Is a Business Degree a Waste?

Is a business degree a waste? Is a business degree worth it? Is a business degree good? Is a business management degree worth it? I'm sure these are all things that you are wondering!

Is a business degree a waste? Is a business degree worth it? Is a business degree good? Is a business management degree worth it? I'm sure these are all things that you are wondering!Is a Business Degree a Waste?  Is a business management degree worth it? I keep hearing people/news outlets arguing at opposite ends of what seems to be a common question. Short answer – NO! I don’t think a business degree is anywhere near being a waste. A business degree is worth it in many cases.

EDIT: Please read my post about how I paid off $40,000 worth of student loans shortly after I turned 24.

Recently, I read an interesting article about whether a business degree is a waste or a good decision.

I read the article multiple times (and unless I missed it), I’m pretty sure it means business schools as a whole (and the various degrees that are offered), and not just specifically a “business degree.

So when they say business degree, I’m assuming this includes Finance, Economics, Accounting, etc.

Personally I think a business degree is a great choice.

It can open many doors and in some instances make you well rounded because of the wide range of classes which are usually available.

There are also many jobs and careers out there that involve a business degree. And as I said in the paragraph above, there are so many majors: finance, economics, accounting, management, health administration, marketing, operations, strategy, international business and so on.

As long as you are realistic about getting your degree and what you plan on doing with it, I don’t think there are many instances in which a degree can be a bad choice or a waste. Read my post How To Pay for Graduate School if you haven’t yet. Today’s post somewhat relates to that.

If you know what you want to do and also see value in it, then go for it. If you are unsure and question every move you make, then you might want to stop and think about what you truly want.

Also, most of my friends who graduated with business degrees have found jobs, whereas some of my friends who have other majors are having a much harder time.

Now, I’m not saying it’s easier to find a job for everyone, but with my friends and the area we live in, it has worked out well. And many of my friends who have degrees in other areas (such as anthropology) have even told me “I wish I went to school for business instead.”

I would never say that getting a business degree is a complete waste.

Of course I am biased when it comes to this post, as my undergraduate degrees are a B.S. in Business Administration and a B.A. in Management. And then I also have a Finance MBA.

So yes, I have THREE business degrees. I do like/enjoy the life I live, so that is probably another reason why I am biased. I am sure that if I couldn’t find a job, that I would question whether having a business degree is truly worthwhile to me.

Here’s the main statement of the article:

The biggest complaint: The undergraduate degrees focus too much on the nuts and bolts of finance and accounting and don’t develop enough critical thinking and problem-solving skills through long essays, in-class debates and other hallmarks of liberal-arts courses.

However, I think most majors are similar to this. I started off as a Psychology major in the beginning, and I definitely wouldn’t say it was that much different. Everything is mainly there for you to break into the subject, and then I think you should pursue some sort of emphasis or focus for yourself. This can include getting a job internship or focusing on a particular study within your degree.

According to the article, business majors account for around 20%, social sciences and history account for 11%, health professions at 8%, education at 6%, and the list goes on and on. For information about a masters of business administration, click here.

There are multiple ways to analyze whether or not your degree is worth it:

1. Do the professors have “real” experience?

I think this is extremely important. In classes where my professors had no actual business experience (there were very few of these professors at the schools I attended), I found the classes were just boring.

It’s hard to listen to someone when you have more experience than them in the subject that they are trying to “teach.” I like to know how I can apply what I learn to REAL situations and how a professor has applied it in the past.

2. Does the student work?

This can include volunteering, a part-time or full-time job, etc. I think real world experience is important. If you work while you go to school, you are most likely applying what you learn as you learn it.

I am more able to remember things if I  can apply it as I learn. Or if you worked in the past, then you will be able to analyze your past behaviors. I worked full-time all throughout undergraduate, and had a full-time career during my MBA program (same job I have today). You have a lot more to contribute to your classes when you have some experience.

3. What school are you attending?

Of course some schools are harder than others, and this might make it more “worth it.” There are different tier levels for school. Are you going to the best value? Or are you just going to the cheapest or the most expensive?

4. What do you see yourself doing in the future? 

Is this degree worth it to you and what you envisioned for your life? If you want to be a veterinarian but go to school for social work, well, that’s just a tad confusing. Make sure it lines up with what you want to do.

