The Report Offers Detailed Information about Average Rental Rates in the Washington DC Area as well as Predictions for the Summer Rental Season
WASHINGTON, DC / ACCESSWIRE / June 24, 2015 / The founders of Rentals Gone Wild, a free and personalized DC apartment finder service, have just released a DC Apartment Market Report that includes information from their collection of over 5,000 listings in the DC area. As Blake Van Leer, one of the founders of Rentals Gone Wild, noted, the helpful market report gives an in-depth look at the DC average rental rates as well as what they are expecting for the summer rental season.
The timing for the new apartment market report could not be better; summer is here, and since it is the middle of renter season, people who are looking to move into or within the area are looking for DC apartment rental rates, listings and other helpful information.
The average rent in one of DC's most expensive neighborhoods comes to $2,775, which almost rivals San Francisco and New York. DC's NoMa region has 1 bedrooms averaging at $2,116. One of DC's newest neighborhoods, Navy Yard, has 1 bedrooms averaging at $2,056.
The DC apartment finder service is also reporting that apartment specials are still active throughout the DC metro area. "We're seeing an increase in rates, however, there are several brand new communities on the market, which means tons of incentives for renters," Van Leer noted.
Those who are able to live in other DC areas can find apartment rates that are quite a bit lower. As the DC Apartment Market Report notes, apartments in the Silver Spring, Alexandria and Arlington neighborhoods start around $1,300 to $1,500 a month.
By providing useful information about the current rental market in Washington DC and the surrounding areas, Van Leer said he hopes to help make the search for a new place less stressful.
Anybody who would like to learn more about Rentals Gone Wild is welcome to visit the user-friendly website; there, they can read more about how the free and personalized apartment finder service works, as well as view the market report in its entirety.
About Rentals Gone Wild:
Rentals Gone Wild is a free Personalized Apartment Finder service in the DC metro area. Rentals Gone Wild was founded by Blake Van Leer and Lindsay Brewer in 2009 to help renters take the stress out of moving and change the way people search for apartments. For more information, please visit http://www.rentalsgonewild.com/.
Blake Van Leer
SOURCE: Rentals Gone Wild