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Washington
District of
Columbia

The capital of the country and the heartbeat of the world, Washington, D.C., is both a beautiful and exciting place to live.

Designed by French-born architect and civil engineer Pierre L’Enfant, Washington offers wide, tree-lined streets, lovely parks, and buildings low enough to let the sun in.

Home to a diverse, international population, the capital city is a lively, interesting mecca of business, politics and public affairs, with world-class museums and art galleries, along with great shopping and fine restaurants.

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Maryland
Your suburban
lifestyle

If suburban lifestyle is your preference, Maryland offers many options- all within a short drive from Downtown Washington, DC. Montgomery County and Prince Georges County for example, are Maryland suburbs that feel more like a city than many parts of DC. Neighborhoods such as Bethesda and Silver Spring offer the perfect balance of city life and access to suburbs for its residents. These neighborhoods offer top notch retail shopping and excellent restaurants.

Maryland also offers amazing outdoor parks such as Great Falls and Rock Creek Park- places to find tranquility. And if you still want to see museums, it is easy to hop on the Metro train and be in downtown DC within 20 minutes.

Many Maryland suburbs north of DC, including Bethesda are considered the most affluent and educated towns in the whole United States.

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Northern Virginia
has something
for almost everyone!

Northern Virginia is home to some of the most successful, family friendly counties in the country. With it’s popular location- just outside of the Nation’s Capital, and steady economy- it’s the most richest region in the country, it’s not surprising why its popularity continues to grow year-over-year. This area is rich in historical attractions, traditions, recreation opportunities, and lots of things to do that will engage outdoor enthusiasts, foodies, and history buffs alike. Ignite your culinary senses by touring our wineries, breweries, and distilleries, or explore the great outdoors with a white water rafting or cycling trip.

Enjoy a picnic along the Potomac in Alexandria as planes soar directly over your head and the nation’s most treasured monuments, take a hike in Great Falls, go antiquing in Lovettsville, kick back with some local vino in Leesburg, take a day trip to the mountains or gather friends for twilight polo in The Plains. There’s no doubt that with it’s cultural diversity, robust job market, educated population, miles of trails and parks, and close proximity to Washington D.C.