One commenter below the article referenced above said:

“When relatively few went to college, a college degree was a sign of accomplishment. Majors were limited, so you had to conform to the college’s needs. Then colleges started catering to everyone, backed by Federal loans to students. Degrees became watered down or meaningless, as students would keep changing majors (engineering – communications, math – psychology) just to get any degree.”

I somewhat agree with this. If getting a degree is now becoming the “norm,” then what’s next? Obviously individuals are going to have to up the ante somehow. I do think that a business degree is mainly a stepping stone, and college degrees are becoming the norm. Many things need to be done to differentiate yourself from the tons of other individuals out there.

What I’m doing (and did) to differentiate myself:

  1. Worked full-time and earned great experience all throughout undergrad as a retail manager.
  2. I now have a great career in the financial services industry.
  3. Have my Finance MBA.
  4. Finishing up with my financial certification this year (it’s a process that takes a couple of years to earn and I’ve been working on it since the Summer of 2010).

What is/was your major? Do you think it was worthwhile?

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How to Finance Financial Freedom and Independence

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The Paper Buy Out

If you think zero or low down deals are difficult to come by, you’d be correct. But that doesn’t mean they are impossible to come up with. I know of one investor that arranged a deal to purchase a $66,000 house for zero down. Of course, the seller was desperate. The seller was out of state and didn’t live in the house. He had repeat problems keeping a tenant in the house because he couldn’t afford a professional management company. Because he lacked steady tenants, he had gotten behind on the property taxes and the house was no longer insured. All he wanted was to get out from under the house without losing it for the cost of back taxes. The seller agreed to carry a second mortgage of $36,000 for no interest and no payments for five years. Based on that, the buyer found a lender willing to issue a first mortgage for the balance of the purchase price. The seller was full owner of the property and walked away from the closing table with $30,000 in cash. The buyer owned a low mortgage property that he could easily pay to have managed professionally. He could pull a profit out of the house for five years before having to make payments to the seller.

As an investor, your primary goal is finding a way to deal with the seller’s equity in the property. When you can leverage the seller’s equity, you can typically find a lender that will payoff any outstanding mortgage on the property if the lender can be in first position with a spread of 30% or more between the money loaned and the fair market value. That’s what makes short sales so difficult to close. The seller has no equity in the property.

Many Ways to Structure a No Money Down Deal

Sellers always want to maximize their equity in a deal. However, the market is what determines how much equity they actually have at any given time. Some insist on holding out on a sale until they receive the high end of what they perceive to be their equity in the deal. Others are more anxious to sell and will trade part of their equity for cash today. You number one secret to putting deals together is learning what is motivating the seller.

If the seller wants cash now, you make a low ball offer that leaves plenty of meat on the bone for a new lender willing to put up money based on the loan being well below the market value of the property. If the seller wants the high end of the fair market value, it becomes a question of how long they are willing to wait for the money. As an investor, you can offer them premium dollar if they will owner finance and take the full value in installments over the next 20 years. If the property cash flows sufficiently, you can take over their existing financing and make a second mortgage payment to them that pays off their equity over multiple years.

Of course, the majority of sellers want to sell at full market value and receive the highest price at the closing table. As a no-cash or low-cash investor, these are not the sellers you should even be talking to. Your strategy is finding the 5 percent of the market that is either willing to sell at a discount or take their full equity over time.

PhotoAuthor bio: Brian Kline has been investing in real estate for more than 30 years and writing about real estate investing for seven years. He also draws upon 25 plus years of business experience including 12 years as a manager at Boeing Aircraft Company. Brian currently lives at Lake Cushman, Washington. A vacation destination, a few short miles from a national forest in the Olympic Mountains with the Pacific Ocean a couple of miles in the opposite direction.

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Getting a Master’s While Working Full Time | ApartmentSearch

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If you’re interested in earning a master’s degree to help you stand out from the crowd, congratulations! It’s a big move that can make a significant difference in your career! However, just like a graduate degree can help you move up the corporate ladder, the amount of time and dedication required to get one may force you to take time off work.

If you want the best of both worlds, you may want to try studying while working full-time, but that’s easier said than done! Not sure that’s the right choice for you? Before you decide what to do, ask yourself the questions below — they’ll help you assess your options and prepare for your next big step!

Question #1: Do you feel comfortable asking for help?

Let’s be real: full-time school and full-time work will put a lot of stress on you. Sometimes, you won’t have an option but to ask for help — whether that’s asking your boss to cut you some slack or asking a professor for a deadline extension.

