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Northern Virginia is the region of the Old Dominion that’s closest to Washington, DC. It’s generally understood to include Fairfax CountyLoudoun County, and Prince William County.  We have created this website to assist you with Relocating to Northern Virginia.

If you’re moving to Montgomery County Maryland, visit our Montgomery County Homes website.

If you are in the military, or will be working at a local military installation, visit our sister site, www.dcareamilitaryrelocation.com. We offer a special discount package for active duty law enforcement and military home buyers.

People often relocate to this area because of the plentiful jobs and an active social scene.  For many, Northern Virginia offers the optimal balance of being close to the Nation’s Capital with the amenities of the suburbs. This website is brought to you by the Equity Rise Real Estate Team with Keller Williams Realty.  We offer a wide range of relocation services for people who are relocating to Northern Virginia.  As you can see, we use the very latest technology to make our client’s relocation as easy as possible.

We’ll do a Video Walk-Through of properties you want to see!

If you’re relocating to Northern Virginia, you’ll find that the Equity Rise team uses the latest technology to make the relocation process as easy and smooth as possible. Video walkthroughs of properties are used to assist with the home buying process for those living outside of the Northern Virginia area.  Information regarding neighborhoods, schools and commutes will be provided to assist buyers who are new to this dynamic area of the country.

If you are moving to Northern Virginia for the first time, you may feel a little overwhelmed. This is a very unique part of the country. The members of the Equity Rise Real Estate Team have all lived in Northern Virginia for over 25 years and can help you get settled in your new home and surroundings.  During that time we have each bought and sold personal homes in Fairfax, Chantilly, Springfield, Centreville, and other parts of Northern Virginia, as well as owning investment properties and of course, helping our real estate clients buy and sell homes and investment properties. We work with both home buyers, home sellers and real estate investors.  Our website has the most advanced MLS map search tool available so our visitors can find Fairfax and Northern Virginia homes for sale as efficiently as possible.


We’d be happy to send you a FREE copy of our DVD,
Real Estate Video Library

 which covers many important topics pertaining to buying and selling your home, including:

  • How to Select a REALTOR® to Be Your Buyer’s Agent
  • Visiting and Evaluating Properties
  • Structuring the Purchase Offer
  • How the Appraisal Affects the Real Estate Transaction
  • How to Choose a Mortgage Lender (with Ken Byrne of First Heritage Mortgage)
  • How to Choose a Home Inspector (with Gary Marsengill of Absolute Home Inspections)
  • Is Now a Good Time to Sell Your Home?
  • Selecting a REALTOR® to Market and Sell Your Home
  • Determining Your Home’s Market Value
  • Staging to Sell Makes All the Difference

Just call us or use the convenient CONTACT FORM to request your copy.


Whether you are looking to purchase a home or sell a home in the area, the experienced  REALTORS® of the Equity Rise team is committed to providing expert real estate services designed to answer your questions and help you smoothly complete your relocation to Northern Virginia.

Our team members have worked all over Northern Virginia and have extensive knowledge of the neighborhoods and subdivisions in Fairfax, Loudoun, and Prince William Counties.  Here is a map of the homes we have helped our clients buy and sell.

Homes Bought and Sold with the Equity Rise Team

View Equity Rise Sales in a larger map


Keller Williams Realty – 14155 Newbrook Drive – Suite 100 – Chantilly, VA 20151 – (703) 539-2969 – Licensed in Virginia and Maryland

 

Members of Northern Virginia Associaiton of Realtors, Dulles Area Association of Realtors, and National Association of Realtors