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Introducing Washington, District of Columbia
Introducing Washington, District of Columbia. We are glad to help show you around. There are 728 local submarkets in Washington. Local apartment shoppers in this town enjoy the good restaurants available. People here like Washington, DC for many desires, amongst which are location, affordability, availability, schools, parks, and the lifestyle they can experience when living in this city. This local housing and lifestyle guide will explore of this and more! We invite you to explore 6,158 multifamily communities for lease in this municipal area.
Our team of engineers and researchers works hard to bring you comprehensive Lifestyle Ratings of rentals in areas across the United States, including Washington. Our Lifestyle Ratings help you zero-in on the perfect place to call home. This takes in many factors including filtering automatically for easy access to the parks, luxury housing options, kid and pet-friendly communities, availability of transit options, and more. Find Lifestyle Search in the filter options (above). Happy Searching!
Getting Around Washington
This part of Washington is really good for walking and exercising on foot, rated far better than many other cities in District of Columbia. For keeping active by walking frequently, areas among the best cities and towns in the United States. It is a place in which with roads and sidewalks layed out as they are, a truly urban lifestyle is possible where residents can be completely self-sufficient on foot, without having to use their vehicle for your daily needs.
Are you a avid bike rider? If so, you will love Washington. This town is rated highly for Bike Score, BikeScore includes the availability of bike lanes, an abundance of bikeable destinations, and individual feedback from thousands of bicycle riders.
Schools in Washington, DC
When you have students in the family, choosing a location with good education and schools is important. Choosing a rental is an opportunity to benefit your children with favorable education opportunities. Our researchers help you determine the most obvious option for your kids by providing school info with each home and apartment listing on our site.
Take a look at Dunbar High School, the highest-rated high school in this area. Take notice of Walker-Jones Education Campus, the highest-rated middle school in this city. For school-age children be sure to take a look at Seaton Elementary School, the highest-rated elementary school in this town with a GreatSchools Rating of 8/10. Many students from nearby Georgetown call this area home.
Washington Points of Interest
US Soldiers & Airmens Home is in this town. Chesapeake and Ohio Canal is located near here. This municipal area contains ZIP 20009.
Pet Friendly Apartments
Pet Friendly apartment complexes are available in this market.
Washington Rental Pricing
An apartment unit in Washington is on average $2,876. The average home rent in this city is $6,080. An apartment home for rent in this city costs renters from $569 to $10,000. Studio apartments average $2,010 and range from $685 to $10,000. One bedroom apartments average $2,336 and range from $585 to $6,365. A 2 bedroom apartments averages $2,885 and ranges from $569 to $10,000. Three bedroom apartments average $3,295 and range from $900 to $10,000. 4 bedroom (and larger) apartments average $2,327 and range from $1,150 to $9,614.
Low Income / Section 8 in Washington
This town lists low income apartment communities for you to lease. Low income multifamily communities are affordable apartments provided most often through city and county-level social programs. Our research shows this area may be a great place to look for your next place to rent.
In addition to official or sponsored low-income housing, 'naturally-occuring affordable housing' (NOAH) apartment units for rent are available for rent. These are apartment units waiting for you in the open market that are created by natural market conditions, and in the same price range as designated low-income multifamily units.
Frequently Asked Questions about Washington
How much are Studio apartments in Washington?
The pricing for 911 Studio Apartments in Washington currently ranges from $685 to $10,000 with an average price of $2,020.
What is the current price range for One Bedroom Washington Apartments for rent?
Today's rental pricing for One Bedroom Apartments in Washington ranges from $585 to $10,000 with an average monthly rent of $2,323.
What does renting a Two Bedroom Apartment in Washington cost?
The monthly rent prices of Two Bedroom Apartments currently available in Washington range from $569 to $10,000. Today's average rental price for Two Bedrooms here is $2,881.
How expensive are Washington Three Bedroom Apartments?
There are currently 992 Three Bedroom Apartments listings available in Washington on ApartmentHomeLiving.com. The pricing ranges from $900 to $10,000 - averaging $3,299 for the location.