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D.C.-area rents climb more than rest of country, census data show

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Median price country's second-highest It may come as no surprise to anyone who has tried to hunt down an apartment in the Washington area, but rent here is high -- and getting higher. Median gross rent -- costs for all rentals including utilities -- rose from $1,365 a month in 2009 to $1,391 a month in 2011 in the Washington region, a bigger increase than in any of the other 50 largest...

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