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As Dan pointed out, older buildings tend to have lower rates. A few years ago, I paid $1100 something for a one bedroom. It wasn't fancy, but it was a short walk to lots of restaurants and things to do and an easy walk to the metro.

But let's say a family did pay $2,500 a month and raised kids here. It's still a lot easier to pay that kind of money to rent in DTSS than in DC. Private school costs thousands a month.

by Patrick Thornton on Jan 28, 2013 1:36 pm • linkreport

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