There are many reasons to consider Prince William County Virginia a place to call home. The wide variety of neighborhoods, recreation opportunities and transportation options thoughout the area. Prince William County also is stong financially as noted by CNN Money Magazine.
Check out this post by Cindy Jones from August 2011 about the Prince William County and it's strong economic growth.
Residents of Prince William County in Virginia (PWC) have good reasons to think positvely about the real estate recovery in the area over the last year. In addition to positive news with housing prices, Prince William County has been ranked by CNN Money Magazine as #13 in economic growth in 2011 in the U.S. You don't have to look hard to see the growth in Prince William County. New business both large and small have found Prince William County, the second largest in Virginia to offer a wide range of value. Prince William County is proud to carry a AAA status from all three of the major credit ratings agencies (Fitch, Moody’s and S&P) a rating only 72 out of ocer 17,500 local governments in the U.S. have.
Located about 30 miles outside of Washington DC and with two major interstate's running both west (I-66) and south (I-95) PWC offers business with connections to DC easy access to the city. In addition Prince William County has benefited from the BRAC 05 initiatives with the expansion of Quantico MCB and Fort Belvoir which is just a few miles north in Fairfax County. The Innovation Technology Park in Manassas VA continues to expand and current tenants include the FBI's Northern Virginia Resident Agency, GMU/NIH Biosafety Research Laboratory and Comcast to name a few. Current tenants and announced tenants are bring a projected 2,000 jobs to the region.
Add to the growing local economy Prince William County offers quality of life benefits to residents which include 10 public golf courses, 55 county parks and over 150 miles of biking, walking and running trails. The county offers access to the Occoquan and Potomac Rivers through 6 marinas and a boat launch at Leesylvania State Park. All of this doesn't include the amenities that many communities offer their residents including swimming pools, tennis courts and community centers.
If you are looking to relocate to Northern Virginia then Prince William County has a lot for you to consider. Whether you are looking for a little bit of country, history, high tech or suburban you can find it somewhere in PWC. The strong local economy has helped fuel the real estate recovery in Prince William County.
For more information on the real estate recovery in Prince William County VA check out our other recent posts:
New Construction Helps Fuel the Real Estate Recovery In Woodbridge VA
The Real Estater Recovery in Woodbridge VA-List to Sales Prices Holding Steady
The Real Estate Recovery-Pending Home Sales
CNN Money Magazine Names Montclair in Prince William County VA A Top Neighborhood to Live
If you are interested in considering making Prince William County your home then give Cindy Jones and CJ Realty Group, Inc a call at 703-346-2213. Let's see if one of the great neighborhoods that dot Prince William County are the right place for you to call home. No hassle, no pressure just straight talk about the Northern Virginia real estate market.
No Hassle-No Pressure-Just Straight Talk About The Northern Virginia Real Estate Market
If you are interested in learning more about the Northern Virginia Real Estate market including Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax and Prince William Counties give Cindy Jones and CJ Realty Group, Inc a call at 703-346-2213.
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