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Moving to Virginia?

The history of Virginia goes all the way back to the first American colonies and the revolution when Virginia was the new country’s largest and most powerful state. More presidents have been born in Virginia than any other state, beginning with George Washington, earning the state the nickname “Mother of Presidents.”

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The Heart of American Government

If you decide to move or relocate to Virginia, you’ll experience its rich history while also enjoying the modern lifestyle offered in cities such as Richmond, Virginia Beach and Norfolk.

Residents of northeastern Virginia enjoy beautiful neighborhoods, wonderful school systems and the culture of Washington, DC, just across the Potomac River. Many government employees and other DC workers commute from towns in Virginia, such as Alexandria and Arlington. Because the government never goes out of business, getting a job in DC often means a stable career for years to come. And you can take the subway from Virginia, too!

Easy Living

Apart from the DC area, Virginia offers the simple country living of a southern state with convenient access to the dynamic culture of the eastern seaboard as well as the Appalachian Mountains. Houses for rent in Virginia are affordable and readily available, and you can even live in a city such as Richmond without spending too much money.

Life in the State Capital

Richmond is home to more than tons of historic sites. Visit the fantastic children’s and science museums or the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Just down the road is Colonial Williamsburg, the premier destination for anyone interested in early American life. Stepping into the colonial past, children and adults alike will love interacting with the actors who roam the streets dressed in historical costumes.

Responsible Renting

Regardless of the locale you choose to rent a home in, be mindful of the details in your rental agreement. Virginia’s renter rights are covered through the Virginia Landlord and Tenant Act. However, make sure you understand and agree with the terms set out in any lease you are asked to sign. With a little preparation, you’ll be well on your way to having a great stay, no matter how long.

Virginia Is for Lovers ... and You’ll Love Virginia

With its natural beauty, great job opportunities and wide variety of interesting and exciting activities, you’ll be happy to live in the largest of the original thirteen states. Looking for houses for rent in Virginia is a great opportunity to learn about both southern and northern history.

Renter Resources

Tenant Rights and State Laws                        

State Department of Housing                                  

Virginia Tax Department                                 

Virginia DOT                                  

Virginia Department of Education                            

Moving to Virginia Guide                                 

Tenant Laws in Virginia                                   

Virginia DMV Vehicle Registration                             

Registering to Vote in Virginia