Last week, Apartment List released its May rent report for Washington D.C, showing D.C. metro’s rent growth surpassing that of the national average in April.
- Over the past month, D.C. rents increased by 0.9 percent. This led to a year-over-year growth rate of 3.0 percent.
- A two-bedroom in D.C. is renting for the median price of $3,000, with one-bedrooms at $2,170.
- Foggy Bottom-GWU-West End continues to be D.C.'s most expensive neighborhood for renters.
- The neighborhood experiencing the fastest rent increase in D.C. right now is H Street-NoMa.