Renters in Washington, D.C. can save more than $600 a month by living with a roommate, according to a new analysis by HotPads, a Zillow group-owned home search platform for renters.

Nationwide, renters save $661 a month by living with a roommate. In Washington, D.C. renters could save $628, which is slightly less than the national average.

According to Zillow’s Rent Forecast, rents in Washington fell 0.4 percent over the past year, but rents in the metro as a whole are expected to rise 0.4 percent in 2018.

The analysis also found that renters with roommates in the Woodley Park area save the most, at $1,068 per month.

Neighborhood

Median 1-bedroom Rent

Median 2-bedroom Rent

Discount for Renting with a Roommate ($)

Discount for Renting with a Roommate (%)

Washington, D.C.

$2,100

$2,944

$628

29.9%

Woodley Park

$2,655

$3,175

$1,068

40.2%

Downtown

$2,382

$2,900

$932

39.1%

Logan Circle

$2,500

$3,292

$854

34.2%

Columbia Heights

$2,120

$2,575

$833

39.3%

Near Northeast

$2,324

$3,100

$774

33.3%

Navy Yard

$2,355

$3,185

$763

32.4%

Dupont Circle

$2,300

$3,100

$750

32.6%

U Street Corridor

$2,450

$3,454

$723

29.5%

Shaw

$2,510

$3,600

$710

28.3%

Cathedral Heights

$1,900

$2,400

$700

36.8%

The full analysis for 2018 will be available to the public on Thursday, HotPads said.

HotPads is a Zillow Group-owned apartment and home search platform for renters in urban areas across the United States. For more information on the U.S. rental market, visit HotPads.com.