Northern Virginia has the best luxury real estate listings to offer. From areas such as McLean, Great Falls, Falls Church, Arlington, Alexandria to Leesburg, Purcellville, Middleburg, Upperville, Waterford and more. Listings can be found in all styles and sizes to fit your luxury real estate needs and budget. Gene Mock, Associate Broker, Premier Team, Keller Williams Realty 703-342-8100 will arrange to show you properties you can pre-select on his website NorthernVirginiaLuxuryProperties.com. Gene has access to “secret inventories” of luxury real estate that may not be listed or advertised through multiple listing services. Gene will help you buy or sell your Northern Virginia luxury real estate efficiently and with superior client services that will leave you impressed. Gene won’t be satisfied unless YOU THE CLIENT is satisfied. So if you’re thinking about moving to the Northern Virginia area and are interested in seeing all the best listings of luxury properties for sale, you’ve come to the right place!
TYPES OF LUXURY HOMES FOR SALE
Gene can show you all types of great luxury real estate to meet your needs and desires. There are many types of luxury homes and properties available in Northern Virginia, regardless of the number of people in your household or how close or far out you want to live from the Beltway around Washington, DC. Here’s an example of luxury homes, segregated by some choice neighborhoods in the Northern Virginia area:
Real estate values in Northern Virginia area expected to grow in 2014, especially the Counties of Arlington, Fairfax, Prince William and Loudoun. Demographics are changing as well as economic factors. Unemployment is lower than the national average, and more people are moving here with larger incomes and discretionary funds to spend. The future of Northern Virginia real estate looks strong, especially in suburban communities in these counties. Some specific neighborhoods worth highlighting include:
Shirlington in Arlington County is a rapidly developing area over the past decade and is drawing the attention of newcomers to the area. Within Shirlington there are single family, townhomes, condos, within easy commute to the Pentagon and Washington, DC.
Vienna is a town in Fairfax County that investors are watching. In August 2013 CNN and Money Magazine called Vienna one of the “100 Best Places to Live in America.” One of the great features of this town is it’s highly rated public schools. Commuters find Vienna, VA a great location for work, school, shopping with proximity to Tysons Corner and recreation. Vienna is known for single family, townhome and condominium living at its best.
Great Falls is an area that has doubled in size over the past 10 years. With this type of growth housing should grow substantially, relative to other Virginia real estate areas, as demand for housing close to employment centers and Metro System ~ the Silver Line at Tysons Corner is a real plus!
McLean is an unincorporated town located east of Great Falls and is well known for it’s wealth. The median income per family is just under $200,000, and the prices for real estate reflect these incomes. The close proximity to Washington, DC offers buyers the best in luxury and convenience.
Woodbridge is located about 20 miles south of Washington, DC and is home to a very large population who commute to thousands of jobs there as well as surrounding areas. Woodbridge has continued to grow over the past two decades and attracts newcomers to the Washington, DC area.
Haymarket is a town that’s really grown and is one of the most affluent areas in Prince William County, Virginia. Median household incomes are high and supply of housing is limited, so prices are expected to grow in the coming months and years.
Ashburn, Leesburg and Purcellville in Loudoun County continue to grow and real estate prices have remained strong. Loudoun County’s public school system is among the best in Northern Virginia and is a very popular country for young, growing families who are looking for a great place to raise their families with a high quality of life.