Fairfax Virginia Property Management
WJD Knows the Fairfax Rental Market
Looking for Fairfax Virginia Property Management? WJD has been managing properties for Fairfax homeowners for over 35 years. Here’s what we know about the current local rental market.
1. The Washington area–Fairfax in particular–tends to maintain a brisk rental market regardless of what’s happening with home sales. There are many reasons for this–some owing to the transient and temporary nature of many white-collar Washington-area private-sector jobs, military assignments and government positions.
2. While lowered interest rates are expected to boost the number of buyers in 2020, the fact is, local real estate brokers tell us that many buyers are still opting to wait to see what the market will do. Plus, even with lowered interest rates, economic difficulties of the past several years have left many aspiring homeowners without the necessary down payment to purchase a house.
What Owners Say About WJD Management
“WJD has been my property management company for almost thirty years and has never failed to provide exemplary service. They handle everything and can be relied on to do it right. WJD keeps my properties rented and keeps me informed of anything I need to know. I would recommend them to any property owner.” Donald E., WJD Owner
Specializing in Northern Virginia Property Management–for over 35 Years
WJD has been managing residential real estate in Northern Virginia for more than 35 years–and we offer a comprehensive range of services, at competitive prices. We are located in the City of Fairfax, and we are the preeminent Fairfax property management specialists for the 22030 and surrounding zip codes. Get in touch today, and we’ll give you a free rental market analysis right away.
Why Own Rental Property in Fairfax Virginia?
Fairfax County, officially the County of Fairfax, is located in the Commonwealth of Virginia in the United States. Part of Northern Virginia, Fairfax County borders both the City of Alexandria and Arlington County and forms part of the suburban ring of Washington, D.C. The county is thus predominantly suburban in character, with some urban and rural pockets.
As of the 2010 census, the population was 1,081,726. In 2019, it was estimated at 1,147,532, making it the Commonwealth’s most populous jurisdiction, with around 13% of Virginia’s population. The county is also the most populous jurisdiction in the Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV Metropolitan Statistical Area, with around 20% of the MSA population, as well as the larger Washington-Baltimore-Arlington, DC-MD-VA-WV-PA Combined Statistical Area, with around 13% of the CSA population. The county seat is the City of Fairfax, though because it is an independent city under Virginia law, the city of Fairfax is not part of Fairfax County.
Fairfax was the first U.S. county to reach a six-figure median household income and has the second-highest median household income of any county-level local jurisdiction in the United States after neighboring Loudoun County.
The county is home to the headquarters of intelligence agencies such as the Central Intelligence Agency, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, and National Reconnaissance Office, as well as the National Counterterrorism Center and Office of the Director of National Intelligence. The county is also home to seven Fortune 500 companies, including three with Falls Church addresses; although Falls Church is its own independent municipality. – Wikipedia