We can never hear enough good news about the DC area housing market! Recently, the Washington Post reported on the continued progress this area’s real estate industry has been enjoying – we certainly started off 2015 on the right foot!

The DC area housing market includes Loudoun County, home to our Arcadia at Willowsford and Arcadia Tanglewood communities.  Year-over-year in January, Loudoun County saw a 2% increase in closed sales, suggesting a sustainable growth projection for our local housing market.  With forward progress this early in the year, many experts are hoping for an equally as successful spring season, some even stating that “sales activity could exceed the 2014 levels.”

Here at Van Metre Homes, it’s easy to see why more and more homebuyers are choosing thriving counties like Loudoun County as their next home.  With rolling countryside, modern amenities and an unmatched accessibility to Washington DC, this area provides an ideal environment for building a foundation and raising a family.

Not to mention, the new homes for sale in Loudoun County are truly exceptional, which certainly adds to the county's appeal. The newly built homes at Arcadia at Willowsford and Arcadia Tanglewood, in Ashburn and Aldie VA respectively, beautifully showcase this area’s dedication to home design and community living.

Arcadia Tanglewood

Classic designs meet today’s styles for a wonderful mix of all the best home features.  Our exclusive new homes at Arcadia Tanglewood sit on generously sized homesites, nestled perfectly in natural and green surroundings. This is the community you’ve been looking for!

Arcadia at Willowsford

With the Virginia countryside set as a backdrop, a new Van Metre Homes home at the Willowsford community is on a level all of its own.  Sprawling floorplans, grand living spaces, reaching ceilings, luxury finishes and elegant fixtures are all standard in an Arcadia at Willowsford home!

What better way to enjoy the progress in the DC area housing market than to choose a new Van Metre Homes home in Loudoun County?

Source: The Washington Post