Alexandria is an independent city in the Commonwealth of Virginia. The population is estimated to be approximately 150,575 people. Located along the western bank of the Potomac River, Alexandria is approximately 7 miles (11 km) south of downtown Washington, D.C.Alexandria is considered to be an affluent and desirable suburb of D.C. with a diversified real estate market. Homes in Alexandria offer ease of access to all the city has to offer, the abundant job market downtown, and various military installations around D.C. while providing a quaint hometown feel. Alexandria’s vast real estate portfolio includes urban mixed uses, cozy rural enclaves, waterfront estates, and of course stunning streetscapes lined with historic architecture. Start your home search in Alexandria, Old Town, Kingstowne, Fort Belvoir, Mount Vernon, or any of the nearby areas and enjoy all that Northern Virginia and D.C. Metro has to offer.Read More
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Andrews Air Force Base is one of the largest bases in the D.C. Metro area. Located just 8 miles from our nation’s capital, it employs about 20,000 military and civilian personnel alike. Don’t be surprised to see the awe inspiring Air Force One flying over on a typical day, where the aircraft is housed. The large presence of the armed forces in the area has created a huge demand for housing in the area market. Those stationed here live in a variety of places stretching from Northern Virginia to Southern Maryland alike.Read More
Arlington County is a county in the Commonwealth of Virginia. The county's population is estimated to be roughly 229,302 people which would make it the fourth-largest city in the Commonwealth if it were incorporated as such. Arlington is located just north of Alexandria and about 5 miles west of D.C. The real estate market in Arlington is dynamic and full of vigor. Despite its high density residential area, Arlington boasts beautiful homes in highly sought communities, many within walking distance to popular dining, entertainment, and shopping establishments. Some of the most popular areas include Ballston, Clarendon, Ashton Heights, and Lyon Village. You will find homes that range from trendy condos to stately custom homes. Whether you desire suburb or city living, you can find both in Arlington and the other is only a short drive away. Arlington is sure not to disappoint.Read More
Ashburn is one of Loudoun County’s best kept secrets. However, in recent years the area has been seeing a huge increase in the real estate market and population influx. This has brought a great deal of variety to the area housing market and retail districts. Ashburn has a number of mixed-use developments, planned communities, and small quiet developments. You can find homes that range from small condos to expansive luxury homes all nestled away from the city. The Metro Silver Line is expected to finish their expansion into Ashburn in late 2017 creating an ease of commuting which will further excel the market in the area. Not to mention, Dulles Airport is conveniently located just minutes away. With Ashburn boasting so many choices in real estate, entertainment, dining, retail, and transportation; who needs the city?Read More
Fairfax County located in Northern Virginia, about 15 miles from D.C., has a population estimated to be approximately 1,129,330 people, making it the most populous jurisdiction in the Commonwealth of Virginia, with 13.6% of Virginia's population. Fairfax County is home to the headquarters of the CIA, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, National Reconnaissance Office, National Counterterrorism Center, and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. It also houses ten Fortune 500 companies. The area is known for its rich historical background rooted in the Revolutionary and Civil War. The home of President George Washington continues to draw tourists to the area.This all serves as a backdrop to one of the Northern Virginia’s most fast paced real estate markets. From high rise condos to expansive mansions situated on large acre lots, Fairfax County has a home for every budget. Whether you want new construction or a historic renovation project, be sure to check out the listings here first.Read More
Falls Church is located in Fairfax County just a short 10 mile drive to D.C, but offering a small town feel with only about 14,000 people. Those 10 miles will feel like an easy commute with Falls Church being located just off I-66 and Hwy 50. However, if driving isn’t your fancy there are two metro stations and the Metro Bus service includes the area. The area is a variety of eclectic real estate mixed with commercial space and really represents a vast offering to the consumer. You can find anything from 19th century Victorian homes to new construction within its confines. In 2011, Falls Church was named the richest county in the U.S. All these wonderful things add up to make Falls Church a destination you worth including on your new home search.Read More
Located within Fairfax County, Fort Belvoir area homes are ideally located for easy access to Washington DC, Alexandria and of course, the military installation itself. Residents in this consistently popular area enjoy a relaxed lifestyle and unrivaled access to a host of amenities and recreational facilities. Thanks to a vibrant mix of elegant colonial houses, modern family homes and immaculate apartments and condos, Fort Belvoir real estate seekers are virtually guaranteed to find the perfect place at the right price.Read More
Buyers looking for a suburban location will find Loudoun County quite attractive. There is an abundance of communities with spacious single family homes, many with amenities within walking distance. In recent years, several areas have developed popular mixed use residential areas that combine the convenience of urban living with popular retail shops. Many popular areas of Loudoun are Ashburn, Aldie, and Leesburg.Read More
Manassas is located in Prince Williams County, Virginia and includes Manassas and Manassas Park. The city’s population tops out around 40,000 people. The area has strong historical ties dating back to the Battle of Bull Run and still celebrates that rich history in many celebrations throughout the year. Manassas has become a popular suburbia real estate market for commuters due to the slug lines, commuter bus services, and the VRE.Read More
