Cheapest Neighborhoods In Washington, DC For Renters

If you’re searching for a new place to live in Washington, rent prices are probably one of the most important factors in your decision. Apartment rental prices in Washington neighborhoods have continued to increase over the years. Luckily, even in 2022, there are some Washington neighborhoods that do offer budget friendly, affordable rental rates. The list of the cheapest neighborhoods in Washington for renters is sorted by lowest median rental rates compared to the Washington average.

Population 29,798
-38%
Median Rent $850 / month
38% less expensive than Washington
Population 5,302
-32%
Median Rent $920 / month
32% less expensive than Washington
Population 117,488
-31%
Median Rent $945 / month
31% less expensive than Washington
Population 57,481
-22%
Median Rent $1,062 / month
22% less expensive than Washington
Population 24,123
-22%
Median Rent $1,067 / month
22% less expensive than Washington
Population 28,660
-16%
Median Rent $1,141 / month
16% less expensive than Washington
Population 21,142
-9%
Median Rent $1,237 / month
9% less expensive than Washington
Population 16,318
-2%
Median Rent $1,341 / month
2% less expensive than Washington
Population 11,886
2%
Median Rent $1,389 / month
2% more expensive than Washington
Population 11,100
5%
Median Rent $1,426 / month
5% more expensive than Washington