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Silver Spring, MD Demographics
- Total Population81,069
Female 39,826Male 41,243
- Median Age34.6
The total population of Silver Spring, MD is 81,069, of which 39,826 are men and 41,243 are women, according to the most recent U.S. Census Bureau estimates. The residents of Silver Spring have a median age of 34.6.
Average Rent in Silver Spring, MD
- Silver Spring, MD Average Rental Price, July 2022 $1,875 /mo
Apartments in Silver Spring, MD rent for $1,875 per month, on average.
Silver Spring, MD Apartment Rent Ranges
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The average monthly rent in Silver Spring, MD is around $1,875, while the national average rent is $1,706.
Silver Spring, MD Households
- Total Number of Households32,114
Family 17,829Non-family 14,285
Children 9,435No Children 22,679
- Average People Per Household2.51
- Median Household Income$88,274
- Median Housing Costs Per Month$1,751
A total of 32,114 households live in Silver Spring, MD, of which 17,829 are family households and 14,285 are non-family households, per U.S. Census estimates. Of these, approximately 9,435 households have children and 22,679 households do not have children. The average size of a household in Silver Spring, MD is 2.51. The median household income in Silver Spring is $88,274 annually, with $1,751 per month going towards housing.
Silver Spring, MD Education Statistics
According to Census data, 8% of the population in Silver Spring, MD have no high school education, 20% went to high school, 13% have some college education, 4% earned an Associate Degree, 26% earned a Bachelor Degree, and 29% earned a Graduate Degree.
Renting a studio apartment in Silver Spring, MD
Finding an affordable home is definitely not an easy task nowadays, especially if you’re new to the market. When looking for a budget-friendly small apartment, you should decide on the non-negotiables and look for a home that meets your needs. On average, a studio apartment’s size in Silver Spring, MD is 848 Sq.Ft., which is convenient for a young professional, recent graduate, student or for someone who prefers not to spend more than necessary on a monthly rent. A cheap studio can be rented starting from $1,285, so your next step is to make up your mind regarding the layout of your future nest: do you want a one room apartment, with kitchen in the main room, or a bachelor flat with a separate kitchen? Hard to decide. Now you have 41 small apartments are in Silver Spring, MD to choose from that will help you make a decision, with an average rent of $1,891.
The perks of renting an efficiency apartment
They say renting is like dating- you should not expect absolute perfection from a rental home, but you should love the things that make it uniquely yours. If you’re interested in an efficiency apartment in Silver Spring, MD, we are confident that you will find a great place that complements your lifestyle. Having a small apartment comes with a series of advantages that their larger companions lack. A studio apartment is easier to keep clean and it’s always less cluttered, because there is no room for unnecessary stuff. If single bedroom apartments and small apartments is what you’re after, you are more likely to afford living in the hip parts of the town, within walking or biking distance from entertainment and shopping. You will also notice significant savings year after year. Pick your price limit and square footage and browse through our 25 listings in Silver Spring, MD and we promise you won’t be disappointed.