Most Affordable Neighborhoods In Washington, DC

Looking for a fresh start in a new Washington neighborhood that is actually affordable? Fortunately, there are some neighborhoods that still offer affordable cost of living. Listed below are the most affordable neighborhoods in Washington for 2021, ranked by their cost of living index. The cost of living index includes various items such as: goods and services, groceries, utilities, real estate and rental rates. For reference, the national average for cost of living is 100.

Population 117,488
-25%
Cost of Living Index 114 vs 152
25% lower than Washington
Population 29,798
-25%
Cost of Living Index 114 vs 152
25% lower than Washington
Population 28,660
-11%
Cost of Living Index 135 vs 152
11% lower than Washington
Population 21,142
-10%
Cost of Living Index 137 vs 152
10% lower than Washington
Population 11,100
-9%
Cost of Living Index 138 vs 152
9% lower than Washington
Population 24,123
-9%
Cost of Living Index 138 vs 152
9% lower than Washington
Population 16,297
-8%
Cost of Living Index 139 vs 152
8% lower than Washington
Population 57,481
-7%
Cost of Living Index 141 vs 152
7% lower than Washington
Population 8,132
-7%
Cost of Living Index 142 vs 152
7% lower than Washington
Population 34,835
4%
Cost of Living Index 157 vs 152
4% higher than Washington
Population 13,768
4%
Cost of Living Index 159 vs 152
4% higher than Washington
Population 17,154
5%
Cost of Living Index 159 vs 152
5% higher than Washington
Population 13,633
5%
Cost of Living Index 159 vs 152
5% higher than Washington
Population 12,696
5%
Cost of Living Index 159 vs 152
5% higher than Washington
Population 6,077
5%
Cost of Living Index 160 vs 152
5% higher than Washington
Population 16,318
7%
Cost of Living Index 162 vs 152
7% higher than Washington
Population 55,592
8%
Cost of Living Index 163 vs 152
8% higher than Washington
Population 12,937
9%
Cost of Living Index 165 vs 152
9% higher than Washington
Population 11,683
9%
Cost of Living Index 165 vs 152
9% higher than Washington
Population 13,782
12%
Cost of Living Index 170 vs 152
12% higher than Washington