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$1,000Per Month

1509 Swann St NW 1509 Swann St NW Washington, DC#2351673

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,000

Very large one bedroom unit for rent in DC's BEST location AND prettiest street (Swann Street NW). You are walking distance from the best restaurants this city has to offer along 14th street (Teds Bul

$1,350Per Month

1360 Bryant St NE 1360 Bryant St NE Washington, DC#2351001

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,350

Terrific access to downtown D.C as well as point north into Maryland via New York Ave, short walk to Rhode Island metro station(Red Line), Or take H8 bus line around the corner. Discover everything yo

$2,650Per Month

28 K St SE One Hill South Washington, DC#2350779

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $2,650

One Hill South (RLNE2796339)

$1,695Per Month

1711 Massachusetts Avenue, NW 1711 Massachusetts Avenue, NW Washington, DC#2349452

  • Studio
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,695

DUPONT - LARGE STUDIO WITH OPEN FLOOR PLAN $1695/mo - Studio in the popular Boston House, close to many services, Johns Hopkins, Metro, and all that the Dupont neighborhood has to offer. Freshly pai

$2,265Per Month

2400 Pennsylvania Ave NW 2400 Pennsylvania Avenue Apartments Washington, DC#2349439

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $2,265

Live in one of the most convenient apartments in Washington, DC and surround yourself with world-class cultural, recreational, shopping and entertainment opportunities. Located on the corner of Pennsy

$1,700Per Month

2400 Pennsylvania Ave NW 2400 Pennsylvania Avenue Apartments Washington, DC#2349438

  • Studio
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,700

Live in one of the most convenient apartments in Washington, DC and surround yourself with world-class cultural, recreational, shopping and entertainment opportunities. Located on the corner of Pennsy

$2,907Per Month

2800 Quebec St NW Quebec House Apartments Washington, DC#2349282

  • 2 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $2,907

Two Fabulous Buildings. One Ultimate Location. In D.C.'s Cleveland Park Neighborhood.Searching for an apartment in Northwest Washington D.C.'s Cleveland Park with superb amenities and features?Welco

$1,735Per Month

925 25th St NW The 925 Apartments Washington, DC#2349281

  • Studio
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,735

Live in one of the coziest apartments in Washington, DC and surround yourself with thoughtful amenities. Located on the corner of 23rd St NW and K ST, NW, The 925 Apartments is just minutes away from

$1,585Per Month

925 25th St NW The 925 Apartments Washington, DC#2349280

  • Studio
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,585

Live in one of the coziest apartments in Washington, DC and surround yourself with thoughtful amenities. Located on the corner of 23rd St NW and K ST, NW, The 925 Apartments is just minutes away from

$2,650Per Month

28 K St SE One Hill South Washington, DC#2348194

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $2,650

One Hill South (RLNE2796339)

$1,725Per Month

450 K St NW 450K Washington, DC#2346388

  • Room for Rent
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,725

I am looking for someone to move into my room in a beautiful, 3 year old building in a great neighborhood. Our lease currently ends in July (with the option to extend). The room is spacious and has it

$1,500Per Month

2828 Connecticut Ave NW 2828 Connecticut Ave NW Washington, DC#2346345

  • 2 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,500

Enjoy the beauty of Rock Creek Park, stroll the shops of Connecticut Avenue, or take a walk to the National Zoo. Here at Connecticut Park Apartments, you enjoy both the comfort and convenience of the

$1,021Per Month

4257-4261 6th St SE 4257-4261 6th St SE Washington, DC#2346191

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,021

- No Pets Allowed (RLNE3653758) Amenities No Dogs Allowed No Cats Allowed

$1,282Per Month

4257-4261 6th St SE 4257-4261 6th St SE Washington, DC#2346190

  • 2 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,282

- No Pets Allowed (RLNE3653758) Amenities No Dogs Allowed No Cats Allowed

$1,282Per Month

4257-4261 6th St SE 4257-4261 6th St SE Washington, DC#2346189

  • 2 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,282

- No Pets Allowed (RLNE3653758) Amenities No Dogs Allowed No Cats Allowed

$1,450Per Month

1820 Clydesdale Place NW Unit 311 1820 Clydesdale Place NW Unit 311 Washington, DC#2339873

  • Studio
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,450

New To Market Studio Apartment for Rent In Adams Morgan- Furnished Or Unfurnished, Laundry, Bike Storage In Building! - Address: 1820 Clydesdale Place NW Unit 311 Washington, DC 20009 Name of Building

$1,575Per Month

2515 P Street, NW 2515 P Street, NW Washington, DC#2339837

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,575

$1575 / 1br - Georgetown/Dupont - Prime Location - Parking Available (2515 P Street NW Washington, DC) - ********2515 P Street NW #204 WDC 20007******* One of the most convenient addresses in the ci

$2,350Per Month

1420 Harvard St NW Apt 205 Harvard Condominium Fourteen Twenty Washington, DC#2339153

  • 2 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $2,350

Welcome to your new home located at 1420 Harard St, NW. It's a clean 2 Bedroom/ 1bath. Conveniently located in Columbia Heights area of northwest dc. Just seconds away from DC's amazing nightlife. Wal

$2,650Per Month

28 K St SE One Hill South Washington, DC#2336874

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $2,650

One Hill South (RLNE2796339)

$1,295Per Month

1527 - 17th Street SE 1527 - 17th Street SE Washington, DC#2336599

  • 2 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,295

2 BR unit, newly renovated, close to downtown and growing Anacostia Village. - Clean and Modern, 2 BR Apartment in Anacostia Village. Two bedroom apartment for rent at 1527 17th St. SE Apt. #2 20020.

