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Renting In Dc

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

Although Absorption Is High, Class A Apartment Rents Decline in DC

Although Absorption Is High, Class A Apartment Rents Decline in DC

Nena Perry-Brown | October 12th 2017

The decline in rents in DC proper data foreshadowed earlier this year came to fruition in the third quarter. ... read »

A Decline in Class A Apartment Rents on the Horizon?

A Decline in Class A Apartment Rents on the Horizon?

Nena Perry-Brown | April 12th 2017

The latest data on the Class A apartment market indicates that while absorption has rebounded from last quarter, there could be a slowdown on the... read »

Report: DC Residents Can Save 36 Percent on Rent with a Roommate

Report: DC Residents Can Save 36 Percent on Rent with a Roommate

Nena Perry-Brown | February 23rd 2017 | 1 Comment

A recent study by Trulia proves the conventional wisdom that renting with a roommate saves money, with data showing that renters can spend up to 36... read »

Class A Apartment Absorption Dropped Off in the DC Area in the Final Quarter of 2016

Class A Apartment Absorption Dropped Off in the DC Area in the Final Quarter of 2016

Nena Perry-Brown | January 26th 2017 | 2 Comments

After seven consecutive quarters of growth, Class A apartment absorption dropped off in the final quarter of 2016. ... read »

An FAQ on DC’s Tenant Opportunity to Purchase Act

An FAQ on DC’s Tenant Opportunity to Purchase Act

Nena Perry-Brown | December 5th 2016

In recent weeks, UrbanTurf has received a number of questions about DC's Tenant Opportunity to Purchase Act (TOPA), so we decided to answer those... read »

Class A Apartment Absorption in DC Area Remains High, But For How Long?

Class A Apartment Absorption in DC Area Remains High, But For How Long?

Nena Perry-Brown | October 13th 2016

The absorption of Class A apartments in the DC area remained above-average for the seventh consecutive quarter, according to a new report, but a... read »

If You Build Them: Class A Apartment Absorption Above Average for Sixth Consecutive Quarter

If You Build Them: Class A Apartment Absorption Above Average for Sixth Consecutive Quarter

Nena Perry-Brown | July 18th 2016

According to Delta Associates' most recent report, demand for rental housing remains strong, with Class A apartment absorption in the DC metro area... read »

$31 An Hour: The Cost of a Two-Bedroom Rental in the DC Area

$31 An Hour: The Cost of a Two-Bedroom Rental in the DC Area

Nena Perry-Brown | May 26th 2016

A recent report by the National Low Income Housing Coalition shows that fair market housing costs nationwide far exceed what is affordable for... read »

Dupont, Metro, Busboys and Poets: The Terms Used to Lure DC Renters

Dupont, Metro, Busboys and Poets: The Terms Used to Lure DC Renters

Nena Perry-Brown | May 24th 2016

Zillow's new infographic tool shows the most frequently-used terms in rental listings around the country. ... read »

DC Area Class A Rents Rise at Fastest Pace Since 2010

DC Area Class A Rents Rise at Fastest Pace Since 2010

Nena Perry-Brown | April 8th 2016

The rents for Class A apartments rose 2.6 percent over the last year, with the largest increases in the Upper NW sub-market, Rosslyn-Ballston... read »

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