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Overview
Also referred to as Northern Virginia, being the birthplace of the United States makes the Commonwealth of Virginia unique among the original 13 colonies. Historic Jamestown, the first area permanently settled by the English, was established in 1607 along the banks of the James River. Virginia’s 42,772 square miles encompass a high concentration of the nation’s highest-income counties, an extensive domestic and global transportation infrastructure and spectacular natural beauty from mountains, forests and waterways to ocean.

A group of concerned citizens and the Northern Virginia Planning District Commission began joint efforts working with their local governments in the 1950’s to preserve the area’s natural habitats and history from adverse effects of urban sprawl. Representing City of Alexandria, City of Fairfax, City of Falls Church and the counties of Arlington, Fairfax and Loudoun, what is today known as NOVA Parks operates dozens of unique destination parks across more than 10,000 acres of natural and historic significance for people to enjoy and explore. Virginia state parks include Seven Bends near West Virginia and Maryland borders, Widewater in the east, High Bridge Trail at Farmville in the south, and First Landing in Virginia Beach.

Established in 2009 and considered the crown jewel of America’s military bases, Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story combined into one command the former Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek and the Army Post of Fort Story. The birthplace of a country then is a fitting location for Arlington National Cemetery, where United States military who served with honor can be laid to final rest alongside generations of those who helped build, defend and maintain the finest country in the world.

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I cannot thank them enough for all they have done.”
- Julie Foster

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“US Home Assist was very Professional and Knowledgeable while helping us sell our home in a timely manner. (1) They were not pushy, (2) They Listened to Problems, (3) Made it very easy on our family.”

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Local Information

Schools, Colleges

Students in public school districts consistently score above 90 percent proficiency in English across the board. West Point Public Schools students scored highest with 100 in English and 98 in mathematics for 2015-2016. Other districts with schools who scored above 90 percent in both areas include Winchester City Public Schools, Falls Church City Public Schools, Rockingham County Public Schools and Bath County Public Schools.

The College of William and Mary is the nation’s second-oldest institution of higher learning and the cradle of the nation’s first law school. Liberty University is the largest in Virginia with more than 56,500 students.

Economy

Types of Businesses

Key industries in Virginia are aerospace, automotive, corporate headquarters, cyber-security, data centers, distribution, energy, food processing, internet technology, life sciences and plastics and advanced materials.

Economic Growth

Median income for 2014 was $64,902, slightly lower than in 2011. Stable taxes, a highly educated workforce and extensive transportation infrastructure of international airports, railroads, ports and major highways pave the way for continuing job growth. Military and government agencies and the businesses that support them provide jobs and infusions of dollars into local and surrounding economies. Population growth projected to reach two million by the year 2020 is already in residence.
Hospitals

According to U.S. News World Report, top hospitals in Virginia for 2016-2017 include:

Taxes

Commonwealth of Virginia real estate tax rate is $1.130 per $100 of assessed value, and general sales tax is 4.3 percent. Virginia’s homestead exemption is a paltry $5,000 compared to states like Ohio and Florida with $25,000 plus for all residents. City of Fairfax real estate property tax rates are $1.062 per $100. Arlington’s rate is $0.9996, and Prince William County is $1.181.

Crime Rates

Reports filed by local law enforcement or city agencies to the Federal Bureau of Investigation show property crime incidents for these Virginia cities:

Popular Neighborhoods

Located in northernmost Virginia, Stone Ridge in Aldie is a new, mixed-use development with about 7,500 residents in Loudoun County, the country’s richest county. Cost of living is high being so conveniently located to Washington Dulles International Airport, but good schools, extensive community amenities and close proximity to neighboring states make this a popular neighborhood.McNair, Franklin Farm and Merrifield are located in Fairfax County, the largest. Shopping, restaurants, schools and close to Washington D.C., Reston and Vienna, be prepared to spend upwards of $500,000 for a home here.

Haymarket and Gainesville are located in Prince William County, the least expensive. Afforable, family-friendly and more remote from metro areas make these neighborhoods ideal for first-time buyers and growing or downsizing households.

Culture, Lifestyle

Swim, camp, hike, bike, golf, access local waterways, attend festivals and events, explore historic Civil War battlefields and homes or botanical gardens and nature centers at more than 31 regional parks like:

Other cultural activities in Virginia include Harrison Opera House, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Portsmouth Art & Cultural Center, and Chrysler Museum of Art.