Are you the type of person willing and able to ask for help before small issues snowball into major problems? Consider this before you decide to stick with your job while going to grad school.

Question #2: Are you ready to do your — financial aid — homework?

Working full-time doesn’t mean you won’t qualify for financial aid, grants, and scholarships. However, it does mean that you’ll have to spend time studying your financial aid options before school even starts!

The following links provide advice and resources to help pay for grad school:

  • Types of Financial Aid
  • Financial Aid for Graduate School
  • Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

Question #3: When and how will you tell your coworkers and supervisors?

It’s impossible to avoid conflict in your life. Often, the best course of action is to get out in front of potential issues. Accordingly, you’ll want to share your plan with your boss so that if and when a conflict between your studies and your job appears, it will be easier to call out and resolve. And let’s face it, what employer doesn’t love the idea of a hardworking associate striving to learn and achieve more?

A bonus: some employers offer partial or even total tuition reimbursement if the field of study is likely to positively influence your work performance (and their bottom-line). That would take the sting out of your efforts to get a master’s while working full time!

Question #4: Can you relax?

While juggling school and work, it can be hard to take a break, relax, and rejuvenate. Regardless, it’s an integral part of earning a master’s degree while working full-time or tackling any challenge.

Despite that, many people struggle to unplug and unwind! Knowing how and when to relax is a valuable skill and one that’s worth learning before you hop into working and studying simultaneously.

Question #5: Do you have the physical and mental bandwidth for grad school and work?

It’s time for a little introspection! Reflect on what your current work-life balance looks like — do you have plenty of time left after the 9-to-5 to hang out with friends, work out, and do the other things you’re passionate about? How many hours a week are you expecting to be at school or studying? Is it going to be manageable? Meditate on these things before you make any big decisions.

Having room left in your schedule for work, life, and studies is one thing — but having space in your home to complete your professional and academic projects is another! Look around your apartment and ask yourself, “Can I create a dedicated space for my studies?”

Whether you have a dedicated home office or an unused dining space that can be converted into one, having a physical room for concentration will help you conquer work and grad school. And if you need temporary furniture to transform a space for the duration of your academic pursuits, turn to CORT Furniture Rental for temporary office and bedroom furnishings.

An Easy A: Finding Your Next Place

Whether you decide to do grad school full-time while staying at work, work and study part-time, or quit work to go to pursue a different trade entirely — ApartmentSearch has your back. Find apartments that fit your budget wherever life takes you!

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Budget-Friendly At-Home Valentine’s Date Ideas | ApartmentSearch

women holding hands at homeMoney can’t buy love, but all the fancy Valentine’s date nights on your social media feeds may lead you to lose sight of this truth. Show your love this year without going over-budget with these at-home Valentine’s Day ideas that are guaranteed to please your main squeeze!

Create an At-Home Spa

Going to a spa is an expensive endeavor. Creating one at home is an affordable way to set a mood and create an environment of relaxation and peace. Opt for a relaxing bath or DIY massage coupled with candles, relaxing tunes, and fragrant essential oils or Epsom salts. Then, pamper your partner with a foot or back rub, and top things off with a sheet mask or facial treatment and a glass of wine. You and your relationship will feel refreshed and reinvigorated the day after!

Valentine’s Dinner Ideas

Food is love, and there’s no better way to show that love than by cooking up a special meal for that special someone. Think outside the box and experiment with a new recipe, an indoor picnic, or even more creative, a fondue for two! There’s just something romantic about chocolate fondue, and when you don’t have to leave home to enjoy it, that’s a bonus.

Borrow this DIY fondue night tutorial from Forkly for a deliciously melty dinner that’s sure to satisfy. To amp up the romance factor, create playlists for each other ahead of time and listen to the songs while you dip into your culinary creations. And pro tip? Make it a tech-free evening, keeping phones and even the TV off-limits for Valentine’s night.

Plan a Scavenger Hunt

A DIY scavenger hunt can take a bit of planning, but it costs next to nothing and practically guarantees a good time! Plus, with some creative thinking, your scavenger hunt can be confined to the four walls of your studio apartment or the four corners of your neighborhood!

Hide meaningful notes and trinkets in a few strategic locations, along with clues to the next treasure — the clues can be brain-teasers, inside jokes, or riddles that your partner has to figure out to get to the last stop — YOU!

