20390 - Washington, DC Real Estate Overview | Real Living Real Estate
Home
Search for Properties
School and Community Data
Find Real Living Agents and Offices
Real Estate Advice
Join Real Living - Careers and Franchise Opportunities
About Real Living Real Estate

Washington Real Estate Market Conditions

  • Median sales price

    N/A
  • # Active listings

    0
    30-day change

Washington Schools and Demographics

 
Schools
 
  
 
Demographics
 

Education near Washington, DC

City County
High School Graduates 100 87.54
College Degree - 2 year 0 2.92
College Degree - 4 year 0 51.21
Graduate Degree 0 16.6
Expenditures per Student 26,736 26,736
Students per Teacher 11.7 12.1

Elementary Schools near Washington, DC

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
Friendship PCS - Blow-Pierce Elementary & Middle PK - 08 683 15.2 20002
Friendship PCS - Chamberlain Elementary & Middle PK - 08 760 15.5 20003
Miner Elementary School PK - 05 475 14.4 20002
Two Rivers PCS PK - 08 502 16 20002
Tyler Elementary School PK - 05 470 14.2 20003
Watkins Elementary School 01 - 05 527 15.5 20003

Middle Schools near Washington, DC

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
Eliot-Hine Middle School 06 - 08 281 10.6 20002
Stuart-Hobson Middle School 06 - 08 371 13.7 20002

High Schools near Washington, DC

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
Cesar Chavez PCS for Public Policy - Capitol Hill 09 - 12 409 10.6 20003
McKinley Technology High School 09 - 12 697 14.5 20002
Spingarn Senior High School 09 - 12 374 10.4 20002
Washington Mathematics Science & Technology PCS 09 - 12 354 7.1 20002

Ungraded Schools near Washington, DC

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
Eastern High School 09 - 11 503 12.9 20003
Options PCS 06 - 12 415 6.1 20002
Prospect Learning Center UG - UG 83 6.4 20002
Richard Wright Pcs for Journalism and Media Arts P 08 - 10 202 13 20003
St. Coletta Special Education PCS UG - UG 250 9.3 20003
Youth Services Center UG - UG 89 6.8 20003

Private Schools near Washington, DC

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
DuPont Park Adventist School PK - 10 221 14.9 20020
Model Secondary School for the Deaf 09 - 12 162 6.3 20002

Colleges near Washington, DC

Tuition URL ZIP
American University $25920 www.american.edu 20016
Bennett Beauty Institute 20002
Catholic University of America $23600 www.cua.edu 20064
Corcoran College of Art and Design $21200 www.corcoran.edu 20006
Dominican House of Studies www.dhs.edu 20017
Dudley Beauty College 20018
Gallaudet University $11255 www.gallaudet.edu 20002
George Washington University $34030 www.gwu.edu 20052
Georgetown University $30163 www.georgetown.edu 20057
Harrison Center for Career Education www.ywcanca.org 20001
Howard University $11645 www.howard.edu 20059
National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts $6300 www.theconservatory.org 20007
Potomac College potomac.edu 20016
Sanz School sanz.edu 20006
Southeastern University $9705 www.seu.edu 20024
Strayer University-Washington Campus $9862 www.strayer.edu 20005
Technical Learning Centers www.tlc-corp.com 20005
Trinity University $16700 www.trinitydc.edu 20017
University of the District of Columbia $2070 www.udc.edu 20008
University of the District of Columbia Dav... www.law.udc.edu 20008
Washington Theological Union www.wtu.edu 20012
Wesley Theological Seminary www.wesleysem.edu 20016

Demographics near Washington, DC 20390

Zip Code City
Neighborhood Type Inner City Inner City
Population 115 605,759
Population Density 28,750 9,923
Median Age 21.9 33.9
People per Household 0 2.2
Median Household Income 0 64,267
Average Income per Capita 25,637 45,004

Real Estate in Washington, DC

Washington is located in District of Columbia. Washington, District of Columbia has a population of 115. Washington is less family-centric than the surrounding county with 0% of the households containing married families with children. The county average for households married with children is 8.23%.

The median household income in Washington, District of Columbia is $0. The median household income for the surrounding county is $64,267 compared to the national median of $53,046. The median age of people living in Washington is 21.9 years.

Washington Environment

The average high temperature in July is 89 degrees, with an average low temperature in January of 25.2 degrees. The average rainfall is approximately 43.2 inches per year, with 15.4 inches of snow per year.

Washington Map

Washington Real Estate offices

Sort by:

Real Living At Home
4600 North Park Avenue, Suite 100
Chevy Chase, MD
301-652-0643
Real Estate Agents & Staff

Real Living Reserve, REALTORS
11350 Random Hills Road, Suite 130
Fairfax, VA
571-295-7566
Real Estate Agents & Staff


Real Estate near Washington