Arlington VA Real Estate Market
Arlington Virginia Real Estate MLS Listings & Area Demographics
Arlington History and General Information
Arlington Virginia is Located directly across the Potomac River from Washington DC in Northern Virginia. The estimated population of Arlington County Virginia at the start of 2010 was 207,627, an approximate increase of 9.6% compared to that of 2000. With a boundary of only 26 square miles the population density in the Arlington VA real estate market is approximately 8,000 per square mile, which is higher than cities such as Seattle, Cleveland and Pittsburgh.
Arlington Virginia has a diverse and multicultural community. More than one quarter of the current residents were born outside of the US and roughly 40% of the citizens are of Hispanic, African-American, Asian, or multi-racial. More then 60% of adults over the age of 25 have higher education consisting of bachelors, graduate, or professional degree making Arlington not only ethnically and culturally diverse, but also a well educated community. With an incredibly low unemployment rate of only 3.1%, Arlington Virginia is among the lowest in the region.
Arlington, aside from the being the home of the Pentagon and Arlington National Cemetery, is well known for its well-managed growth and upscale residential neighborhoods. In Arlington alone there are more then 100 Community Service Organizations and more then 50 civic associations proving that citizens of this incredible community are very actively involved.
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Arlington, Virginia Demographics
|Density:||8,000 per Square Mile|
|Size:||26 Square Miles|
|Office Space:||40.6 Million Square Feet|
|Median Family Income (2007):||$94,876|
|Tax Rate (2014):||$0.996 per $100|
National Monuments Near Arlington, Virginia
Arlington Virginia is located close to some of Americas most well known National Monuments. Some of these include the Jefferson Memorial, Arlington House (Located at the Arlington National Cemetery), the Lincoln Memorial, The Pentagon, The Washington Monument, and of course the White House.