New Homes in Fairfax Virginia (VA)
Fairfax VA New Homes, Townhomes & Condos for Sale
Fairfax new homes as distinguished between new houses built in regional Fairfax County and Fairfax City can be confusing as Fairfax City is an independently governed jurisdiction within the county each with different government services, tax rates and elected officials. The Commonwealth of Virginia recognizes cities as separate from any surrounding geographic regions. Fairfax zip code mailing addresses include: Fairfax City, Fair Lakes, Fair Oaks and the immediate surrounding areas. The Fair Lakes and Fair Oaks regions are not within the Fairfax City jurisdiction; they are governed by Fairfax County.
Fairfax is Virginia's most populated county with over one million residents and the third largest jurisdiction in the Washington metropolitan region. The county has an estimated 4,000 technology companies among the area's 22,000 businesses and trade associations boasting one of America's most diverse economies. Ranked as one of the nation's largest suburban office markets, it is home for several Fortune 500 companies: General Dynamics, Freddie Mac, Sallie Mae, Capital One Financial and more recently, the Mid-Atlantic headquarters of Oracle, Microsoft, Google, Rolls Royce and Northrop Grumman.
Fairfax, Virginia was the first county in the nation to break the $100,000 median family income bracket and in 2010 was recognized as America's second wealthiest county, contiguous Loudoun County being America's richest. Fairfax also boasts a first rate public school system including 30,000 acres of public parkland.
In 2009, Forbes nominated Fairfax, Virginia the third best place to live, the highest number of sole proprietorships in the nation and the entrepreneurial Start-Up capitol of The United States.
For 2011, the talk of Fairfax City is Homebuilder Madison Homes. Madison Mews luxury townhomes have just Grand Opened in the heart of Fairfax City off of Rt. 123 and Whitehead Street. The community consists of 26 all brick and stone townhouses with 2 car garages just a quick walk to the center of the City of Fairfax with its charming colonial ambiance surrounded by quaint shops and restaurants. Madison Mews is also within walking distance to George Mason University.
Madison Homes' reputation for very high quality, innovative floor plans including extraordinary professional accomodation througout the home building process is second to none. These luxury townhomes are located close to Tyson's Corner yet still offer a charming colonial residential atmosphere with easy access to major commuting routes such as I-66, the Capital Beltway, Rt. 50 and Rt. 123.
Best of all, these homes near the Vienna Metro station are ONLY 1.5 miles away for fast and easy mass transit to Washington DC! There are relatively few new townhomes for sale in Fairfax County and given this builder's reputation, location and price range, it's virtually guarranteed to be a big success. Madison Mews townhouses will likely be sold-out in a matter of months given no significant competition and priced from the low $600's, this extraordinary new townhome development wins the show.
Custom Homes and Custom Builders in Northern Virginia
There is also a demand for higher quality custom builders in Northern VA. The Council can advise consumers of several reputable custom homebuilders throughout the Washington DC metro area. These builders often use more expensive construction materials or you may select the materials you wish to build with. Unless a new homebuyer is in the industry, knowledge is lacking to fully comprehend how to best approach Northern Virginia builders and the construction building process in general.
Northern Virginia Builder Classic Concepts, builds higher quality custom Prince William County homes on one to ten acre wooded home sites. Classic Concepts is expanding their homebuilding in Fairfax County as well as developing custom new homes in Loudoun County. With Classic Concepts, one can design a floor plan and cost estimate analysis for only $1000 and, if a prospective purchaser chooses not to proceed with a building contract, the deposit is refunded in full. This unique design and build program is a comfortable way to experience the pre-build phase without making a large commitment yet have a preliminary custom home building learning experience.
There are several custom builders in Northern VA with excellent reputations. If learning more about good Washington DC area custom builders is of interest, call Builders Realty Council at 703-314-4314 or the NVBIA Custom Builders Council. We will share ideas, suggest several reputable homebuilders and assist you throughout the construction process free of charge.
Northern Virginia Real Estate Market Statistics
Northern Virginia's housing market is large offering a wide variety of prices and home styles. Condominiums start from the mid $200's, townhomes from the low $400's and luxury single family homes range from the high $400's to several million. New homebuyers searching for a central location priced at county averages will likely find their ideal home in this central Northern Virginia location with approximately 20 new subdivisions in Fairfax for sale.
Fairfax, Virginia Map
Fairfax New Homes
|Fairfax, Virginia Microdemographics
|Fairfax, Virginia Real Estate Taxes
$1.09/$100 of assessed value
|Fairfax, Virginia Schools
Fairfax County Public Schools
Virginia Dept. of Education
|Fairfax, Virginia Newspapers
The Fairfax Connection
The Journal Newspaper Online
Washington Business Journal
|Fairfax, Virginia Links
Fairfax City Official Website
Fairfax County Official Website
Guide to Fairfax County
Fairfax, VA Yellow Pages
Central Fairfax Chamber of Commerce
Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce
Fairfax, Virginia New Homes,
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