The worst rental apartment in the nation?
It depends on who you ask.
But according to a new analysis from real estate firm Zillow, the nation’s capital ranked as the nation with the worst rental properties.
In its latest study, the firm looked at properties located in the District, Arlington, Arlington Heights and Arlington National Cemetery.
It analyzed a large number of properties to determine which neighborhoods are best for renters and which are worst.
It found Arlington Park, a residential area in southwest Arlington, the worst of the three.
Its median rental price was $2,200, more than $500 more than the national average of $2.47 per square foot.
Arlington Park is also a popular destination for weekend visitors, according to the firm.
Zillow also ranked the neighborhoods with the highest vacancy rates.
The highest vacancy rate is in Bethesda, the District’s largest and most expensive neighborhood.
Zillower ranked the lowest as the District was ranked as having the lowest vacancy rate in the country.
Here are the top ten worst rental neighborhoods in the U.S.:The District, Washington, D.C., is one of the wealthiest neighborhoods in America, according a recent analysis by the Census Bureau.
The median household income in the city was $72,000, according the Census data.
The area also has one of America’s highest poverty rates.
For its analysis, Zillows analysis team took into account the median income of each neighborhood and the number of people living there.
The researchers compared each neighborhood to the national median income for the same period.
The study found that Arlington Heights had the second highest median income, behind Arlington Park.
Arlington Heights also had the lowest percentage of residents living below the poverty line.
However, Arlington Park’s median household was $3,400, while Arlington Park was $8,600.
The number of residents in the neighborhood with a high school diploma or less was only 7.5 percent.
While Arlington Heights is home to some of the country’s most expensive apartments, it also has the highest percentage of people who are employed.
The average household income for Arlington Heights was $80,700, compared to $57,600 for Arlington Park and $56,400 for Bethesda.
However the number with a college degree or more was more than 25 percent in Arlington Heights.