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Virginia is for Lovers

Virginia real estate is located along the Mid-Atlantic coast, in the southeastern portion of the United States. The state, whose motto is “Virginia is for Lovers,” is characterized by greatly varying geography, with the Blue Ridge Mountains and Shenandoah Valley to the west and lovely beaches and the Chesapeake Bay to the east. No matter where you look, Virginia is beautiful!

As one of America’s original 13 colonies, Virginia also has a rich historical background that is still very much in evidence today. Visitors flock annually to such heritage sites as Mount Vernon, Monticello, and the centuries-old College of William & Mary in Colonial Williamsburg.

Many people choose to purchase Virginia real estate thanks to the state’s mild climate and the strong job markets near Richmond and Washington, D.C.

Virginia is where the very first Long & Foster real estate office opened its doors in 1968. Our headquarters are located in Chantilly and we have more than 80 real estate offices located all over Virginia.

If you are interested in Virginia real estate or homes for sale in Virginia, search here for our comprehensive Virginia real estate listings. You can also visit our Virginia Housing Market Conditions Reports for more detailed information about living, renting, and owning in this beautiful and historic state.

Remember, we also offer real estate services beyond the Mid-Atlantic region! Let us help relocate to any part of the United States.

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Northern Virginia Real Estate

Northern Virginia is one of fastest growing, thriving regions of the United States. More than 1.8 million people live in Northern Virginia, which is made up of four counties adjacent to Washington D.C. – Fairfax, Arlington, Loudoun, and Prince William.

Long & Foster has more than 30 sales offices in Northern Virginia, so we can easily help you buy a home here. This is also the headquarters of Long & Foster, with our office conveniently located in Chantilly, off I-66 and Route 50.

Northern Virginia is a major center of employment in technology, services, and government. The median income for many parts of Northern Virginia is approximately $85,000 per year, one of the highest in the country.

Real estate is in great demand in Northern Virginia, particularly closer to the Beltway. Many people find that their property values here increase very quickly. In the last five-seven years, some people in the more desirable Northern Virginia communities have found their property values have as much as doubled in just a few years’ time.

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Homes in Hampton Roads
With the fast-growing nature of Hampton Roads, you will have no trouble buying the home of your dreams here with Long & Foster’s help. Plus, our outstanding name recognition spans the entire state of Virginia and many others.
 
Hampton Roads is the birthplace of colonial America. Designated in the late 17th century as the world's largest natural harbor, Hampton Roads merges centuries of history with rich culture, beautiful waterfront landscapes, modern technology, and economic prosperity. Today, Hampton Roads is home to 1.5 million people. It is now the 27th largest metro region in the United States.
 
The Hampton Roads area consists of many wonderful towns and communities, each with their own unique character. Twisting through Hampton Roads are the James, Nansemond, and Elizabeth Rivers, which pour into the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay.
 
The major employer in the Hampton Roads area is the United States military. The navy has a huge base in Hampton Roads.
 
There are many opportunities within Hampton Roads to buy attractive but affordable real estate.
 
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Northern Neck &
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Long & Foster’s outstanding reputation in Virginia extends all the way to the lovely Tidewater Virginia peninsulas with five growing sales offices. Stop by today and let us assist you with a new home in the Northern Neck or the Middle Peninsula.

Bounded by the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries, the Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula region stretches through ten rural counties: Lancaster, Northumberland, Richmond, Westmoreland, Essex, Gloucester, King and Queen, King William, Mathews, and Middlesex Counties. Some also consider King George part of the Northern Neck.

Washington, D.C., Richmond, and Virginia Beach are all less than two hours away from this quaint section of Virginia. And most of the state’s institutions of higher learning are within a three-hour drive. You will also find that historic homes and museums, flourishing farms, and charming vineyards are all staples of the Northern Neck and the Middle Peninsula.

Residents here enjoy a relaxed maritime lifestyle, spending ample time on the water and shopping for fresh produce and seafood at local farmer’s markets. And with acres of natural beauty and miles of coastline to spare, the Northern Neck and the Middle Peninsula have more wildlife than traffic lights. It’s this rural serenity that attracts many looking to escape from the hustle and bustle of big-city living.

 
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Homes in Richmond
Richmond is the capital of Virginia and is located in the central part of the state. Ideally located with the Atlantic Ocean to the east and the Blue Ridge Mountains to the west, Richmond enjoys a delightful climate with rather mild winters and little snow fall. Richmond averages about 39 degrees Fahrenheit in winter and 76 degrees in summer.
 
Richmond real estate tends to increase in value over time. Many people choose to buy a home here because there are good employment opportunities, but the cost of living is lower than in Washington, D.C.
 
Richmond was founded in 1737 by Colonel William Byrd II and served as the capital of the Confederacy during the Civil War.
 
Richmond is the home of the University of Richmond and Virginia Commonwealth University. Virginia State University is about 20 miles south of Richmond, in the suburb of Ettrick.
 
The median income for a household in the city is $31,121, and the median income for a family is $38,348.
 
Richmond has a strong job market in industries including tobacco, healthcare, and transportation. The city is also a center of innovation. The Virginia Biotechnology Research Park is home to many biotechnology and bioscience firms
 
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Southwest Virginia
Southwest Virginia is made up of 17 counties adjacent to West Virginia to the north and North Carolina to the south. Roanoke is at the center of this region.
 
One of the more popular regional attractions is Smith Mountain Lake. Here you will find real estate and homes for sale in the surrounding counties of Bedford, Roanoke and Franklin. Roanoke, a five-time All-American City, is nestled in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. Home buyers and real estate investors are attracted to this area because of the stunning natural beauty, exceptional amenities and an unparalleled quality of life.
 
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Virginia's Eastern Shore
Virginia's Eastern Shore, with its miles and miles of waterfront real estate, is the lower portion of the Delmarva Peninsula which separates the Chesapeake Bay from the Atlantic Ocean. Geographically separated from the rest of the state, the peninsula is 70 miles long and ranges from Tangier Island in the Chesapeake Bay to Chincoteague and Assawoman islands in the Atlantic. The main highway, U.S. Route 13, extends from the Maryland line at the north to the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel at the southern tip, providing easy access to everything from Chincoteague to Kiptopeke.
 
Real estate in the Eastern Shore of Virginia is the best kept secret on the Atlantic Seaboard. Hampton Roads Magazine refers to it as, "America's last coastal frontier". Real estate investors and people looking for homes for sale are attracted to this area because of the stunning natural beauty, exceptional amenities and an unparalleled quality of life.
 
Miles of uncrowded beaches, spectacular bird-watching, terrific fishing, sailing and kayaking are some of the magnets that draw people looking for real estate and homes for sale in this area. The oldest, continuous court records in the United States are here. Dating from 1632 they are an example of the four centuries of American History the Shore represents.
 
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