Relocating to the right neighborhood: Where should I move - - Maryland, DC, Virginia
If you are relocating to the DC area, The Schuman Team can not only bring you home, but also make you feel at home. With 4-decades of experience in the Washington real estate market and a life-long roots in the community, Marsha and Betsy bring to your search a superlative knowledge of the area. The Schuman Team understands the flavor of each specific area, the neighborhood nuances, the cultures of the communities. Whether it’s Adams Morgan in the District, McLean in Northern Virginia’s Fairfax County or Montgomery County’s Bethesda, Maryland, Marsha and Betsy can be your guides to the Washington, D.C. area.
While geographical know-how is important, understanding what a relocating family or individual needs and wants is even more important. Knowing how to pair that often indefinable concept with the right community is a key to The Schuman Team’s relocation success stories. It takes time, patience and attention to detail to introduce a family to the area. The Schuman Team has mastered it. Select an area below and start discovering.
Consider the information provided on these interactive pages your gateway to the Greater Washington, D.C. area. The information provided will help you determine if the neighborhood has what you are seeking, from an easy commute to your office, school or house of worship to the best restaurants or shopping areas. For more information on any of these areas and/or the homes currently available on the market, please call us or email us.
Additional cities and towns in Montgomery County:
- Ashton-Sandy Spring
- Aspen Hill
- Cabin John
- Forest Glen
- Friendship Village
- Garrett Park
- Great Falls
- Green Valley
- Kemp Mill
- Langley Park
- Martin's Additions
- Montgomery Village
- North Kensington
- North Laurel
- Silver Spring
- South Kensington
- Takoma Park
- Washington Grove
- West Laurel
- White Oak
Additional Maryland counties near Washington, D.C. :
Charles County, Md.
Median Household Income: $86,586.00
Percent of Residents 25 or Older with Bachelor’s Degree or Higher: 28
Calvert County, Md.
Median Household Income: $89,049.00
Percent of Residents 25 or Older with Bachelor’s Degree or Higher: 30
Howard County, MD
#7 richest county in Forbes 2013 top 10 list
Median Household Income: $99,040
Maryland’s smallest county (253 square miles) where Babe Ruth was once married. The biggest employer is the highly regarded public school system.