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Top 5 Apartments in Gaithersburg, MD

Gaithersburg is a lovely suburban town close to DC. Here are some apartment complexes in that area that would be great to live in.   The Crossings at Washingtonian Center The Crossings at Washingtonian Center is the definition of luxury living....

Patrick Henry College. Credit: Patrick McKay on flickr

Living in Loudoun County

Loudoun County is a gorgeous, rural county in Virginia with a total area of 521 square miles. On the north, the county is bounded by the Potomac River and on the west by the Blue Ridge Mountain. Here’s a little...

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Top 5 Reasons to Live in Silver Spring, Maryland

There are endless reasons why Silver Spring is the perfect place to live. Here are just a few: City Living If you’re looking for a place that can keep up with your high-energy social life, you’ll want to check out...

National Harbor in Prince George's County. Credit: Ron Cogswell on flickr creative commons

Living in Prince George’s County, Maryland

Prince George’s County is a huge county in Maryland that borders the eastern portion of Washington, D.C. Here’s a little bit of information about the county.   Transportation Like everywhere in this area, the traffic can be a real pain. However,...

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4 Reasons You Should Move to Northwest DC

There’s so much to see and do in Northwest DC, the only way to truly experience all of it is to live there. Here’s what you’re missing:     History Northwest DC has such a rich history and there is...

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Top 4 Reasons to Live in Rosslyn

If you are interested in getting the best of both worlds or the best of ALL the worlds that the DC, Maryland, Virginia area has to offer, Rosslyn/Courthouse might be just the spot for you. Here’s why: Foooood Rosslyn has...

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4 Reasons to Rent an Apartment in Montgomery Village

While the D.C. area is known for its planned communities, Census designated place Montgomery Village (2010 population: 32,032) isn’t one you hear about a lot. At least I don’t. But whether it’s a topic of conversation in these parts or...