North Reston encompasses the Reston Town Center, a few high rise condo and apartment buildings, commercial spaces, the metro, 2 beautiful lakes, and wide variety of diverse homes nestled among a range of retails centers. Essentially you can work, live, and play all in North Reston within a 5 minute drive to each. Start your home search today by searching the 20194 or 20190 zip code for your perfect North Reston home.Read More
The Pentagon is the headquarters for the U.S Department of Defense located in Arlington, VA. It employs about 23,000 military and civilian personnel. However, there is no dedicated housing assigned to this post. Military members must find accomodations in nearby communities and commute daily. There are a variety of different areas that are convenient to the Pentagon in Northern Virginia. Whether you prefer a city living in a condo or a white picket fence with green grass in the suburbs, we have you covered.Read More
Prince William County is located on the Potomac River in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Many residents here are commuters, so communities with ease of access to travelled routes are highly sought after. However, you can find homes that range from waterfront bungalows, amenity filled townhome communities, to custom built million dollar homes. Prince William County is an area where choice reigns supreme.Read More
Quantico Marine Base is located near Triangle and Dumfries, Virginia. It is approximately 100 square miles and is one of the Marine Corps largest bases in the world. The base produces a significant impact on our local housing market and economy by employing about 12,000 military and civilian personnel. In addition, Quantico is also home to the FBI Academy and DEA. If you are looking for a great community within a short commute to the base, you will have plenty of options. There are a variety of affordable properties waiting for you.Read More
Reston is located in Fairfax County, Virginia, United States, within the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. The population rests at approximately 60,000 people. An internationally known planned community founded in 1964, it was built with the goal of revolutionizing post–World War II concepts of land use and residential/corporate development in suburban America. The Reston Town Center is home to many businesses, with high-rise and low-rise commercial buildings that are home to shops, restaurants, offices, a cinema, and a hotel. It comprises over 1,000,000 square feet of office space. In 2012, Reston was ranked 7th in the Best Place to Live in America by CNN Money Magazine.Read More
Reston Town Center is designed with open avenues and with wide sidewalks. It is built around Fountain Square, a medium-sized open area between the surrounding shops. Since the most recent phase of construction in 2009, Reston Town Center, in the past known more so for its shopping, dining, and entertainment, has also developed into a location for businesses and residences.Read More
Lake Thoreau and Lake Audubon are waiting for you in South Reston with some of the most beautiful homes Reston has to offer. The south has quaint townhome clusters, condo communities, luxury waterfront, commercial spaces, and some of Reston's most lofty homes all just a stones throw from South Lakes Village or Hunters Woods Village Centers Retail spaces. Maybe golf is your passion, then visit the Reston Golf Course on the south side and tee it up. The south side of Reston offers so much charm you won't be disappointed.Read More
Stafford is located in Stafford County approximately 40 miles south of D.C.with a population of about 139,992 people. The Marine Corps Base Quantico is located north of the community and shares its zip code with Prince William alike. Many residents are commuters to D.C. or the nearby Marine Base and love the close proximity to commuting routes and the VRE.Stafford has homes to satisfy all tastes. Timeless properties on the Potomac to new chic condos that make you feel like urban living has found its way to the suburbs. There will always be an impressive selection of homes in the Stafford housing market, so don’t overlook this gem.Read More
Tysons Corner is conveniently located in Fairfax County between McLean and Vienna with a population estimated at 20,000. Tysons is probably best known for its two popular shopping entities, The Tyson Galleria and Tysons Corner Center. But it also houses some of the biggest corporate companies such as Hilton, Capital One, Booz Allen, and Freddie Mac.
Being Fairfax’s central business district has created a strong demand for housing in the area. With the opening of the Silver Line, the new and resale market is expected to continue its strong trend. If urban living is your niche, Tysons Corner is an area you may want to consider.
Vienna is a town in Fairfax County, Virginia. In August 2013, CNN/Money and Money magazine ranked Vienna, VA third on its list of the 100 best places to live in the United States. In addition to highly ranked public schools, its assets include a downtown with many small businesses, a metro station with large parking garages just south of the town, and a portion of the Washington & Old Dominion Railroad Regional Park hiker/biker trail cutting through the center of the town. The quaint small town feel of Vienna has created a strong housing market in the area. If you want all the convenience of city living just minutes away, but the coziness of “Main Street”, Vienna should be on the list.Read More
Woodbridge is a highly sought area of Northern Virginia due to the close proximity to D.C, Fort Belvoir, and Quantico. The commuter routes are ideal and the real estate market boasts properties from cozy cottages and townhomes to sprawling waterfront estates. Every budget is afforded a lifestyle in Woodbridge.
The area offers plenty to entertain those of all ages. The Osprey’s Golf Club, Ocoquan Bay National Wildlife Refuge, the Potomac and Ocoquan Rivers, or the Potomac Mills Mall are all minutes from every location. It’s small town living with big city convenience.Read More