Rentals in DC

District of Columbia is home to 296,836 housing units, with home owners accounting for 42.50% and renters 145,195, or 57.50%. The average household size of rented homes is 2.18 persons in District of Columbia. The average rent for an apartment in DC in the last 12 months has been $1288. The average rents for a 1 bed, 2 bed and 3 bed apartments have been $1152, $1596, and $1827 respectively.

Washington D.C. is the capitol of the United States of America with a population of 601,723.

    
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Weather and Climate

Washington D.C., the capitol of the United States is located in the southeastern, with a humid subtropical climate. Summer temperatures in the District of Columbia average around 89 degrees for the high and 71 for the low. Winter temperatures average at a high of 47 degrees and 29 for the low. Washington D.C. has 10 inches in annual average snowfall, and an average of 44 inches of annual precipitation.

Population Demographics

The median age for both men and women in the District of Columbia is 34 years. 47.30% of the population in Washington D.C. is male and 52.70% female. It is home to 296,836 households, with each home averaging $60,903 in annual income. 14.1% of its population is in poverty, and 7.6% of its population does not have any health care coverage or insurance.

Sports Universities and Education

Washington D.C. is home to four major league sports teams including the Washington Capitals for the NHL, the Washington Nationals for the MLB, D.C. United for MLS, and the Washington Wizards for the NBA. Universities in the Capitol include George Washington University, Georgetown University, and American University. District of Columbia has 48% of its population enrolled in college or university and 23.2% of the population have a bachelor's degree.

Industry and Employment

There are 299,127 employed residents in Washington D.C, and 8.2% of District of Columbia's population is unemployed. District of Columbia residents drive on average 29.40 minutes to work each day.