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Oxon Hill, MD Demographics
- Total Population18,049
Female 8,528Male 9,521
- Median Age43.3
In total, Oxon Hill, MD has 18,049 residents, 9,521 women and 8,528 men, per U.S. Census records. The median age of Oxon Hill’s population is 43.3.
Average Rent in Oxon Hill, MD
- Oxon Hill, MD Average Rental Price, July 2022 $1,514 /mo
The average rent for an apartment in Oxon Hill, MD is $1,514 per month.
Oxon Hill, MD Apartment Rent Ranges
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The average rent for an apartment in Oxon Hill, MD is $1,514, whereas the average monthly rent in the U.S. is $1,706.
Oxon Hill, MD Households
- Total Number of Households6,900
Family 4,374Non-family 2,526
Children 2,012No Children 4,888
- Average People Per Household2.61
- Median Household Income$88,718
- Median Housing Costs Per Month$1,534
Oxon Hill, MD has 6,900 households. According to the most recent Census data, there are 4,374 family households and 2,526 non-family households in the city. 2,012 Oxon Hill households have children and 4,888 households do not. The average number of people living in a household in Oxon Hill, MD is 2.61. The median income in Oxon Hill is $88,718 per household per year, with $1,534 spent on housing monthly.
Oxon Hill, MD Education Statistics
4% of the Oxon Hill, MD population have no high school education, according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau. 36% of the city’s residents went to high school, 28% completed some college, 5% of the population earned an Associate Degree, 16% earned a Bachelor Degree, and 11% earned a Graduate Degree.
Renting a 1 bedroom apartment in Oxon Hill, MD
One bedroom apartments in Oxon Hill, MD are typically 815 Sq.Ft. in size and the monthly rent is $1,556, on average. With 82 apartments listed for rent, it’s best to narrow down your choices before you begin your search. If you’re only interested in cheap one bedroom apartments, you can filter your search results by setting a maximum price. If you’re looking for a one bedroom furnished apartment, you can check the box "furnished" under amenities. There are many other options and filters you can apply to your search to streamline the process and find your next apartment faster and more efficient. Is a luxury rental more your style? If you sort your search results by rent descending, you will notice that the most expensive rental in Oxon Hill, MD right now costs $4,564 per month. So many choices, so little time.
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The city of Oxon Hill, MD is a great place to call home. Among its many great qualities, it has a variety of rental housing options. One of the most popular choices for Oxon Hill, MD's singles and couples are single bedroom apartments. They’re an upgrade from a studio in the sense that they offer more square footage, a separate bedroom, and more room to entertain. They’re also typically more expensive. But with a little diligence and some smart search tools, you can get around that problem. To find an affordable 1 bedroom, sort your search by price, ascending. The lowest priced apartment in Oxon Hill, MD right now has an asking rent of $990. One bedroom efficiency apartments are a great choice as well. Though they may be smaller than a traditional one bedroom apartment, they’re definitely cheaper and you’ll still be able to enjoy the privacy of a separate bedroom.