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What $3,400 rents in D.C. right now

See your options in neighborhoods like Hillcrest and Adams Morgan.

What $2,800 rents in D.C. right now

See your options in neighborhoods like downtown and Benning.

What $1,700 rents in D.C. right now

See your options in neighborhoods like Brightwood Park and Chevy Chase.

What $2,100 rents in D.C. right now

See your options in neighborhoods like Cleveland Park and Bloomingdale.

What $2,500 rents in D.C. right now

See your options in neighborhoods like Adams Morgan and Langdon.

What $3,600 rents in D.C. right now

See your options in neighborhoods like Columbia Heights and Dupont Circle.

What $3,100 rents in D.C. right now

These newer listings are in Dupont Circle, Glover Park, Columbia Heights, and elsewhere.

New Navy Yard apartment building near Nationals Park almost entirely leased

Market-rate apartments at the Harlow are renting for an average of nearly $3,000 a month.

Nearly half of D.C. renter households ‘cost-burdened’: report

Blame supply and demand—or the number of affluent tenants in the Washington metro region.

What $2,600 rents in D.C. right now

See your options in neighborhoods like Queens Chapel and Cleveland Park.

What are the D.C. area’s most expensive ZIP codes for renting?

No. 1: 20037, which covers parts of Foggy Bottom, West End, and Dupont Circle.

What $2,100 rents in D.C. right now

See your options in neighborhoods like Ivy City and Capitol Hill.

What $1,600 rents in D.C. right now

See your options in neighborhoods like Chevy Chase and Southwest.

What $1,900 rents in D.C. right now

See your options in neighborhoods like Hill East and Forest Hills.

More outsiders are searching for rentals in the D.C. area, report finds

Most of the searchers are in the vicinity of New York City, according to HotPads.

What $2,300 rents in D.C. right now

See your options in neighborhoods like Adams Morgan and Columbia Heights.

What $2,700 rents in D.C. right now

See your options in neighborhoods like Brightwood and Deanwood.

What $3,100 rents in D.C. right now

See your options in neighborhoods like Kalorama Triangle and the H Street NE corridor.

What $3,400 rents in D.C. right now

See your options in neighborhoods like Navy Yard and Bloomingdale.

What $2,900 rents in D.C. right now

See your options in neighborhoods like Forest Hills and the U Street NW corridor

What $1,500 rents in D.C. right now

See your options in neighborhoods like Carver/Langston and Takoma

What $1,700 rents in D.C. right now

See your options in neighborhoods like Capitol Hill and Glover Park

Report: $132K in income is needed to comfortably rent a two-bedroom in D.C.

That puts the city behind only San Francisco and New York, per a recent study

What $2,000 rents in D.C. right now

See your options in neighborhoods like Penn Quarter and West End

Six alternatives to Craigslist you should know about

There’s no shortage of online platforms with which to find an apartment in D.C.

Over two-thirds of one-bedrooms near Metro stations see higher rents in 2019: report

The median rent for transit-accessible one-bedroom homes increased 2.4 percent

What $2,300 rents in D.C. right now

See your options in neighborhoods like Shaw and Palisades

What $3,000 rents in D.C. right now

See your options in neighborhoods like Woodley Park and the H Street NE corridor

What $3,500 rents in D.C. right now

See your options in neighborhoods like Southwest and Georgetown

What $2,600 rents in D.C. right now

See your options in neighborhoods like Truxton Circle and Mount Pleasant

What $2,200 rents in D.C. right now

See your options in neighborhoods like Shaw and Woodley Park

What $2,800 rents in D.C. right now

See your options in neighborhoods like Columbia Heights and Southwest

What $3,200 rents in D.C. right now

See your options in neighborhoods like Woodley Park and Logan Circle

What $2,600 rents in D.C. right now

See your options in neighborhoods like Cathedral Heights and Eckington

What $3,000 rents in D.C. right now

See your options in neighborhoods like Takoma and Carver/Langston

What $2,500 rents in D.C. right now

See your options in neighborhoods like the U Street NW corridor and Takoma

What $1,800 rents in D.C. right now

See your options in neighborhoods like Brookland and Bloomingdale

In-unit laundry the most sought-after apartment amenity in Washington, report says

Tenants also want air-conditioning and a balcony, and they’d love it if their apartments came furnished.

What $2,100 rents in D.C. right now

See your options in neighborhoods like the H Street NE corridor and Brookland