Host a Movie Night

Is it a little cliche? Yes, but for good reason — it’s one of the best ways to spend the night when done correctly. Instead of just plopping on the couch with no plan like a typical TV night, make it romantic and fun creating a lineup of your partner’s favorite shows and episodes or a movie that holds special significance in your relationship. Whatever you do, add in those special touches — maybe even prepare your partner’s favorite binge-watching snack — to show just how much you care.

Learn a New Craft Together

It doesn’t matter if you’ve been in a relationship for years or you’re spending your first Valentine’s Day together. Learning something new is a great way to connect. Whether it’s knitting or wine-and-watercolor painting, you’re guaranteed to find a tutorial online that will guide you through this adventure and provide a Valentine’s Day full of crafting. The best part is that if you make a mistake, you’re both in it together.

Ready to Fall In Love with Your Home?

Does spending time at home feel more like a feat than a treat? In that case, you may want to consider moving into a different apartment that you can feel proud of! Find a place with plenty of room to entertain, make dinner, and enjoy with ApartmentSearch.

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Apartments With Move-in Specials | Apartminty

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Right now is a fantastic time to be looking for a new apartment home in Washington, DC. The past few years’ construction boom has added a surplus of apartment inventory to the market. The result of extra apartment inventory = move-in specials!

If you are willing to commit to a longer lease term you can score anywhere between one to three months free! Plus if you can make a quick decision, apartments are offering additional incentives like $250 gift cards, free parking, free meal delivery services, and more.

Move-in specials used to only be found at new construction buildings that were just opening up. With all the extra apartment inventory in DC now, the interesting thing we are seeing is that older buildings are getting in on the concession game, too! So it’s possible to get one or two months free at the more budget-friendly buildings.

We’re starting a list of apartment specials here and will add to it as we find more. Hear of an awesome special? Drop us a line at info@apartminty.com and we’ll be sure to add it to the list!


Avec on H Street

Get up to two months free + $250 gift card

901 H Street NE, Washington, DC Text with an agent: 855-283-1852 Speak with an agent 833-758-5743

Avec on H is a new apartment building on H Street NE. The building has a huge rooftop with a pool, outdoor living rooms with heaters, conversation areas with firepits, and grilling areas. The building has studios, one, two, and three-bedroom apartments starting at $1564. You can get the two-months free movein special by choosing a longer lease term and if you apply within 48 hours of your apartment tour, you get the additional $250 gift card. They are offering self-guided tours and virtual tours. Check out Avec floorplans here.


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Get up to two months free!

1717 20th Street NW, Washington, DC

Speak with an agent 833-300-3125

Dupont Apartments is located just two blocks from the Dupont Circle metro stop. The smaller apartment building doesn’t have all the bells and whistles of a new luxury building, but the prices are great and the location can’t be beaten! The building has studios and one-bedroom apartments starting at $1490. You can get the two-months free move-in special on any available apartment right now. They are offering self-guided tours and virtual tours. Check out Dupont Apartments floorplans here.


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Get up to two months free!

1221 South Eads Street, Arlington, VA Speak with an agent 877-472-3092

Aura Pentagon City is located in the heart of Pentagon City. Living here means an easy commute to the Pentagon, Boeing, and the new Amazon HQ2! The building has two rooftop pools, 24-hour concierge, fitness center, and complimentary coffee service! Apartment sizes range from studios up to two-bedrooms and come equipped with large closets, full-size washers and dryers, and gas ranges. You can get the two-months free move-in special on specific apartments right now. Check out Aura floorplans here.


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Get Six Weeks free!

2800 Woodley Road, NW Washington, DC Speak with an agent 833-226-4798

2800 Woodley is on a residential street in the Woodley Park neighborhood. Just four blocks from the Woodley Park/Adams Morgan metro station, this is a great apartment for car-free living lifestyle. However, the residential street does allow for street parking. This rent-control building has a stunning lobby and some of the friendliest front desk employees you will ever meet. The rent is inclusive of all utilities with the exception of cable/internet. Apartment sizes range from studios up to two-bedrooms and come equipped with large closets, wood parquet floors, and gas ranges. You can get the six weeks free move-in special on any available apartment right now. Check out their floorplans here.


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Get up to Two Months Free!

