The Zumper D.C. Metro Report analyzed active listings in January across 8 metro cities to show the most and least expensive cities and cities with the Fastest Growing rents. The state median one bedroom rent was $1,507.
Cities Ranked By Rent
The Most Expensive
–Washington, DC rent dropped $60 to $2,280 but continued to be the most expensive in the metro.
–Arlington, VA remained as second priciest with one bedrooms at $2,150.
–Bethesda, MD ranked as third with rent at $2,120.
The Least Expensive
–Frederick, MD rent grew $30 to $1,130 and continued to rank as the least expensive.
–Alexandria, VA dropped 2 spots, now behind Silver Spring and Rockville, to rank as the second least expensive city with rent at $1,680.
–Silver Spring, MD was third with one bedrooms priced at $1,700.
The Fastest Growing (Y/Y%)
–Reston, VA had the fastest growing rent since this time last year, up 15.4%.
–Washington, DC rent had the second largest monthly growth rate, climbing 14.6%.
The Fastest Growing (M/M%)
–Rockville, MD, similar to last month, was the only city with a large monthly rental growth rate, increasing 4.3%.
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The Zumper DC Metro Report analyzed active listings that hit the market in January 2018. Listings are aggregated by city to calculate median asking rents.
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