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Renter's Guide to Silver Spring

Silver Spring, MD is a suburb just 6 miles north of Washington, DC and 30 miles south of Baltimore. Despite being a large city, a drive through Silver Spring can include anything from an urban city center filled with apartments to spacious plots of farmland. And due to its large concentration of healthcare professionals, Silver Spring was named the most caring suburb in America.

The weather in Silver Spring is extremely pleasant for the most part with a beautiful spring and fall, while both the summer and winter are typically very mild.

Silver Spring, MD Demographics

  • Total Population81,773
  • Female 40,120
    Male 41,653
  • Median Age34.5

Cost of Living in Silver Spring, MD

The cost of living in Silver Spring is fairly high, although very typical of most suburban DC areas. And although the cost of living is somewhat expensive, it is much lower than living in the metropolitan DC area. A meal here isn’t cheap either, but it won’t break the bank as two can still eat at most area restaurants for under $50.

For basic utilities such as gas, water, and electricity, Silver Spring residents can expect to pay around $115 per month, well below the average utility costs in DC and also the national average.

As for public transportation in Silver Spring, the city offers several useful options including the Metrobus and RideOn bus lines, the MARC train, as well as the Van Go free shuttle.

Average Rent in Silver Spring, MD

  • Silver Spring, MD Average Rental Price, June 2021 $1,621 /mo

Silver Spring, MD Apartment Rent Ranges

  • $701-$1,0001%
  • $1,001-$1,50038%
  • $1,501-$2,00050%
  • > $2,00011%

Silver Spring, MD Rent Trends

Average Rent Mar / 2018 Jul / 2018 Nov / 2018 Mar / 2019 Jul / 2019 Nov / 2019 Mar / 2020 Jul / 2020 Nov / 2020 Jun / 2021
Silver Spring, MD $1,621 $1,622 $1,650 $1,675 $1,684 $1,689 $1,693 $1,674 $1,639 $1,621
National $1,314 $1,345 $1,354 $1,358 $1,390 $1,397 $1,400 $1,392 $1,396 $1,407

Living in Silver Spring, MD

Silver Spring is a growing city and is known as an excellent place to live, especially for those with kids. The city was actually even named as one of the 10 safest places to live in the state of Maryland.

The only real cons of Silver Spring are the traffic issues on the morning and evening commute to/from DC, and the relatively high cost of living. Although, even though the cost of living here is somewhat high, many enjoy the fact that the cost of living is much lower than in DC and that the city is also significantly safer and less crowded. 

Things to do in Silver Spring

A full night out in Silver Spring starts with dinner, and although there are plenty of chain restaurants here don’t be fooled, because there are plenty of local gems tucked away here, too.

For some ethnic cuisine, Addis Ababa serves the city’s best Ethiopian food in the city, or for some classic Italian Favorites, Silver Spring residents can head over to Olazzo, serving rustic Italian dishes  The Classics restaurant is also a popular spot in town, and how could it not be, since the restaurant's signature dish is steak!

After dinner, the Quarry House Tavern is the place to go. Some consider it a bar, but in fact it serves good food, offers a great atmosphere, coupled with a long beer list.

Silver Spring has several annual events, including AFI Docs in June, where the American Film Institute shows and honors independent documentaries. The city also hosts the Blues Festival every May, the Jazz Festival every September, and a Thanksgiving festival every November.

And for those with kids or looking to find some activities to do in Silver Spring for free, just go outside. The city has several great parks, including Jesup Blair Park, Sligo Creek Park, and Acorn Park, where visitors can exercise, hike, bike, or even have a picnic.

For sports fans there’s also plenty of action, as the Washington Redskins of the NFL, Washington Nationals of the MLB, DC United of the MLS, and the Washington Wizards of the NBA all play in stadiums within 15 miles of SIlver Spring.

Employment and Economy

The major field of employment for Silver Spring residents is without a doubt the healthcare industry. The city has more mental health and community services professionals per capita than any other city in the US. 

The unemployment rate here is also very low at 4.1%, which largely due to the city’s proximity to DC. While there aren’t a lot of major corporations making their home in Silver Spring, there is no shortage of jobs in DC, which is just a short 15 minutes to the south.

Silver Spring, MD Households

  • Total Number of Households31,827
  • Family 17,941
    Non-family 13,886
  • Children 9,605
    No Children 22,222
  • Average People Per Household2.56
  • Median Household Income$83,782
  • Median Housing Costs Per Month$1,734

Education in Silver Spring

The city of Silver Spring has great public school districts and also one of the highest ranked high schools in the state of Maryland in Montgomery Blair High School.

Silver Springs residents also have several outstanding options for pursuing higher education, as George Washington University, Howard University, American University, Georgetown University, and the University of Maryland are all within 10 miles.

Silver Spring, MD Education Statistics

  • No High School8%
  • Some High School21%
  • Some College14%
  • Associate Degree5%
  • Bachelor Degree24%
  • Graduate Degree27%

Tips for Renting in Silver Spring

Tenants rights in Silver Spring are governed by Maryland state law, and are very typical of US federal tenant protections. 

However, Maryland does have very specific laws when it comes to landlords evicting a tenant or terminating a lease agreement. It is required that a tenant receives at least 14 days’ notice (state law allows 14-30 days, depending on the lease) before the landlord can file for eviction.

Renting a house in Silver Spring, MD

If you are interested in living in a serene house, with no noise restrictions and a backyard, you might want to search through rental homes. More and more people nowadays choose to rent houses because the advantages are unlimited. Social butterflies can throw parties without worrying about Mrs. Jenny calling the police and sunbathers can soak up some vitamin D in the intimacy of their lovely patio. With a large variety of options to choose from, you are sure to find a house out of the 3 homes for rent in Silver Spring, MD that will satisfy your need for comfort and privacy. Regardless of the size you’re searching for, we have your covered with plenty of duplexes or single family homes for rent. Because your money is important and you want to choose wisely, there are also cheap houses for rent in Silver Spring, MD starting from $1,600. If you’re open to spending a little more, there are many wonderful rental houses situated in some of the best residential areas in Silver Spring, MD.

Pick your house based on how much living space you require

If you want to rent but are not willing to cut down on your size requirements, rental homes are for you. While large apartments are also great, houses have their advantages. Whether you have little children or you dream of being able to accommodate your out-of-town guests, you can choose from houses up to 3 bedroom and 4 bedroom in size. If you and your loved one are newly-weds and need something no larger than a 1 bedroom or 2 bedroom home, select the number of beds from the top menu. The right home is waiting to be discovered.

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