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Data: Region is adding right amount of housing

New data from a national Apartment List analysis suggest that the Washington area is adding enough housing stock to accommodate demand. From 2010-20, the Washington metropolitan area added 181,000 new housing units, increasing the housing stock by 8 percent, according...

Rents surging back, but still have ground to make up

In another sign that the pandemic’s negative economic impact may be on the wane, Arlington apartment rents continue to battle back from the beating they took last year. Median rents in Arlington increased 3.8 percent month-over-month in May, according to...

After freefall, local apartment-rental prices again rising

The Arlington apartment-rental market is regaining lost ground but still has a way to go before being back to its pre-pandemic performance. Average monthly rents in the county remain down 9.7 percent from a year before, when the first impacts...

Arlington rents back on the rise

After having declined precipitously during the worst of the COVID pandemic and resulting government lockdowns, average rents across Arlington have stabilized and, ever so slightly, started to rebound. A monthly survey by Apartment List, released March 30, pegs the month-over-month...

Uptick in Arlington rents may be precursor to normalcy

In what might be another sign of a return to a semblance of normalcy, average rents for Arlington apartments increased in February for the first time since the start of the COVID pandemic. The 0.7-percent month-over-month increase also mirrored the...
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The W-L High School Education Foundation has awarded 12 scholarships to members of the Washington-Liberty High School Class of...
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