It's not every day you find a neighborhood where both singles and families find what they are looking for in the perfect home.
Homebuyers looking at homes for sale in Richmond should consider the West End.
Virginia's capital city is a great place to move for many reasons.
It's no secret that houses can use a great deal of electricity, which can lead to expensive energy bills each month.
Plans to alleviate the traffic congestion in Short Pump were approved in July 2009 and they are finally expected to be completed this summer.
Those of you who have recently purchased a home for sale in Richmond may soon notice a decrease in your electric bill.
While exploring the Greater Richmond Area, you can be among an array of trendy shops, boutiques and restaurants one minute and the next you're simply surrounded by farmland, cattle and rows of vegetation.
As you search for homes for sale in Richmond, you have probably looked at neighborhoods in the West End, Short Pump, Chesterfield and Tuckahoe.
When you move to a new city, you usually are a little unsure of what locals mean when they refer to different areas and neighborhoods.
Now may be the time to buy a home for sale in Richmond as the national housing market is finally starting to make noticeable strides upward.