Rent.com analyzed data on average rental rates for one- and two-bedroom apartments, average square footage and the top five most common amenities in 10 major U.S. cities to give you an idea what you can actually expect to spend.
Co-living offers more flexibility than the traditional 12-month lease.
WASHINGTON – The D.C. metro area is about as expensive as it gets for renters in the United States. Among the country’s 50 largest cities, D.C. is the fifth priciest, according to a recent study…
The 11-story high rise on New Hampshire Avenue was bought by a new owner in March.
WASHINGTON — To afford a two-bedroom apartment, a D.C. household would need to bring in $28.04 an hour, according to a new report. The National Low Income Housing Coalition’s annual report details how much is…
At Cathedral Commons, the latest high-end luxury apartment to hit the market in the District, prices for a one-bedroom loft with a den start at $3,925 a month; a 3,183 square foot three-bed, three-bath unit rents for $9,500.
How expensive is it to rent an apartment in the District? Well, one D.C. neighborhood has made a list of the most expensive in the country.
The D.C. region is the priciest place to live in the country, the Bureau of Labor Statistics says.
As Americans spend more of their paychecks on rent, it\’s
becoming more difficult to make ends meet.
D.C.-area rents are higher than those in New York, Los Angeles and
Boston, according to data from the 2010 federal census.
Even in affluent Montgomery County, more have
started renting – and they\’re seeing problems.
Here\’s a secret that might seem odd: it\’s better to rent than own.