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Living in the Midst of History in D.C.’s Fort Totten

Fort Totten got its name from a fort that was built during the Civil War as part of the Northern Defenses. The fort itself...

Experience The Feel of the Past in D.C.’s Colonial Village

Colonial Village is an area in North-West Washington, D.C., built in the 1930s with impressive colonial-style homes and which holds a lot of history....

D.C.’s Adams Morgan Exudes Multiculturalism and Fun

Adams Morgan was known for its eclectic mix of restaurants, clubs and bars long before multiculturalism became so popular. It boasts a mix of...

D.C.’s Woodley Park – an Affluent Neighborhood, Perfect for Hiking Enthusiasts

Woodley Park is an affluent, mostly residential, neighborhood in Northwest Washington D. C., which is home to the National Zoo, located within Rock Creek...

D.C.’s Historical Foggy Bottom – in the Heart of it all

Foggy Bottom is one of the oldest historical neighborhoods in Northwest Washington, D.C, located in the heart of the city and dating back to...

Enjoy All the Trendy Shops and Eateries in D.C.’s Logan Circle

Logan Circle Historic has buildings which vary in style, detail and materials. The area boasts many historical residential buildings of Victorian and Richardsonian architecture,...

D.C.’s Columbia Heights is a Foodie’s Paradise

Columbia Heights is a diverse neighborhood in Northwest Washington D.C. which is home to many historic buildings, row houses, as well as some embassies....

Experience the Art, History and Culture of D.C.’s Dupont Circle

DuPont Circle in Washington, D.C., has something for everyone, with numerous bars, restaurants and shops catering to a variety of tastes. The neighborhood is...

Living in Navy Yard, the Hottest Neighborhood in D.C.

For the past 200 years, the locals have never referred to the urban riverfront area, from southeast Washington to the South of Capitol Hill...

Mount Vernon Square, D.C.’s Hip and Historic Neighborhood

Mount Vernon Square is both a city square and a neighborhood found in Northwest Washington, D.C. It's located where Massachusetts Avenue NW, New York...

Washington DC Self Storage Helps When Moving There and Afterwards

Washington DC attracts many Americans who want to advance their careers, but moving can be stressful and housing there might not be so spacious....

Top 10 Best Neighborhoods in Washington, D.C.

Living in the nation’s capital can be both exciting and overwhelming, depending on how one feels about living in the political nexus of the...

Rent Specials on the Rise in Washington DC: 10 of the Best Deals on Apartments Right Now

Although people were less willing to move this year and apartment-hunting was more complicated than usual, there has been an upside to it all...

Holiday Cheer & Charity in Washington, DC

It’s the busiest time of the year, with presents to be bought, food to be cooked, and trees to be decorated. While it’s easy...

This Christmas, Shop Local in D.C.

Purchasing amazing gifts, beautiful decorations, and the right ingredients to prepare a home-cooked Christmas dinner can feel like a marathon right before Christmas. To...

Almost 300% More LEED-Certified Eco-Friendly Apartments in Large-Scale Buildings in a Decade

Key highlights: The number of new LEED-certified rental units in large-scale buildings dropped for the second year in a row with 42,900 units delivered last...

Goodbye LA, Hello Phoenix: Affordable Housing Makes Second-Tier Metros Top Choices for Moving

With the middle-class squeezed by the rising cost of living, particularly housing costs, many average-earners find it an onerous endeavor to create a decent...

The Dream on Hold: 3.6 Million Fewer Families with Kids Own a Home Compared to 10 Years Prior

The big fallout during the housing crisis followed by air-tight lending rules, an alarming shortage of entry-level homes, and skyrocketing home prices are the...

The Most Prosperous Cities in the U.S.

Highlights: Texas cuts into the East Coast – West Coast rivalry, claiming 6 spots of the top 20 California has the highest concentration of highly prosperous...

2017 Year End Rent Report – Las Vegas Was 2017’s Hottest Large Rental Market

Report highlights: The national average apartment rent in 2017 increased by 2.5% y-o-y, reached $1,359/month at the end of 2017, according to Yardi Matrix ...

Study: The Average Renter Household Needs $549 in Savings for the Holiday Shopping

Ideally, the holiday season should be all about giving. Realistically, however, – well, it’s still all about giving, just not exclusively in the merriest...

Rental Application Approvals Are Up – Active Millennial Hubs Seattle, Portland Have the Highest Approval Rates

We live in a record-setting real estate world right now. Almost 37% of people in the U.S. are renting their home, according to the...

6 Then-and-Now Images Show DC’s Urban Transformation

Our nation’s capital has some of the most historic landmarks in the country, but it has also seen remarkable physical transformation over the years....

The Most Expensive Zip Codes for Renters in 2017 – Mapped

Updated May 2018 If you're moving and looking to rent an apartment, you'll want to compare rent prices in and around your area, whether you're...

Suburb vs City: Suburban Areas Are Gaining Renters Faster Than Urban Areas in 19 out of 20 Largest Metros

Article featured on: Key highlights: The number of renters grows faster in the suburbs than in cities in 19 out of 20 U.S. metros The...

Two-Thirds of Partially-Affordable Housing Is Built in Desirable Areas

Location is one of the strongest indicators of housing quality, because it determines the quality of education, jobs and opportunities to which residents have...

2016 Year End Report – Renters in Mid and Small-Sized Cities Felt the Pain Last Year

Report highlights:  The national average apartment rent  in 2016 increased by 4% y-o-y, reached $1,210/month, according to Yardi Matrix In 6 U.S. cities renters...

Football Fans Pay 16% More in Rent to Live Close to the Action

If you’re a football fanatic who likes to be at the center of the action and plans their life around home games, then living...

Green Apartment Construction Blossoming, Yet Renter Survey Shows $560 Rent Premium is 5 Times Higher than Most Would Pay

Study highlights: The number of new green-certified apartments expected to rise by 32% in 2016, exceeding 59,000 units by the end of the year  ...

1.2 Million Wealthy Households Became Renters in the Last 10 Years – In SF They Outnumber Homeowners

Not everyone thinks that real estate equity is a good investment. A look at the 2015 American Community Survey revealed a new twist in...

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