rent, condos, and rent to own homes in the District of Columbia are often spacious and full of the latest style appliances and amenities. The standard of living may be high in the District of Columbia, but at least prospective tenants know they get what they pay for, from indoor pools and saunas to exercise facilities and even heated, covered parking.

Cost of living

Considering that the federal government is one of the largest employers in the District of Columbia, the average income may meet the high cost of living. The economy in the District of Columbia is growing and diversified. There is an increasing amount of professional and business service jobs moving in. However, the District of Columbia does have a busy nightlife, and prospective tenants may want to keep their monthly budgets in check, especially if they dream of a studio apartment in Georgetown.

Apartment Rental Statistics District of Columbia

Rental Type Active
Listings
Minimum
Rent
Maximum
Rent
Average
Rent
Studio 63 $150 $2,300 $1,774
1 Bedroom 1,157 $1,021 $3,300 $2,627
2 Bedroom 401 $1,200 $4,964 $3,667
3 Bedroom 39 $1,800 $10,000 $4,229
Summary 1,660 $1,043 $3,091 $3,074
Updated: 14-Dec-2017 02:03:04 UTC

Renting tips & advice

Prospective tenants in the District of Columbia should keep these tips in mind, when looking for apartments for rent or rent to own homes.

Renting Apartments in Large cities

While technically, the District of Columbia is not considered to be a large city, the population can grow to over a million, when all the commuters from Maryland and Virginia are factored in. In fact, many people from Maryland and Virginia may even have a room for rent in the District of Columbia, in case they are too tired to make the drive home. Given the changing conditions of the neighborhoods, it is a good idea to schedule rental apartments visits at different times throughout the day and night to get the scope of the land, crime wise, before you sign any long term leases or contracts.

Student Apartments and Rooms for Rent

Considering the number of White House and government staffers who come and go throughout a session of Congress, apartment guides in the District of Columbia may be filled with descriptions of available rooms for rent. The District of Columbia is also home to Georgetown University and George Washington University, so it is highly possible that some affordable apartments for rent would be available for college students.

Age of the Apartment Building

Given the age and history of the District of Columbia, it is highly possible to come across apartments for rent or rent to own homes that have seen better days. It is always a good idea to keep a list of the features and amenities you cannot live without. There are no reasons why prospective tenants should settle for anything less than what they are looking for. Most property owners and landlords keep up on the latest styles and demands and they attempt to keep their dwellings modern to attract interest from all kinds of prospective tenants and that means being flexible and accommodating wherever is reasonably possible.

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