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A full service real estate agent serving the needs of home buyers and home sellers throughout Northern Virginia, Fairfax County, Springfield, Burke, Clifton, Fairfax, Fairfax Station & Centreville
As one of Fairfax County's most trusted real estate professionals, Leslie Reisinger loves being at the heart of it all. Whether it means working her hardest to make your family's dreams come true, making a difference in the community or staying in tune with the local real estate market and the latest industry trends, she is dedicated to giving it her all every day. When it comes to your family's next home purchase or sale, count on Leslie to take your home to heart. She goes out of her way to make great things happen and won't quit until the job is done right. Leslie understands what matters most to you and your family throughout the process and is driven to make a difference.
As a real estate professional, Leslie Reisinger has made it her duty to know everything she can about moving, relocating or transferring to, from or within the Northern Virginia and Fairfax County area.
Leslie believes in making the real estate and relocation process as easy as possible for everyone involved. To her, that means providing information to anyone who wants to find out more about the communities of Northern Virginia, Fairfax County, Springfield, Burke, Clifton, Fairfax, Fairfax Station, Lorton, Centreville, Alexandria, Annandale, Orange Hunt, Leewood, Manchester Lakes, Kingstowne, South Run, South Run Oaks as well as The Pentagon and Fort Belvoir, VA.
Those who have worked with Leslie appreciate knowing the purchase of their new home is in the hands of such a capable and trustworthy professional while they're wrapping up all the last-minute details of packing and moving out of their previous home.
Leslie Reisinger and her team understand your special needs As a veteran with over 6 years of active duty herself in the Air Force, both here at home and overseas, Leslie Reisinger understands the demands and special needs of her military clients and is dedicated to your best real estate interests whether you are buying or selling your home! Leslie knows that Military Relocation can be complicated, but she makes it simple to understand. Your home is one of the biggest investments that you will make.
Leslie Reisinger specializes in Military Family Relocation and can help you with your move to Fort Belvoir and The Pentagon
Military Family Relocation Specialist If you are moving to the area and desire immediate assistance, please give Military Family Relocation Specialist Leslie Reisinger a call at (571)238-4714. Leslie is an excellent resource for Military Families PCSing to Fort Belvoir and The Pentagon, with extensive knowledge of the Northern Virginia and Fairfax County Area and the desired ability to understand and interpret her clients needs while assisting them in their home search. Leslie has a unique insight into the process and how it can be streamlined to cause your family the least amount of stress. You can reach Leslie Toll Free at or email her at Leslie@LeslieReisinger.com.
Military Relocations can be complicated. Your house is not just an address. Your house is a place you call home, a place to call your own, and one of the biggest investments that you will make. As your Realtors® , Leslie and her team will dedicate themselves to your best real estate interests whether you are selling or buying a condo, townhouse or a detached home.
About Fort Belvoir and The Pentagon
Fort Belvoir is a United States military installation located in Fairfax County, Virginia. Fort Belvoir serves as the headquarters for both the Defense Logistics Agency and the Defense Contract Audit Agency, agencies of the United States Department of Defense, which share a building on the Fort. Fort Belvoir is home to one Army major command headquarters and elements of ten others; nineteen different agencies and direct reporting units of the Department of Army; eight elements of the U.S. Army Reserve and the Army National Guard; and twenty-six Department of Defense agencies. Also located here are a Marine Corps detachment, a U.S. Air Force activity, and an agency from the Department of the Treasury. The base was founded during World War I as Camp A. A. Humphreys, named for Andrew A. Humphreys. The post was renamed Fort Belvoir in the 1930s to honor the historic Belvoir Manor, the home of [[Thomas Fairfax, 6th Lord Fairfax of Cameron] the proprietor of the Northern Neck, which once stood on land now on the base. After the Revolutionary War, Fairfax County patriots destroyed the building. Fort Belvoir was initially the home of the US Army Corps of Engineers school prior to its relocation in the 1980s. As a result of the 2005 Base Realignment and Closure Commission Fort Belvoir is expected to have a substantial increase in the number of people stationed or employed there. The expansion of the base is a source of significant controversy between the Army and the local government as Fort Belvoir is located in heavily suburban Northern Virginia.
The Pentagon is the headquarters of the United States Department of Defense, located at 48 N. Rotary Road, Arlington, Virginia 22211 (Map). Its mailing address is "Washington, DC 20301." As a symbol of the US military, "the Pentagon" is often used metonymically to refer to the Department of Defense rather than the building itself. Those who work within its walls often simply call it the Building. The building was dedicated on January 15, 1943. It is the highest-capacity office building in the world and one of the world's largest buildings in terms of floor area. It houses approximately 23,000 military and civilian employees and about 3,000 non-defense support personnel. It has five sides, five floors above ground (plus two basement levels), and five ring corridors per floor with a total of 17.5 miles (28 km) of corridors. At five acres (20,000 m²), the central plaza in the Pentagon is the world's largest "no-salute, no-cover" area (an area exempt from the normal rule that, when out of doors, U.S. military personnel must wear hats and salute superior officers). The open space in the center is informally known as "ground zero," a nickname originating during the Cold War when it was thought of as the most likely target of a nuclear missile. At the center of this plaza is the "Ground Zero Cafe," a snack bar. Just south of the Pentagon are Pentagon City and Crystal City, extensive shopping and high-density residential districts in Arlington. Arlington National Cemetery is to the north. The Washington Metro Pentagon station is also located at the Pentagon, on the Blue and Yellow Lines.
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