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Pause seen in Arlington apartment-rental rates

Arlington’s rebound from COVID-era declines in apartment-rental rates hit headwinds over the past month, providing a respite for prospective tenants who wondered how high they would go. The average rental rate for an Arlington unit over the past month was...

Arlington rental rates keep on rising

Median apartment-rental rates across Arlington continue their post-COVID rebound and are the highest in the Washington region, but the rate of growth over the past month was slightly below the national average. With a median cost of $2,061 for a...

Arlington apartment rents back above pre-pandemic levels

It took a little while, but average rents for Arlington apartments have now shot past pre-pandemic levels, according to new data. With median rent prices of $2,013 for a one-bedroom unit and $2,437 for two bedrooms, Arlington is among 92...

Survey says: Region has significant share of long-haul commuters

The Washington region has the fourth largest total number of “super-commuters” in the nation, and the sixth highest by percentage, according to new data, and analysts suggest revised work habits owing to the pandemic may not alter that too...

Arlington apartment-rental rates continue their rebound

It was upended during the worst of the COVID crisis, but the Arlington apartment-rental market continues roaring back to life, according to a data analysis by Apartment List. With an average rental rate of $1,962 for a one-bedroom unit and...

Arlington apartment rates almost back to pre-COVID levels

The Arlington apartment-rental market is edging ever closer back to parity with the pre-COVID era, but according to a new monthly tracking survey, still has a little bit to go. The median price for rentals countywide in June remained 2.2...

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...
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