Those who work in Washington, D.C., but don't want to deal with the hectic lifestyle that comes with living in the district may want to extend their search for homes for rent to include nearby suburbs. When researching these areas, Bethesda, Md., will likely be at the top of the list of potential places to call home. Its great location and exciting downtown area are major draws for new renters.
Bethesda plans numerous events and festivals for its residents to take part in each year, which gives renters a chance to get to know others in the community and explore the area. The thriving downtown area is also popular among locals, as it offers numerous shopping and dining options that will keep families occupied for hours on end. This neighborhood is also filled with public art, giving it a unique feel.
Find Studio, 1 Bedroom, 2 Bedroom, 3 Bedroom, 4 Bedroom rental houses within your budget in Bethesda, Maryland. Or you can search for houses over 600 sq.ft, 800 sq.ft, 1000 sq.ft, 1200 sq.ft, 1400 sq.ft, 1600 sq.ft.
Many Rentals.com landlords in Bethesda, Maryland are practicing social distancing and have started offering video tours of their properties. We recommend contacting landlords of properties you’re interested in and asking if they offer virtual tours over Facetime, Skype or Google Hangouts. Here are some best practices to guide you through finding your next rental home during these times.
Rentals.com was built with parents in mind. Within Bethesda we have 256 rental houses spread across multiple school districts. To help narrow your search, simply enter the school name within the Rentals.com search bar to find rental homes in that school district.