Loudoun is still Virginia\’s fastest growing county, but its Northern Virginia neighbors are not far behind.
The year seems to be starting off well for the building industry, according to a report by a Frederick County housing professional
Dozens of neighborhoods and communities
the Washington region are being targeted by
planners to serve as hubs of work, housing,
and entertainment centers.
When Edgar Hatrick took over Loudoun county schools 21 years ago, there were 14,000 students. Now there at 68,000.
New census data show the District gained more than
16,000 residents in the 15 months after April
2010, growth of 2.7 percent.
Most D.C. area residents are pro growth, and believe growth increases home values, according to a new WTOP Beltway Poll.