It has small town charm! Virginia is home to a host of small towns that have a huge degree of local charm, from their small town diners to their quaint B&Bs. From Falls Church to Salem, you'll never be far away from a small town with big personalities and a local community that is welcoming and friendly.
Wonderful for history buffs! The state of Virginia is filled to the brim with history, from Revolutionary War sites to Civil War battlefields and the treasures of Colonial Williamsburg. The state is a mecca for US history and has grown to be one of the most visited states for that reason.
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Individual property rights are respected! Building codes and zoning laws in the state are sensible, and there isn't too much interference with people's properties and what they can and cannot do with them. Rent to buy houses are common, making it great for those moving to the state, while housing prices are stable and reasonable.
It is a low tax state! Virginia has some of the lowest tax rates for states that have both an income tax and a sales tax. In addition, taxes on gas and cigarettes, as well as business taxes, are some of the lowest in the US. Consequently, the state has some of the lowest unemployment levels in the US as well.
It boasts both beaches and mountains! Few states have both beaches and mountains, but Virginia does! Both are often within a couple of hours of each other. You could quite easily go from the coastline and the shores of Virginia Beach up into the beautiful rolling hills and Virginian peaks on the same day. Choose a rent to own somewhere in between, and you'll be living between the best of both worlds!
The climate is moderate! The climate will generally suit everyone, and while the state may see the odd hurricane, tornado, earthquake, flood or wildfire, these are rare. Very few people are killed or injured by extreme weather, unlike in other states. Your home is likely to be safe, meaning insurance prices are usually lower.
Great proximity to major cities! While Virginia itself doesn't boast any major cities, it is close to both New York and Washington DC. While it's close to these major cities, the state maintains its own relaxed values.
It's economically diverse! This helps provide willing workers with a variety of career paths to pursue, from technology to agriculture, and just about everything in between. In addition, a lot of people in Virginia work for the military or government, with the home of the CIA and DOD both found in the state. Or you could simply commute to Washington, especially if you live in the northern part of the state.
It's fantastic for the kids! With miles of beaches, great water sports and outdoor pursuits, water parks and amusement parks like Kings Dominion and Busch Gardens, as well as a host of other attractions for youngsters, Virginia truly is a great spot to raise a family.
If you love wine, you'll love Virginia! Across the state, there are more than 180 wineries that welcome visitors throughout the year. One of the best is Barboursville, a beautiful property with an excellent restaurant and some superb picnic stops where you can relax for lunch with a glass or two of the winery's finest.
It's environmentally friendly and eco-conscious! If you're concerned about the environment, Virginia is the state for you. The Virginia Green program has over 700 sites on board, including restaurants, hotels and other businesses, that focus more on recycling, reducing their energy usage and cutting back on their water use.
The educational system is fantastic! Virginia was recently voted as being the 4th best state for K-12 education. And, of course, when the kids get older, they can even stay close to home by going to the University of Virginia, one of the nation's best colleges.
Excellent standard of living! Getting rent to own homes in Virginia is a good idea because it's got the highest standard of living in the US, according to the US Chamber of Commerce's Enterprising States 2013. This takes into account median family income adjusted against the costs of living in the state, meaning Virginians generally have more money to spend on doing the things they love!
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