Prince William County VA covers a significant amount of real estate, 338 acres from the Potomac River to the Bull Run Mountains. Located about 30 miles outside of Washington DC and with two major interstate’s running both west (I-66) and south (I-95) PWC offers business with connections to DC easy access to the city. The Innovation Technology Park in Manassas VA continues to expand and current tenants include the FBI’s Northern Virginia Resident Agency, GMU/NIH Biosafety Research Laboratory and Comcast to name a few.
Add to the growing local economy Prince William County offers quality of life benefits to residents which include 10 public golf courses, 55 county parks and over 150 miles of biking, walking and running trails. The county offers access to the Occoquan and Potomac Rivers through 6 marinas and a boat launch at Leesylvania State Park.
With a county this large and diverse you can imagine why buyers are often confused when they hear about the Prince William County real estate market. The county is to big to make many generalizations about sales prices or answer the question “how’s the market?”
For example if we look at detached home sales prices in three different locations in the county (pins on map) you see the differential across the county.
As always the available inventory in any zip code or neighborhood will play into the change in the fluctuation in prices. So when you ask the question “how’s the market”, I’m going to ask you what area and/or neighborhood in Prince William County you are inquiry about.
If you are considering making Prince William County Virginia your home give me a call. Let’s talk about where you are going to be working, the type of home you are looking for and your price point. We’ll talk about ways for you to maximize your new home budget and how CJ Realty Group’s service model might help put a little extra money in your pocket at closing.