Find a Home
HomesDatabase covers over 22,000 square miles in five states. It is the most comprehensive and up-to-date real estate website for the Mid-Atlantic region.
Use this service to ensure the best possible roommate situation. Search for affordable housing exactly where you want to live, and with the right people.
The City Paper's classifieds include housing for sale or rent, but it specializes in housing to share (roommate or group housing situations).
Urban Igloo provides a platform where DC landlords and renters can find each other.
Find an apartment or home for sale or rent in the metropolitan area using The Washington Times’ real estate section.
The Department of Housing and Community Development provides incentives to individuals who buy houses in the District and to developers who build housing for low- and moderate-income buyers.
This $5,000 federal tax credit is available to first-time home buyers in the District of Columbia. This tax credit is likely to be extended beyond 2005 and is retroactive to include property purchased before January 1, 2004.
The DC Housing Finance Agency (DCHFA) offers a one-stop resource for new home buyers.