Renting In Dc

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Renting In Dc, from most recent to least.

UT Reader Asks: Should You Buy If You Are Going to Leave DC and Rent Your Home?

UT Reader Asks: Should You Buy If You Are Going to Leave DC and Rent Your Home?

UrbanTurf Staff | April 8th 2014 | 27 Comments

In this installment of UrbanTurf Reader Asks, a reader wants to know if it makes sense to buy a unit in central DC when he knows that he will likely... read »

Rents Rise in NoMa and H Street, Fall on Capitol Hill

Rents Rise in NoMa and H Street, Fall on Capitol Hill

UrbanTurf Staff | April 7th 2014 | 4 Comments

Class A apartment rents in the region fell in the first quarter of 2014 versus the previous year, according to a report out late last week. But in a... read »

Rentals Grab Biggest Share of New Construction in Decades (and Maybe Ever)

Rentals Grab Biggest Share of New Construction in Decades (and Maybe Ever)

Lark Turner | March 10th 2014

About a third of the new homes built in 2013 were multifamily rental buildings, according to a recent article in The Wall Street Journal. ... read »

The Mission at 14th and R Will Likely Be High-End Rentals

The Mission at 14th and R Will Likely Be High-End Rentals

UrbanTurf Staff | March 7th 2014 | 6 Comments

Long thought to be a luxury condo project, the new development planned for the former Central Union Mission at 14th and R Street NW looks like it... read »

Report: DC Area Renters Save 34% By Living With Significant Other

Report: DC Area Renters Save 34% By Living With Significant Other

Lark Turner | February 10th 2014 | 1 Comment

Valentine's Day is just around the corner, so here's a topic of conversation to deploy over flowers: How much rent could you save by moving in with... read »

The Splitting the Rent Formula

The Splitting the Rent Formula

Shilpi Paul | December 3rd 2013 | 9 Comments

When sharing an apartment or group house, it only seems fair that those in bigger rooms should pay a higher share of the rent. But, how do you factor... read »

Rents Rise in Most Expensive U.S. Cities, But Drop in DC Area

Rents Rise in Most Expensive U.S. Cities, But Drop in DC Area

UrbanTurf Staff | November 5th 2013 | 8 Comments

Apartment rents continue to rise in the most expensive metropolitan areas in the country. That is, except for the DC region. ... read »

Rents Rise in Columbia Heights, Drop in Silver Spring, Upper NW

Rents Rise in Columbia Heights, Drop in Silver Spring, Upper NW

UrbanTurf Staff | October 4th 2013

A report out late Thursday analyzing the regional Class A apartment market states that rents in this sector dropped by 1.1 percent for new leases... read »

CityCenter Begins Leasing For November Move-Ins

CityCenter Begins Leasing For November Move-Ins

Shilpi Paul | October 2nd 2013 | 2 Comments

The long-awaited Apartments at CityCenter have begun leasing, UrbanTurf has learned. Move-ins are estimated to begin in November. ... read »

Curated Craigslist: New DC Website Highlights Young People-Friendly Rentals

Curated Craigslist: New DC Website Highlights Young People-Friendly Rentals

Shilpi Paul | September 12th 2013 | 7 Comments

One young DC resident has launched a website that aims to make the apartment-hunting process more enjoyable. ... read »

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