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Ways Retirees can Profit from Downsizing Their Home

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, October 11, 2018

Abberly Twin Hickory, Glen Allen, VAYour instinct may be to view downsizing your home in retirement as a necessary evil, but it may actually be an opportunity in disguise.

If you bought your house decades ago, you probably had a very different lifestyle than you do now. Paying for all that extra space can put an unnecessary strain on your retirement income. Why be saddled with the expense of a property that doesn't fit your needs anymore?

Downsizing, on the other hand, may improve your financial situation and help you avoid depleting your savings account in the long run. Preserving your wealth in retirement is one of the main reasons for downsizing, but there are other important benefits of downsizing to consider as well.

Downsizing your home for retirement

To be clear, downsizing in retirement doesn't mean moving into a senior-living center or long-term care facility. It's about finding a place that better suits your current needs as opposed to the needs you had 25 years ago. There are a lot of possibilities -- an apartment, condo or smaller house. Here are some other good reasons for downsizing:

Unlock equity in your home

Your home may be your biggest asset, but its value may be under-utilized if you're living in a house that is larger than you need. Selling your home is one way to unlock the equity you have built up and make it available for use.

Lower your utility bills

The larger your property, the larger your utility bills are likely to be. This is an ongoing expense you could reduce by downsizing.

Avoid health/safety emergencies

As people get older and start to have trouble getting around, their homes may pose risks to them in the form of steep stairs, slippery bathroom surfaces, etc. These risks are exacerbated if you live far away from emergency help. Moving to a property that is easier to navigate and closer to medical aid could help keep you safe.

Reduce property taxes

Property taxes are generally assessed as a percentage of the property's value. Move to a less expensive home and you can reduce this ongoing expense.

Save on routine travel

When you bought your house, you may have focused on how close it was to things like schools and your job. Once the kids leave home and you retire, a more convenient location would be one close to shopping and services you routinely need.

Cut down on repairs/maintenance

Any homeowner knows that property comes with regular needs for repairs and maintenance. Cut the size of your property and you can cut the number of bills. Switch from owning to renting and you can avoid most of these expenses altogether.

Pay for fewer services

It may be a lawn service, house-cleaning, or perhaps something else, but, if you are regularly paying for help keeping up with your property, this is another way you can save money by downsizing.

When is the right time to downsize?

Aside from the decision whether to downsize, another tough call is when to do it.

Many homeowners hold out for as long as possible and only make the move when forced into it by physical decline or financial distress. However, doing it earlier and on your own terms might help preserve your physical and financial health.

Financially, it is always best to look ahead and make decisions when they have the most chance to have a positive impact. A full-sized house can represent an unsustainable strain on your finances. If you pour a lot of your retirement savings into keeping up a home before you decide to sell out, there is no getting those savings back.

Conserving your assets in retirement is always an exercise in uncertainty because you don't know how long you will live or what expenses you will incur. So the best strategy is to look for ways to control spending before you are forced to. This allows you to remain constructively invested longer and make less drastic choices about your budget.

Therefore, a good time to first consider downsizing is when you are approaching retirement and trying to figure out if you have enough money to retire. When you are trying to work out your financial future on a retirement calculator, it helps to know if you can anticipate spending less on housing at some point in the future.

Downsizing does not have to mean losing the great memories you associate with living in your house. It just means preserving those memories through photographs and by sharing stories with friends and family, rather by than continuing to pay for space you no longer need.

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The Perks of Living in a College Town

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, October 02, 2018

Abberly Twin Hickory, Glen Allen, VA Living in a college town might seem like an unusual decision once you're out of school. Sure, living there might make sense while your own children are in school, if you're going back to college to enhance your career or if you're taking a teaching opportunity. But if you aren't connected to the university, staying in a college town or choosing to move to one might seem like a strange choice. It isn't.

Let's be clear as to what a college town is. Here, we're talking about a smaller community in which a large university provides employment for a significant portion of the town's residents, and many other residents are involved with businesses that serve students and alumni. In these towns, the student population makes up a significant part of the population.

College towns offer a number of perks beyond simply having university-level classes down the street.

Here are five benefits that come from living in a college town.

Low cost of living. College towns tend to have a low cost of living. After all, landlords are often renting properties to college students without a lot of money.

Often, the sticker price of rent in such towns is fairly low, but the leases may involve a lot of protection for the landlord against property damage. If you're a mature adult who isn't going to have a big party every weekend, you're likely to avoid all of those extra expenses.

Furthermore, such towns are often full of a wide variety of low-cost services, such as inexpensive restaurants and many secondhand shops, which are usually well-stocked. They typically have good yard sale markets since students often buy items and leave them to be resold when they depart.

Cultural opportunities. College towns often attract cultural events and tours from musicians, stage companies and speakers that would not otherwise come to a town of that size. This gives you the opportunity to live in a relatively small-town environment while still seeing top-notch cultural events.

