Rent trend data in Washington, District of Columbia

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Washington Average Rent

As of October 2017, average rent for an apartment in Washington, DC is $2218 which is a 6.81% decrease from last year when the average rent was $2369 , and a 0.9% decrease from last month when the average rent was $2238.

One bedroom apartments in Washington rent for $2028 a month on average (a 6.51% decrease from last year) and two bedroom apartment rents average $2639 (a 7.31% decrease from last year).

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Washington Average Rent By Neighborhood

The most expensive Washington neighborhoods to rent apartments in are Foggy Bottom, U Street Corridor, and Shaw.
The cheapest Washington neignborhoods to rent apartments in are Deanwood, Anacostia, and Fort Totten-Upper Northeast.

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Foggy Bottom Apartments
U Street Corridor Apartments
Shaw Apartments
Ledroit Park Apartments
Logan Circle Apartments
Dupont Circle Apartments
Downtown Apartments
Woodley Park Apartments
Columbia Heights Apartments
Capitol Hill Apartments
Mount Vernon Square Apartments
Au-Tenleytown Apartments
Brentwood Apartments
South West Apartments
Petworth Apartments
Georgetown Apartments
Glover Park Apartments
Adams Morgan Apartments
Chevy Chase Apartments
Stadium-Armory Apartments
Cleveland Park Apartments
Kalorama Apartments
Catholic University-Brookland Apartments
The Palisades Apartments
Mount Pleasant Apartments
Brightwood Apartments
Fort Totten-Upper Northeast Apartments
Anacostia Apartments
Deanwood Apartments
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