Let’s take a look at some of the best deals in the Northern Virginia rental market today.

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Rentals in 22314

310 Prince St #4

This bright, sunny 1BR in a great spot in the heart of Old Town is reminisent of a NYC flat.Good location with easy DASH bus access to Metro. Laundry facilities and storage on the lower level add to the delights. No pets, please.Contact tenant,to show, Make appointment with tenant, 703 582 3924[$1,450Alexandria, VA 22314]

1200 Braddock Pl #203

A MUST SEE*Featuring a lovely One Bedroom Condo w/Spacious Walkin Closet*Renovated Bathroom!*Italian Marble Foyer* Hardwood Floors Throughout*Washer & Dryer in unit*Newer Dishwasher*Balcony facing courtyard & pool*no smokers pls*Short 2 block walk to Braddock Rd Metro*Close to King St & Old Town Alexandria*Commuter Friendly w/easy access to DC via Metro and GW parkway*avail now![$1,750Alexandria, VA 22314]

626 Pitt St S #B

Wonderful upper level apartment (two unit townhouse) in the heart of Old Town. Hardwood floors, chair rail in living/dining room. Walk to the river, restaurants, shops and all that the city has to offer. Washer/dryer (in hall) shared with lower level tenant. Unit to be freshly painted before move-in.[$1,650Alexandria, VA 22314]

1100 Quaker Hill Dr #218

Spacious one bedroom unit with sun porch and balcony. Conveniently located to shopping,I 495 and Old Town Alexandria.Whole Foods is right up the street. Custom paint and quality upgrades/ built-ins for extra storage.[$1,575Alexandria, VA 22314]

1620 Abingdon Dr #201

Quaint and charming Colonial style condo. One bedroom, one bath apartment with its own washer/dryer. Kitchen with window, dishwasher and microwave. Close to shops, restaurants, bike path, metro, Reagan National Airport and DC. Parking requires a permit.[$1,350Alexandria, VA 22314]

Leasing a rental

Realtor Ron Ginyard
Ronald R Ginyard Sr. is a Certified Distressed Property Expert.

Leasing a rental is a very serious decision which warrants a great deal of attention before a final decision is made. When choosing a rental property, renters in Northern Virginia have a variety of factors to consider including, but not limited to, price, size, location, amenities, length of stay, proximity to Metro, type of home (condo, townhouse, single-family, etc.).

A smarter renter will consider all of their options before making a decision to ensure they are making the best possible decision. But the number of choices can be overwhelming. It’s hard to know that you’re not missing something. A rental agent can help you make sense of your options. Best of all a rental agent costs the renter nothing.

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