Sometimes, these performances and concerts are on campus but open to the public, so you may want to watch the schedule of events there. Many college towns, however, have other venues, such as bars and small concert venues, that are often used by traveling performers. There's usually something to see or do all the time, at least in comparison to other towns of similar size.

Low-cost entertainment opportunities. The universities themselves tend to provide an abundance of low-cost or free entertainment opportunities to the community. For starters, politicians, authors, celebrities, artists and other public figures often appear at universities and colleges in speaking and question-and-answer forums that are open to the general public for free.

Beyond that, universities and colleges often have a range of special-interest groups that work to share that interest with the broader community, offering demonstrations and events on campus and in the town itself. Pay attention to the local news, community calendar and college's calendar to find all kinds of low-cost entertainment options.

Easy ways to make money. Many universities have thriving research projects that seek out citizens of the surrounding town for paid opportunities. You might be paid to play a game or eat a strange food and give your thoughts on the experience, for example, as researchers study some aspect of what you're doing. It can often be an easy way to earn a few bucks.

Plus, many college towns have businesses that offer simple ways to earn a few extra dollars. While these businesses might target students, members of the community are typically welcome. You might be able to make extra money from donating plasma, driving for a ride-hailing service or offering up transcription and editing services through sites like Upwork (both professors and some students will use this).

Exceptional medical services. If you choose to live near a university with a good medical school, you'll have access to top-notch medical services at a reasonable price, which can be a great bargain. Medical schools tend to offer a wide variety of medical services to the public, with those services used as learning opportunities for students.

For people in town, this typically means that medical appointments and procedures involve an experienced doctor paired with a student or two. The student learns about the practice of medical care while the doctor tries to provide a good model for the student. Thus, if you don't mind having a student watching and learning from your medical visits, using the local medical school's services can be a great bargain for excellent care.

All in all, there are a lot of perks that come from living in a college town beyond the educational opportunities. Don't overlook those benefits.

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Millennials Are Renting in VA

Joseph Coupal - Monday, September 24, 2018

Abberly Twin Hickory, Glen Allen, VAThe so-called Millennial generation is all about bucking tradition. They’re marrying later. They’re all in favor of nap rooms and ping pong tables in the office.

And they’re renting apartments instead of buying.

That’s not to say they don’t want to purchase a single-family home eventually:

A survey report issued by the National Association of Home Builders in January of this year showed that as many as 75 percent of those young Americans born into Generation Y do want to own their own home, and most (66 percent) want to do so in the bucolic (Virginia) suburbs.

They just don’t want to do it yet:

Another recent report — this, from the Urban Land Institute — found that a full half of Millennials rent their homes, a figure up markedly from the 37 percent of renters surveyed just five years ago.

But why?

Why are Millennials choosing to rent, and not buy?

Purchasing a home means acquiring more debt. The most obvious reason millennials are opting to rent is the crippling debt many find themselves with in their early 20s. According to the Institute for College Access & Success, 7 in 10 college students who graduated in 2012 have student loan debt. The average amount: a staggering $29,400 – and many others graduate even deeper in the hole. The amount of student loan debt has increased an average of 6 percent per year since 2008, and there is no sign of the trend stopping.

With student debt looming, it’s no wonder millennials favor a monthly rental check over additional mortgage debt. While mortgage payments can be more affordable than rent in some cities, recent graduates likely don’t have the funds necessary to make a down payment. Beyond having money for a down payment on a home, some millennials simply don’t qualify for a mortgage. Whether they are saving up for a down payment or choose to rent as a long-term housing decision, renting allows millennials to move out quickly without the immediate financial squeeze that comes with homeownership.

Apartment life is more affordable than owning a home. In addition to the upfront cost of a down payment and a mortgage, managing a house comes with a lot of additional costs: Homeowners must pay property tax, maintenance and repairs, utilities and perhaps even association fees on top of their mortgage. An apartment requires rent and utilities, which is much more manageable for a millennial on a tight budget.

To take advantage of apartment amenities. Many apartment complexes offer amenities such as fitness centers, pools, a concierge and on-site maintenance – perks that don’t usually come with your first home purchase. Though renting an apartment in a building that has luxury amenities can come with a bigger price tag, the features cut down on other bills. Instead of paying for a gym membership and rent, renters in these buildings can pay one price and get both. In fact, the idea of having access to amenities is so appealing to some young people that they plan to rent for a while.

To enjoy city life. Many young people choose to live in urban areas because they like the atmosphere. They can walk to grocery stores, take public transportation, find night spots easily, see live concerts and access great restaurants. Millennials drawn to the energy of metropolitan areas likely can’t afford to own a home there. If city living is a priority, they’ll sacrifice homeownership to get the location, and that means renting.

