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Renting a Cheap Apartment in Washington

Our nation’s capital is an amazing place to work and live. Washington D.C. has a varied offering of neighborhoods, restaurants and art and culture opportunities, not to mention the excitement of being in the heart of America’s political process. The local economy is obviously driven by the federal government. Tourism is another major income generator for the area. Though a very urban city, D.C. residents enjoy getting out for recreation in the many city urban parks. Visiting the historic landmarks, memorials and museums here is a must for any newcomer.

Looking for a cheap apartment for rent in Washington, DC? With RENTCafé, finding an affordable apartment in Washington, DC has never been easier. We feature 384 low-priced rentals directly from property managers, with rents lower than the Washington, DC average. What is a cheap rent in Washington, DC? The average apartment rent in Washington is $2,091 per month so any rental south of $1,673 would be considered cheap here. Size matters though, so if you are in a market for a studio, expect to pay around $1,160 per month. If you’re looking to upgrade to a 1-bedroom apartment you’ll pay around $1,420, while a cheap 2-bedroom apartment will cost you about $1,779 per month. On RENTCafé, Washington, DC rents go as low as $840/mo. If you’re looking to rent in the cheapest Washington neighborhood, check out the rentals in Congress Heights, where the average rent is $1,146/month.

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