Median rent for residential apartments in Washington, DC as of Feb, 2023.
Remember to negotiate your rent according to median rental prices. Also, take into account that the price depends on the size/amenities of the apartment.
|Rent Price||Feb||vs Last Month|
|4+ bed apartments||$5,399||+3.5%|
|Rent Type Price||Feb||vs Last Month|
|Townhouses for rent||$3,623||-1.2%|
|Rooms for rent||$2,178||+5.3%|
|Lofts for rent||$3,588||+1%|
|Houses for rent||$4,184||-0.9%|
|Condos for rent||$3,205||-0.5%|
|Apartments for rent||$2,628||-11.2%|
The median rent for an apartment in Washington, DC decreased by 11.2% to $2,628. Statistics show that house rent price decreased by 0.9% this month making it up to $4,184. Condos faced an upward trend these days. The median rent for a condo decreased by 0.5%, it’s now available for $3,205. The median rent for a loft faced changes as well, it increased by 1%, the price tag now starts at $3,588. An average room will now go for $2,178, the median rent price for a room increased by 5.3%. The median rent for a townhouse decreased by 1.2%, you’ll have to spend around $3,623 to get one.