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Renting In Dc

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

The 5 Percent New Grocery Store Rent Premium

The 5 Percent New Grocery Store Rent Premium

Nena Perry-Brown | May 15th 2019

A recent study shows that apartments within a half-mile of a new grocery store in the DC area had rents 5 percent higher than the submarket average. ... read »

Are Studio Apartments in the DC Area a Pricier Option Than One Bedrooms?

Are Studio Apartments in the DC Area a Pricier Option Than One Bedrooms?

Nena Perry-Brown | January 28th 2019

Take note, renters: studios are not necessarily a steal. ... read »

When Rent Was $25 a Month and Georgetown Was the Affordable Place to Live in DC

When Rent Was $25 a Month and Georgetown Was the Affordable Place to Live in DC

Nena Perry-Brown | January 23rd 2019

A 1937 map of DC shows rental rates, block-by-block. ... read »

736 Square Feet: DC Has Fourth Smallest Apartments in the Country

736 Square Feet: DC Has Fourth Smallest Apartments in the Country

Nena Perry-Brown | November 28th 2018

A recent study found a dynamic in the nationwide rental market akin to what most grocery shoppers have observed: people are paying more, but they are... read »

Should Members of Congress Receive a Housing Stipend?

Should Members of Congress Receive a Housing Stipend?

Nena Perry-Brown | November 26th 2018

Between housing crises both nationwide and in the DC area, increased attention has been given to how to make it more affordable for regular people to... read »

A Bill to Keep DC Apartment Buildings Smoke-Free

A Bill to Keep DC Apartment Buildings Smoke-Free

Nena Perry-Brown | October 30th 2018

Last month, a bill was introduced in DC that would ban smoking around rental buildings in the city. ... read »

What Can DC Landlords Deduct from Your Security Deposit?

What Can DC Landlords Deduct from Your Security Deposit?

Nena Perry-Brown | April 24th 2018

Last year, the DC Council approved a series of amendments to the city's Rental Housing Act that, among other things, clarified exactly what can be... read »

DC Creates a Toolkit of Resources for City Tenants

DC Creates a Toolkit of Resources for City Tenants

Nena Perry-Brown | January 19th 2018

While DC is perceived as a very tenant-friendly town, wading through the city's bureaucracy to exercise your rights as a renter can still be daunting... read »

428,000 Visitors and 6,400 Hosts: Airbnb’s 2017 By the Numbers

428,000 Visitors and 6,400 Hosts: Airbnb’s 2017 By the Numbers

Nena Perry-Brown | January 11th 2018

In 2015, there were 142,000 Airbnb guests who visited DC. In 2017, there were almost that many guests in Ward 6 alone. ... read »

DC-Area Renters Pay $8,313 More Annually in Rent Now Than 20 Years Ago

DC-Area Renters Pay $8,313 More Annually in Rent Now Than 20 Years Ago

Nena Perry-Brown | December 1st 2017

A new study by Zillow shows that DC-area renters pay 8.5 percent more of their income on housing now than they did in 1985-2000. ... read »

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