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Renting In Dc

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

U.S. Apartment Rents Hit New High in March as DC Rents Increase 12%

U.S. Apartment Rents Hit New High in March as DC Rents Increase 12%

UrbanTurf Staff | Apr 20th

The monthly rental report from Redfin found that the asking rent in the country increased 17% year over year to a record high of $1,940 in March.... read»

The 5 Percent New Grocery Store Rent Premium

The 5 Percent New Grocery Store Rent Premium

Nena Perry-Brown | May 15th

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 | Jan 28th

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 | Jan 23rd

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 | Nov 28th

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 | Nov 26th

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 | Oct 30th

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 | Apr 24th

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 ded... read»

DC Creates a Toolkit of Resources for City Tenants

DC Creates a Toolkit of Resources for City Tenants

Nena Perry-Brown | Jan 19th

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 | Jan 11th

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

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