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These charts and figures may have you reeling as you look for a place to live in Washington. In Urban Institute's latest study, it shows that the cost for homes skyrocketed 250 to 300 percent since 2000 for areas, including Shaw/Logan Circle and Ivy City/Trinidad/Carver Langston. Because of this, units for low-income residents have dropped significantly. You can also see just how much prices for affordable studios and one-bedrooms have tanked and how much rent has risen. [WCP; Curbed] - Michelle Goldchain