Infographic: How much is it to rent a one-bedroom in DC?

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Zumper recently examined May’s median rent prices of one-bedroom homes in Washington D.C. this summer. Here are its findings:

  • Over the past year, rents for both one and two-bedroom units in Washington D.C. have appreciated around 8 percent.
  • Downtown-Penn Quarter-Chinatown and Logan Circle-Shaw were tied for the most expensive rental neighborhood in May, both asking for a median of $2,600 a month for one-bedroom units.
  • The most affordable D.C. neighborhoods were Anacostia, Mount Rainier and Woodbridge-Fort Lincoln, ranging between $990-$1,200.DC_MonthlyPriceMedianMap_Summer2016-11 (1)