Bigeye Property Spotlights Washington, D.C.

From Georgetown to Capitol Hill, We Cover It All In This Month's City Research


With history on every block of the city and the hustle and bustle of the federal government, Washington, D.C. attracts a diverse crowd of highly educated professionals from all over the world. Although the cost of living in the District is 39% higher than the national average, renters can find less expensive rents than other major US cities.

  • The centers of all three branches of the US federal government are located in the city, as are many of the nation’s monuments and museums. 
  • You won't only find government jobs in the District. You'll also find many opportunities in the healthcare, education, and technology sectors.
  • D.C. rents have decreased 2.0% over the past month, and have decreased by 14.4% in comparison to the same time last year.
  • D.C. is one of the country’s finest destinations for frugal culture buffs.

"It’s hard to find a place with this many interesting people - I mean by interesting not just weird or freaky but people with truly interesting knowledge, stories, and personalities. I’m talking about people who can blow you away with their knowledge of their particular subject, and yet be remarkably humble about it." — Clay P.

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