Monthly Archive: August 2010

Two girls out shopping.

North Bethesda: Trendy Shopping and a Short Commute

According to the 2006-08 American Community Survey 3-Year Estimate, North Bethesda in Montgomery County, Md., has 38,308 residents, and the town has a lot to offer those searching to find apartments for rent in North Bethesda, including, of course, its...

Swimmer

Location, Amenities Make Oakton a Smart Choice for Renters

Oakton, Va., sits in Fairfax County just north of the City of Fairfax, and according to the 2006-08 American Community Survey 3-Year Estimate, the town has 32,169 residents. Yes, Oakton is one of the many sprawling suburban towns for which...

Henry Hill House

For the Renter, Manassas is Still Cozy After All These Years

My introduction to Prince William County’s Manassas happened under odd circumstances. I was interviewing Paul Ebert, Commonwealth’s Attorney for Prince William County, who had presided over the trials for both D.C. sniper John Allen Muhammad and Lorena Bobbitt. The man...

U.S. Capitol

Accessible Seabrook Makes Commuting to D.C. a Breeze for Renters

Seabrook, Md., is a small urban town in Prince George’s County. Actually, it’s referred to as “Lanham-Seabrook” by the U.S. Census Bureau, which in its 2006-08 American Community Survey 3-Year Estimate reported the town’s population as 20,348. As the crow...

Beaver biting a tree stem

Montgomery Village Impresses with Location, Leisure Activities

Montgomery Village is located about 25 miles northwest of Washington, D.C., and just a bit farther southeast of Frederick. With a population of 37,694 (as per the 2006-08 American Community Survey 3-Year Estimate) and suitably close to the big city...