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5 year DC resident here (about to leave for grad school). Three tips for finding relatively cheap rent in a good place to live: 1. Push the neighborhood envelope. People are still afraid to live

^The one thing to keep in mind with the commute vs. price advice, beyond what gubida said, is that as grad students rather than undergrads, being on campus every day is likely not necessary. In fact,

Alexandria is really wonderful -- it has a little bit of everything: Old Town, Carlyle, Del Ray, parks, water, and city life. Depending on how active you are, everything is pretty much within walking

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