$1,282Per Month

4257-4261 6th St SE 4257-4261 6th St SE Washington, DC#2336046

  • 2 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,282

- No Pets Allowed (RLNE3653758) Amenities No Dogs Allowed No Cats Allowed

$1,895Per Month

1355 17th Street, NW 1355 17th Street, NW Washington, DC#2335937

  • Studio
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,895

The Drake~Junior One Bedroom - This spacious Junior 1BR offers a complete kitchen including microwave, dishwasher, in unit washer/dryer and ice makers in the freezer. The Drake apartments are designe

$2,650Per Month

28 K St SE One Hill South Washington, DC#2335784

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $2,650

One Hill South (RLNE2796339)

$2,650Per Month

28 K St SE One Hill South Washington, DC#2335783

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $2,650

One Hill South (RLNE2796339)

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Apartments for rent Washington, DC

Washington, DC is no doubt one of the most powerful places in the world! Home to the White House, and all three centers of government (supreme court, congress and the president) are located in DC making it, by most accounts, the command center of the free world!

The population of DC swells during the workweek as much of the workforce commute from surrounding areas in Maryland and Virginia.  The climate in DC is best described as chilly winters with a small amount of snowfall and hot humid summers with a good amount of sunny days. Washington, DC has a diversified economy and strong underlying base.  There are many government jobs as well as an increasing supply of high-paying professional positions throughout the region.  Those considering a move to Washington, DC are in luck as the region has a low unemployment rate which makes finding jobs easier and especially so for educated job seekers.

Celebrated for its diverse culture and thriving arts and nightlife, Washington, DC is an increasingly attractive area to live.  For those who love to get active and be outdoors, Washington, DC is the place to be!  There are many great hiking trails and ample green spaces throughout the region.  Those seeking apartments for rent in Washington, DC are sure to find something that fits their wish list as Washington, DC rentals are generally available throughout the year.  Capitol Hill is one of the more residential neighborhoods to live in, especially if you have landed a job at the Hill. For those looking for a more hip and upbeat neighborhood, Logan Circle is just for you. This is considered the shopping and dining neighborhood of Washington. The region also has a good number of accredited universities and colleges which attract students from around the world adding to the diversity of the region and the unique energy and environment that is distinctly Washington, DC. 

Cost of living

The cost of living in Washington, D is generally considered to be above the national average. The cost of rent in Washington, DC is also considered above the national average, but cheap apartments are available throughout the region.  Those moving into the region, and especially first-time renters, are encouraged to budget wisely and to set sufficient funds aside to cover the cost of utilities, parking, and entertainment as costs can rise especially if left unattended.

Apartment Rental Statistics Washington, DC

Rental Type Active
Listings
Minimum
Rent
Maximum
Rent
Average
Rent
Studio 80 $175 $2,425 $1,823
1 Bedroom 174 $800 $3,500 $2,135
2 Bedroom 102 $1,282 $4,800 $2,883
3 Bedroom 39 $785 $12,500 $4,333
Summary 395 $761 $2,878 $2,794
Updated: 20-Oct-2017 02:03:07 UTC

Renting tips & advice

Those considering a move to Washington, DC are encouraged to keep the following helpful moving tips in when deciding which apartment for rent in Washington, DC is best for them.

Washington DC Apartments For Rent

Apartments for rent in Washington, DC are generally known to be smaller than those commonly found in other cities.  Prospective tenants are encouraged to limit their belongings before making their move. Consider keeping extra stuff in self-storage units, which offer safety features and good amounts of security for a low monthly cost.

Set A Rental Budget

If you are convinced that you can afford more than just basic facilities and want a few extras, then you should look at your options. That said, if you are seeking a private gym, swimming pool, childcare facilities and extra parking options all included in your Washington, DC rental be prepared to pay a little extra. Nothing is free in Washington! Tenants are encouraged to be reasonable when setting expectations.  If you have children, look for apartments for rent in Washington, DC that are close to schools, parks and playgrounds.  Focus on the essentials and be sure to stay within your budget.  A happy home starts with being one you can afford.  

Use Your Time Productively

Narrow down your search and save time in the process by focusing on rental apartments in Washington, DC that you could actually see yourself living in.  Look for apartments that are near your office or college campus, near friends or in trendy areas you plan on visiting often. The most productive use of your time is to set a budget and when you see something you like, act fast!  Let the landlord know you’re interested and submit your rental application as quickly as you can.  While there is a good supply of apartments for rent in Washington, DC there is a consistent demand for those properties.  Having your paperwork done and ready before beginning your search will also help to improve your chances of finding your next rental home.

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