1701 Massachusetts NW Washington, DC Speak with an agent 833-716-9395

Located on Massachusetts Avenue, NW The Baystate is made up of 111 studio apartments. The building offers package receiving and pick-up/delivery dry cleaning service. There is on-site management and for your convenience a mobile app to submit work orders or pay your rent. There are an on-site laundry room and fitness center. In the warmer months, you can enjoy the rooftop deck. Studio apartments at this property start at only $1395! You can get the two-months free move-in special on any available apartment right now. Check out their floorplans here.

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Must Have Tools for Thanksgiving Dinner Prep This Year | Apartminty

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We don’t have to tell you that Thanksgiving looks and feels a lot different this year.  This may be the first you you are cooking the big meal yourself.  While we wish we could be there to help, the next best thing is to share with you our favorite tools for prepping a Thanksgiving feast.  And once you’ve got all the tools ordered, be sure to check out our Pinterest boards, for all of our favorite recipes both for Thanksgiving dinner and for the accompanying drinks.

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BECAUSE YOU’RE PROBABLY NOT EATING THAT WHOLE PIE IN ONE SITTING…BUT WE WON’T JUDGE IF YOU DO

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Van Ness DC Neighborhood Guide | Apartminty

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NorthWest DC   •   Residential   •   Neighborhood Feel   •   Bike-Friendly

Studio: $1500
1 BR: $1735
2 BR: $2224

Walkscore: 81
Transit Score: 66
Metro: Red Line

Van Ness is a suburban Northwest D.C. neighborhood located next to Rock Creek Park. This beautiful tree lined neighborhood is diverse, quiet, and close knit. While the area is not known for having a big nightlife scene, it is recognized for its residential feel, its convenient location, and the wide variety of residents and housing options that you will find here. The community takes pride in the beauty of the neighborhood – sharing borders with Rock Creek Park makes Van Ness a scenic neighborhood, and residents hope to preserve that.

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Sfoglina, a pasta house, opened it’s doors in Van Ness in 2016 and has been a neighborhood staple ever since. The menu focuses on traditional Italian meals and is subject to change daily. The menu features dishes meant for sharing with the group, as sharing meals is a common theme in Italian culture. Sfoglina is our favorite brunch option in Van Ness. Every Saturday and Sunday brunch is served from 10:30AM until 2:30PM. The standard brunch menu is offered in addition to rotating brunch specials. The menu consists of your typical brunch, but with an Italian twist – Ricotta Pancakes, Egg Frittata with Proscuitto, and more. They have brunch mocktails and cocktails to choose from as well. The atmosphere is very conducive to a fun extensive brunch with friends – enjoy the cozy and relaxed feel inside, or there is a covered outdoor patio where brunch is served as well.

Adams Morgan Happy Hour DC

There is nothing like a good Mediterranean café to enjoy happy hour, and Acacia Bistro is our favorite in the Van Ness area. This wine and tapas bar mainly specializes in Italian, Spanish, French, and Turkish cuisine, and they have a delicious wine to pair with every item on the menu. Happy Hour occurs daily from 3:30PM to 6:30PM.  The drink options are extensive – $6 glasses of wine, $4 beers, and specialty cocktails for $6. There are happy hour food specials as well – apps to share for $4 – $11, and house pizzas for $10. Charcuterie and cheese boards are offered at a price of 3 options for $13. The cheap prices, delicious food and drinks, and fun Mediterranean vibes make for the perfect Happy Hour spot. 

Adams Morgan Gyms & Fitness Centers | Where To Work Out In DC

Gold’s Gym is the neighborhood workout spot in Van Ness. Located right on Connecticut Avenue, getting here is extremely convenient for those living in the neighborhood. The gym is open every day from 5:00AM until 11:00PM. Members can enjoy a variety of amenities: Cardio Cinema, Cycle Studio, Group Exercise Classes, Cardio Equipment, Free Weights, Training Area equipped with TRX, Locker Rooms, Towel Service, and Nutrition Counseling. Gold’s Gym truly has everything you could possibly need and more. One Free Class Pass and one Free VIP Pass is offered to those looking to join Gold’s Gym and can be redeemed online.

Getting Around DC | Adams Morgan Transportation

Van Ness has great public transportation options, which is typically the best way for anyone to get in and out of the neighborhood. The Van Ness Metro stop is centrally located in the neighborhood. Because of the metro, leaving and coming back to Van Ness from the rest of the D.C. area is quite convenient. There are several bus lines passing through the neighborhood as well, adding to the convenience of public transportation. Van Ness is a very walkable neighborhood, too. Residents can easily walk to access errands, shops, restaurants, and bars.

