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Prince William County

Builders Realty Council is dedicated to representing new home buyers in Prince William County, Virginia. From search to settlement, unbiased independent counsel is provided for home buyers interested in building new homes in Prince William County in these areas:




Dale City






The Council offers a "behind the scenes" look at the local homebuilding industry assisting clients to locate, negotiate, build, inspect and settle their new homes. Brokerage Services are Free of Charge and can save thousands with special offers and 1% Cash Back* in cooperation with JD Power and Associates award winning First Horizon Home Loans.

About Prince William County New Homes

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Northern Virginia new home shoppers searching for a more affordable housing climate than Fairfax or Loudoun may find their ideal new home investment in Prince William County. Prince William offers a wide variety of homebuilding alternatives at more reasonable prices often with

larger homesites, particularly in the southern and southwesternsections of the county. Improvements to I-95�s Springfield corridor with its direct access to Washington D.C., Virginia Railway Express (VRE) stations and proximity to the I-495 Beltway, provides new homebuyers outstanding costper square foot values. With new homes more attractively priced, home appreciation potential may be stronger in Prince William than in other counties surrounding the Washington metropolitan region. The age old adage: �location, location, location� pressures pricing to much higher levels. Considering the area�s rapidly rising housing costs, Prince William County is likely to produce impressive real estate appreciation in the near future. Analysts predict increasing new home prices for years to come in the Washington metropolitan area, particularly regions offering good cost per square foot valuations like those found in Prince William County.

Considering the overall Prince William new and resale housing market, the median sale price rose approximately 11% from $153,000 in 2000 to $170,000 in 2001 and continue appreciating in 2003. Most notable was the increase in unit transactions, up an estimated 20 percent in 2001 and 2002. According to BRC officials, this unprecedented

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sales pace is due to high demand, record low interest rates and affordability in comparison to other Northern Virginia counties. Sales of new luxury townhomes and condominiums in golf-course and boating communities such as Belmont Bay are at record levels. Townhomes originally offered in 2001 at this Potomac River waterfront community in the $250,000 range have appreciated an estimated $100,000 in just over one year�s time.

In the county�s northern end, the planned golfing community of Piedmont near Interstate 66 and U.S. Route 15 is a good example of the area's exponential growth. Piedmont offers a variety of new home alternatives, including condominiums, town houses, single family homes and luxury estates. Piedmont opened in July 1999 and now sells over 300 homes per year. This community has become one of Prince William�s most affluent with median sales prices rising over 25 percent in one year from about $250,000 to $330,000.

In nearby Haymarket and Gainesville, other new golfing communities are popular: Piedmont�s competitors include Dominion Valley with its Arnold Palmer golf course and Lake Manassas with its Presidential golf course. Prestigious and beautifully developed, Lake Manassas is one of Virginia�s premiere planned golfing communities. Located west of the historical Bull Run battlefield, this gated community was host to the President�s Cup and is renown for its natural beauty, lush topography, lake and luxurious amenities. Lake Manassas features some of the area�s foremost custom and production builders and caters to discriminating homebuyers with upscale ambiance and quality built estate homes. In our opinion, reasonable prices, quality construction, floor plan options and emphasis on the "personal touch" make this community unique and an outstanding value.

The city of Manassas has been doing well. Prices rose nearly 20 percent in 2001 and are still rising in 2003, however Manassas is not as active with new home construction as is the immediate surrounding area. Supply is limited and contract bidding wars on resale homes are not uncommon. The real estate market for Manassas and Manassas Park is stimulated by it's close proximty to the VRE, and Old Town Manassas.

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In southeastern Prince William County is Triangle, located near the Quantico Marine base. Quantico is older and the market for resale homes is brisk but people�s desire to build new homes continues to be popular. Triangle and adjacent towns have recently experienced lower median prices in comparison with other areas in the county.

In sum, Prince William is a very large county with a wide variety of new homebuilding opportunities at reasonable prices� a welcome relief for those wishing to make an affordable new home investment providing excellent overall value and good appreciation potential.

For detailed information, maps, photos, builders, demographics and links about Prince William County, Virginia towns and regions�

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Dale City, Virginia
Dumfries, Virginia
Gainesville, Virginia
Haymarket, Virginia
Manassas, Virginia
Montclair, Virginia
Quantico, Virginia
Woodbridge, Virginia