Welcome to young professionals of all profiles. We are looking for people who enjoy a friendly roommate relationship.Limited time price reduction on short term leases. We lowered rent on all short term leases and added more flexibility on lease start dates. Lock in a lease now for a move-in date up to 60 days out.
Enjoy living at this warm and welcoming 4 bed, 2 bath in Northeast DC. This classic townhome boasts hardwood flooring and plenty of windows throughout for a bright and airy interior. The living room is comfortable and cozy, providing an amazing space to entertain and relax--get ready for wine nights and movie marathons! Additionally, there’s an outdoor patio where you can lounge and decompress after a busy day. Parking spaces available on a first come first serve basis.
Our common rooms are fully furnished and our bedrooms are completely unfurnished, as most tenants like to bring their own items. If needed, we have partnerships with reputable furniture companies such as Feather and Cort with whom we could set you up directly. Please note that this cost would be separate from your lease with furnishing packages starting at just $41/month, depending on the locations.Tucked away on a quiet street, this home is surrounded by lush greenery and beautiful scenery. You’ll be minutes from amazing outdoor hotspots like The National Arboretum, Lincoln Park, and Kingman Lake. Local eateries include Indigo, District Rico, Art and Soul, and Bistro Cacao. Safeway and Whole Foods are less than a 5-minute drive away for convenient grocery shopping trips. Plus, the Light Rail Station and Maryland Avenue are right around the corner--talk about convenient!
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Max 1 guest · Full Bed · (14 m²/146 ft²) · Private Bathroom
Lock on Bedroom · Wifi in Room · Unfurnished
Max 1 guest · Full Bed · (14 m²/151 ft²) · Private Bathroom
The application process can be completed entirely online. After attending a viewing, a member of the leasing team will send an application link, in which you’ll be asked to provide your credit score, proof of income, and rental history.
We gladly accepts cosigners for applicants with limited credit history or income. The cosigner will fill out a separate application through the same link provided the applicant by the leasing team — just select ‘Guarantor’ on the first page. Applicants with low credit scores wishing to apply alongside co-signers should reach out to the leasing team directly.
We look for individuals who are excited to live with others and build a community. Within the application, we look for a credit score of 600+, a monthly income that is 3x the base rent price, and no criminal history related to personal safety or property damage.
The majority of our members are young professionals who are similar in age. In most cases, our residents are moving to a new city and are looking to meet new friends with shared interests in their new home.
Smoking is not allowed. Resident and their guests may not engage in any illegal drug-related activity, including but not limited to medical cannabis on or near the premises. We may terminate this agreement if resident and/or guests engage in such activities.
We individually evaluate requests for service and support animals. We do not condone discrimination, and strive to grant reasonable accommodations for assistance animals where properly supported under applicable law.
We try to inform housemates as early as possible in the process but may not always be able to do so. Obligations regarding support animals are dictated by law, so housemates are not able to make the determinations.
We generally ask residents to provide certain information on a written form, however, requests may be made orally or in writing.
Requests must be made in connection with (i) a reasonably supported physical or mental impairment or disability and (ii) show a relationship or connection between the disability and the need for the assistance animal;
Information about disabilities may typically include determinations of disability by federal, state, or local government entities, by receipt of disability benefits, or from information confirming disability and the need for an assistance animal from a licensed healthcare professional.
Information from healthcare professionals should be presented in a signed letter on the professional’s letterhead (with state-issued license numbers or other identification).
Neither you nor your healthcare professional can be required to share specific details about your diagnosis or treatment.
In order to build safe and comfortable communities, all Bungalow residents are vetted through an application process and background check. After they’re approved, prospective residents schedule viewings of available homes. Once they find a home they like, our team help them set up a meet and greet so the home’s current residents can find the best fit.
When a resident notifies us that they’ll be moving out of their home, we send an email to all of their roommates with next steps for their home. We help fill the vacant room by supplying interested candidates — and residents should plan to make time for home viewings and meet-and-greet sessions in the weeks ahead.
Each city has a team of field agents who schedule showings for applicants who may be interested in your home’s vacant room. The field agent will coordinate timing and host the tour. Showings usually take about thirty minutes — and while you and your roommates don’t need to be home when it happens, it can be a great time to get to know the people who could be your new roommates early on in the process.
You can always see when upcoming showings are scheduled in our community app.
Generally the internet speed in our homes is 250 Mbps which is rated as suitable for 9+ Power Users. In certain locations the speeds may vary depending on what ISP is offered in that market and neighborhood.
We’re committed to providing residents in the community with an outstanding living experience. Part of this includes, but is not limited to, the provision of the following furnishings and services for our residents and homes:
Monthly house cleaning, timely response and resolution of maintenance requests, high-speed internet, common area furnishings - varied on a home-by-home basis at our discretion, all home utilities, items and services that ensure the safety and security of each home and our residents, and any other furnishing or service determined necessary by our maintenance team.
We work with maintenance partners to quickly address important items within the home that are broken or not functioning in their intended form. We strive to address maintenance requests in a timely manner that appropriately reflects the urgency of the problem. For anything that’s a threat to your safety, we aim to be there within 24 hours — and we try to address all major inconveniences within seven days.
Sometimes things just unexpectedly break or go wrong, and when that happens we´ve got you covered. If you happen to break something, you’ll be responsible for paying for it — but we’re still here to help you get it fixed with top-quality maintenance at the best price.
For day-to-day tasks like taking out the trash, hanging mirrors or watering your houseplants, that’s your time to shine.
Examples of other maintenance requests that fall under resident responsibility include:
Provision of additional items for common spaces like extra chairs, tables, blinds or curtains
Installation or assembly of personal furnishings
Changing out reachable lightbulbs
Plumbing issues like clogged drains that arise due to resident use
Disposal of trash or large items beyond weekly trash service
Testing and troubleshooting blown fuses
Bathroom fixtures like shower curtains and disposable bathroom items
We are focused on building a community as part of the value we’re offering for our residents. Because of that, retention and consistency is important. We’re prioritizing long term residents because that’s what ultimately adds value to our community. On average, our residents stay for a full 12 months.
Our residents are a pool of the most qualified renters you could find. We’re bringing together professionals through a variety of different channels who are interested in living in one of our communities. Usually this means city newcomers who work locally. Luckily in the high demand markets that we work within, selecting the most financially qualified and respectful residents is never an issue. Our selection process is very competitive, so that our homeowners, our residents, and our team here is comfortable.
Once our residents have moved in, we’re happy to share a little background on our community.