Adams Morgan Lifestyle | Living In DC

The Van Ness residents vary in age, race, and ethnicities, and the neighborhood is very proud of that. The University of the District of Columbia and Howard University School of Law are located in Van Ness, as well as several Embassies and businesses, adding to the mix of residents here. There are several neighborhood events hosted throughout the year, bringing a strong sense of community to the area. Due to the close proximity to Rock Creek Park, Van Ness is a “Tree and Slope Protection Overlay District” – building height and maximum ground coverage of buildings have a limit in order to maintain the essence of the Park.

Living In Adams Morgan | DC Apartments Adams Morgan

Housing in Van Ness varies – there are both large and small homes scattered throughout the neighborhood, as well as large condominium and apartment buildings. For the most part, Van Ness is an expensive area to live in. However, it is possible to find various price points here, due to the diversity of the residents. There are several apartment buildings throughout Van Ness that offer one to three bedroom apartments, a wide variety of amenities, and easy access to the neighborhood and other D.C. neighborhoods.

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New Kids On The Block: The Latest & Greatest New DC Apartments For Rent | Apartminty

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New Kids On The Block | New DC Apartments For Rent

Agora, the second building of The Collective apartment community, is expected to open in January of 2018. Located in the Capitol Riverfront, Agora is located in one of DC’s most trending neighborhoods. The building will have  one, two, and three bedroom apartments available. The apartments take luxury to the next level – European style kitchens, stainless steel appliances, large ceilings, and spacious rooms, all with a modern feel. The community is pet-friendly but will offer animal-free floors as well. Residents of both Agora and Park Chelsea (building 1 of The Collective) enjoy access to the amenities of both buildings, including rooftop pools, fitness centers, spa rooms, a virtual golf simulator, a full-size demonstration kitchen, rooftop lounge with fire pits and grill areas, and much more. Living at Agora will be an experience you don’t want to miss.  

Incanto is a brand-new apartment building located in the Wharf, DC’s newest Southwest Waterfront community. As part of the Wharf, Incanto is right in the mix of all that the new community has to offer. Studio, one, and two-bedroom apartments are available, ranging in size from 395 SqFt to 1,024 SqFt. The apartments are beautiful, and every amenity you could ask for is available. Fitness center, resident lounges, courtyards, and Wharf Club Memberships are just a few of the amenities this pet-friendly community has to offer. Incanto is the best place to enjoy the luxury of living waterfront in DC. 

The Channel is another luxury apartment community located at the Wharf. Waterfront views, over-the-top amenities, and easy access to all of the Wharf are just a few reasons why we love The Channel. Studio, one, and two-bedroom apartments are available to move into immediately. Each apartment features concrete flooring and ceilings, spacious and open rooms, and floor to ceiling windows. The community has one acre of green space, an infinity pool with cabanas, two fitness centers, a party room, lounge area, dog run, community garden and more. The Wharf is one of DC’s most happening areas, and The Channel will have you feeling right at home while enjoying all of the action.  

Located in DC’s Union Market area, The Edison is a brand-new community offering industrial style apartments. One and two-bedroom floorplans are available, ranging in size from 559 SqFt to 1,143 SqFt. In addition to The Edison’s convenient location, the amenities offered are top of the line. Fitness center, multi-media lounge room, outdoor courtyards equipped with fire pits and a full kitchen, and a soon-to-be on-site Trader Joe’s are just a few things we love about this community. The apartments have two finishes to choose from, both of which feature high ceilings, modern kitchens with quartz countertops and stainless-steel appliances, and spacious rooms and closets. If you move in now, there could be up to 1.5 months of free rent, so act fast!  

One of the newest additions to the Capitol Riverfront is 1221 Van, a luxury apartment building overlooking National’s stadium and the rest of DC. 1221 Van offers pet-friendly studio, one, and two-bedroom apartments and a variety of community amenities. Spacious kitchens designed for entertaining, beautiful bathrooms with porcelain tubs and tiled flooring and wood-inspired flooring give the apartments a chic and luxurious feel. Residents can relax and enjoy the community’s rooftop infinity pool, fitness center, incredible rooftop views, and a full-service concierge. At 1221 Van, you can be a part of the booming Capitol Riverfront community.  

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