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Apartment Living in Virginia
When you think of Virginia, probably the first thing that comes to your mind is, "Here's a state with history" and how true it is. Virginia, known as the "Old Dominion State," tells a story rich in American heritage. It is a great place to sit back and drink in America's stories from the past at either your favorite pub or your cozy apartment.
Like Ohio, Virginia was the home state to eight of America's presidents with four of the first five presidents calling this state home, so it's no wonder that this state is known as the "Mother of Presidents." Virginia isn't just about history; it's about gorgeous green forests! Forests cover at least 65 percent of the region. Can you imagine having an apartment that overlooks all this lush beauty? It is not unheard of. Many people have noticed how appealing this would be and have either found or are looking for a new apartment. Virginia is often listed as one of the best places in America to settle down and call home.
Virginia offers the best of both worlds combining leisure with work. Several Fortune 500 companies call Virginia their home base. A claim to fame for Virginia is that it is one of America's wealthiest states and with destinations and natural attractions like the Shenandoah National Park; it's easy to mix business with pleasure. There's no doubt that Virginia and its relationship to the political affluent and their diversified careers, draws apartment seekers from around the nation as well as around the world. The closer the apartment gets to Washington, D.C. the higher the average cost.
Virginia Beach Apartments
If you want to live in one of the most popular resort areas in the state, then Virginia Beach is just up your alley. With over 500,000 residents, this highly acclaimed area is centrally located on the East Coast. Tourism is a big part of this city's economy with its beaches, boardwalks and bountiful destinations. The view of the Atlantic Ocean from your Virginia Beach apartment would be a joy to wake up to each morning. Apartments start at about $620 a month in sunny Virginia Beach.
As the home of the world's largest Naval Station, Norfolk can be a very busy city. Once you're settled into your new home or apartment, you'll have so many things to explore and history to enjoy starting with downtown's Cannonball trail. While apartments are abundant, all these city attractions come at a price with the average apartment starting at about $1,000, depending on the part of town you are desire to live.
This city may have fewer Virginia residents, but there is nothing small about the big picture in Richmond! Richmond is Virginia's capital city and offers that special Southern charm to tell its story in American history. Thomas Jefferson personally designed the state capital in 1785. What could be more fun than living in a city where the history from America's past meets some of today's most alluring and convenient amenities? Even more exciting, houses and apartments are actually about 5 percent below the national average. So if you are looking for an apartment that gives you the best of both worlds, past and present, try Richmond. Apartments start at about $615.