What’s a Fair Price for My Rental Property? – 500 block of 8th St, NE

If you’re looking to rent a place out and are curious what PoPville thinks is a realistic price send an email with ‘what’s a fair price’ in the title to princeofpetworth(at)gmail(dot)com. We can also do this for people selling their homes if interested.

This rental is located on the 500 block of 8th St, NE:

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The reader writes:

This penthouse condo is located in the historic Masonic Temple Condominiums near the up and coming H Street restaurant/Atlas district and within a 10-minute walk of the US Capitol Building and only minutes driving to the Pentagon and surrounding area. With 20-foot ceilings and huge picture windows overlooking Washington DC, this city condo located in a building with only 16 other tenants is a gem. The master bedroom has 9-foot high windows and plenty of space for a king-size bed and side tables, while the second bedroom is a loft and makes a spectacular office and guest room. The ultra modern kitchen boasts concrete counter-tops, lots of cabinet space and high-end appliances. The living room is complete with a wood-burning fireplace and entertainment system, including a mounted 42” television and an in-wall surround speaker system. Please note the condo is on the third floor and accessible only by stair.

· Master bedroom
· Loft bedroom/den
· 2 full bathrooms
· Kitchen w/ refrigerator, freezer, stove, microwave, dishwasher, in-sink garbage disposal
· Working wood fireplace
· Huge picture windows w/ beautiful views
· 42” mounted TV with in-wall surround speaker system
· High-end lighting system w/ dimmers in every room
· Street parking
· Bike storage in secured garage
· New hardwood floors
· rent includes water, gas and condo fees

You can see a virtual tour here.

History has shown that I’m horrible at guessing prices but I’m thinking $2400? What do you guys think?

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