Washington, DC Real Estate, Homes for Sale and Condos For Sale

Washington, DC, the nation’s capital, is bordered by Maryland to the north and east, and by Virginia to the south.  Washington, DC is the seventh largest metropolitan area in the country.  Washington, DC is divided into four quadrants ( Northeast Real Estate, Northwest Real Estate, Southwest Real Estate and Southeast Real Estate), with the US Capitol Building in the middle of all four.

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  • Barry Farms Homes for Sale


Virginia Real Estate and Homes For Sale

Virginia’s nickname is Old Dominion, because the first English colonial possession established in mainland North America,   and it is officially the Commonweatlth of Virginia.   Eight U.S presidents were born in VA more than other state.  Situated half way between New York City and Florida, Virginia is the Mid-Atlantic region.  Northern Virginia shares its border with the nation capital, Washington, DC and Maryland. There are numbers of companies headquarter in Fairfax and Loudoun County, the Northern part of Virginia.  Companies located in Vienna and McLean are usually in Tysons Corner.  


Featured Northern Virginia Comminities and Neighborhoods homes for sale

Alexandria VA Real Estate

Alcova Heights Real Estate

Falls Church VA Real Estate

Brookhaven Real Estate

Langley Oaks Real Estate

Aurora Hills Real Estate




Hyde Park

Alta Vista

Liberty Center

Eastview at Ballston

Westview at Ballston

Windsor Plaza


Ballston Park

The Berkeley

Quincy Court

Jackson Manor



Station Square

Bedford Park

Randolph Square

Ballston Mews

Old Ballston Town

Old Ballston Square

Ballston Court

Laurel Woods

Knox Condominium1960


River Place

The Odyssey

Turnberry Tower


Westmoreland Terrace

Wooster and Mercer Lofts

1800 Wilson

Atrium Condo



Gaslight Square

Palisade Garden

Prospect House

Arlington Court

Arlington Heights

Arlington Village

Barkley Condo

Carlyle House

Century South


Columbia Court

Columbia Knolls

Commons of Arlington

The Carlton





Fairlington all fairlingtons


Shirlington Village Shirlington Village Condominium + shirlington village

The Arlington

West Village of Shirlington

Windgate all windgates



Colonial Village


Courthouse Hill

Odyssey 2006

Park at Courthouse

Williamsburg + condo

Shirlington Condos for Sale

Shirlington Village Condominium

Bethesda, MD

Bethesda, MD

Maryland Real Estate And Homes For Sale

Bordering Northern Virginia and District of Columbia, Maryland is a Mid-Atlantic state. Its largest city is Baltimore and its capital is Annapolis. Maryland’s nickname is the Chesapeake  Bay State.  The name Maryland is derived from Henrietta Maria, known as the Queen Mary of England.  About seventy percent of Maryland counties adjoin with the Chesapeake Bay estuary and its tributaries. Maryland is home to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Johns  Hopkins Hospital and University, and the Food and Drug Administration. Its southern border surrounds the nation’s capital, Washington,  DC.

Montgomery County, MD Real Estate

Montgomery County is the most populous county in Maryland with over 1 million residents. Montgomery County also has the highest percentage (29.2%) of residents over 25 years of age who hold post-graduate degrees. Founded in 1776, the county has been ranked as one of the wealthiest in the United States and has the third largest biotechnology sector of any county in the U.S.

Major Montgomery County employers: National Institutes of Health, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, US Food and Drug Administration, Marriott International (headquarters), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Lockheed Martin

Prince George’s county, MD real estate

Prince George’s County is the 2nd most populous county in Maryland with just under 1 million residents. Prince George's County was created by the English Council of Maryland in the Province of Maryland in April 1696. The county hosts many U.S. governmental facilities, such as Joint Base Andrews, a U.S. military airbase, as well as the headquarters of the United States Census Bureau.

Major Prince George’s County employers: University of Maryland, Andrews Naval Air Base, US Internal Revenue Service, US Census Bureau United Parcel Service, NASA

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