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Washington D.C. Real Estate

As the capital of the United States, Washington D.C. has always attracted those who want to live where the economy is stable, the real estate is valued and the cultural amenities are virtually endless and rich as the heritage it inhabits.
Washington D.C. is a planned city, designed largely by the French-born architect Pierre Charles L’Enfant. Founded in 1790, Washington D.C. is situated on the north bank of the Potomac River and bordered by Virginia on the southwest and Maryland on the its other sides. Washington D.C. is divided into four quadrants, with the U.S. Capitol building anchoring the center. The planning for the city makes navigation extremely easy, as lettered streets East and West, while numbered streets run North and South. While there are less than 600,000 people who call the city their home, more than 1 million infuse the city with renewed excitement during the week as commuters and vacationers visit. As part of the Washington Metropolitan Area, Washington D.C. adds to a population of 5.3 million and helps to make it the country’s ninth-largest metropolitan area.
Washington Monument

Ranked the fifth best city in the U.S. for jobs, Washington D.C. boasts a diversified economy stabilized by the federal government’s employment opportunities. Additionally, contractor, private firms, education, scientific research, finance and the technology sector have created additional employment opportunities to broaden the city’s economic base. The top five non-government-related employers in Washington D.C. are The George Washington University, Howard University, Washington Hospital Center, Fannie Mae and Georgetown University which compliment five Fortune 100 companies, two which are Fortune 500 companies. The economic success of Washington D.C. has garnered it the recognition as one of the top ten places in the entire nation for business expansion, too.

Beyond the politics and business of Washington D.C., the city boasts an eclectic and wonderful cultural scene boosted by its incredible history and national attractions. From the National Mall’s Washington Monument, Jefferson Memorial Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, National World War II Memorial, Korean War Veterans Memorial, Vietnam Memorial, the Library of Congress, National Archives, Smithsonian Institution and the White House, visiting and living in this city provides a continued appreciation of our country’s history and lasting memories that are made every day.

Washington D.C.’s nightlife includes clubs, concerts, bars, fairs and festivals that seem to always appear on the social calendar. Shopping and dinning options are just as expansive as you would expect from America’s Capitol City, and range from small diners to renowned restaurants where top chefs provide menu options that surprise and delight. Sports enthusiasts have five major professional teams to enjoy home games—the NBA’s Wizards, the NHL’s Capitals, the MLB’s Nationals, the NFL’s Redskins and the MLS’s D.C. United. You and your family will always have something to do, see or experience when living in Washington, D.C.

Homes in the Washington D.C. area include single family homes in established neighborhoods with remarkable architecture, to new homes in brand new communities and an amazing selection of condos. Your choice of style and size are nearly limitless, as Washington D.C.’s real estate market continues to meet the demands of those who wish to live where America’s heart beats the loudest. For all of your Washington, D.C. real estate needs, please feel free to contact Matthew Shepard at any time.

Washington D.C. Homes for Sale

Looking for Washington D.C.  homes for sale? Search our local listings database for access to listings in Washington D.C. and surrounding areas. Whether you want to buy or sell Washington D.C. real estate, you can browse through properties or find a wide variety of real estate resources available on this website. 

Washington D.C. Real Estate Agent

If you are looking for a Washington D.C. REALTOR®, choose Matthew Shepard and City to Sea Realty! As your Washington D.C.  real estate agents, Matthew Shepard and City to the Sea Realty can assist you with all of your home buying and selling needs. We can provide you with access to the local listings database and offer our experience and knowledge to make the home buying or selling process easier for you and your family. Contact Matthew Shepard and City to the Sea Realty today to get your home search started!

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