Springfield is a major census-designated place in central Fairfax County. It's a suburb of Washington, D.C., and often is considered to incorporate other nearby, smaller communities, making homes for rent in good supply. This makes Springfield the most population-dense portion of the Washington metropolitan area and therefore a significant part of the city's cultural demographics. Many residents are commuters, but the sheer number of people means that there are many neighborhood firms as well that provide local employment.
The Springfield Mall is a major shopping attraction right by the Capital Beltway. This center is ideal for finding dining, shopping and entertainment options all accessible through Springfield's extensive transit system.
Find Studio, 1 Bedroom, 2 Bedroom, 3 Bedroom, 4 Bedroom rental houses within your budget in Springfield, Virginia. 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 Springfield, Virginia 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 Springfield we have 288 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.