To maintain flexibility and freedom. Recent college graduates want to have the freedom to move around. They’re just beginning their careers and haven’t decided when and where to settle. For this reason, renting an apartment instead of moving right into homeownership is often the smarter choice. Young people can move for a new job or to simply try out another city without being tied down to a mortgage. Rather than settling down immediately after college, millennials are focused on finding the right job, a city that fits their personality and trying new things.

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Richmond Tops Best Cities for Millennials List

Joseph Coupal - Monday, September 17, 2018

Abberly Twin Hickory, Glen Allen, VAThe list of "best cities for millennials" is constant and elusive. But, new research from the Urban Land Institute, reported in TIME that for the first time in recent years, Austin isn't in the top five hottest cities for millennials — and neither is Portland. Some smaller, more suburban cities are still attracting an increased percentage of millennials each year since 2010.

On the list of top 5 of the 25 new best cities for millennials, right now — cities that have actually seen the most relative growth in their population of 25- to 34-year-olds from 2010 to 2015:

#2: Richmond

A college town chock-full of American history, with white-water rapids flowing through its bustling downtown, Richmond constantly ranks on the US News & World Report list of the Best Places to Live. But for Millennials, it may be the relatively high average annual salary and strong job market (only 4% unemployment) for their age group — combined with the ability to actually afford renting or buying an apartment alone — that have the under-35 crowd flocking to this Virginia city, according to the Richmond Times-Dispatch.

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Luxurious Apartments with Incredible Custom Service

Joseph Coupal - Monday, September 10, 2018

Abberly Twin Hickory, Glen Allen, VAAbberly Twin Hickory opened in 2003 and has been one of the most popular apartment communities in the Richmond region. Taking a closer look at the community, there is little surprise as to why it remains so hot. Conveniently located in the West End of Richmond, the apartment community is minutes from employment centers, like Innsbrook, and a variety of shopping and dining in Short Pump. Plus, these apartments in Glen Allen, VA are in the top-ranked Deep Run High School District of Henrico County.

There are a variety of spacious apartment floorplans ranging from one bedroom to three bedrooms, with options like dens and sunrooms, so there is something for everyone. These apartment homes feature brand new kitchens with granite counter tops, hardy plank wood floors, black appliances and new mocha colored cabinets. The bathrooms offer hardy plank wood flooring and new mocha colored vanities that match the kitchen.

The community boasts an impressive set of amenities too, including:

  • 24-hour Emergency maintenance
  • Conference center
  • State-of-the-art fitness center
  • Swimming pool
  • Children’s playground
  • Children’s playroom
  • Detached garages

Abberly Twin Hickory clubhouse is spectacular as well! Now open 24 hours, it features a billiard table, coffee bar, two large flat screen TV’s and an internet café with two computers for residents to use! The community also added two gas grills and an outdoor gas fireplace behind the clubhouse, a great place to hang out with friends, family and neighbors!

Perhaps most important to residents, though, is the incredible customer service they receive. The team here is second to none and consistently praised by residents for their high levels of service and is heavily involved in the community as well. We understand that it’s how you live that matters and our successful track record is proof that our residents appreciate this approach as well.

We invite you to schedule a tour to visit Abberly Twin Hickory today and discover for yourself what makes it truly unique.

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Apartments That Offer the Top Community Amenities

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, September 04, 2018

Abberly Twin Hickory, Glen Allen, VAThe top four community amenities shown below are based on feedback from our customers and industry research. Not surprisingly, all of these amenities focus on the lifestyle that individuals want.

Active Living

Staying active and healthy is an important part of the HHHunt lifestyle. That priority is why our communities include an abundance of active lifestyle amenities. Our apartment communities, for example, boast cutting-edge fitness centers, such as Abberly Twin Hickory in Glen Allen, VA. These amenities have become very popular and highlight the demand for active living.

Social Spaces

Belonging to a community is about more than an apartment. What makes a community special are the people who call it home. Social spaces for neighbors to gather together and make lasting memories will be a top amenity trend this year. This trend gained momentum in recent years and will be even bigger in 2018. Despite the influx of virtual social spaces, people still crave face-to-face interaction. Community pools and clubhouses that are designed to encourage gatherings are popular features.

All About Pets

We can’t forget about pets because they are truly members of our family. Pet amenities are increasingly requested in new communities. Our apartments in Glen Allen, VA includes a fenced dog park. 

Green Features and Outdoor Spaces

Similar to the focus on active lifestyles, residents in our apartment communities are looking for green features, such as open outdoor spaces that can be used for enjoying a picnic or playing with friends. Walking trails and paths are very popular as well.

These are the four big trends in community amenities that we’re seeing for 2018. As we noted above, the common theme among them is encouraging active and social lifestyles.

We believe it’s how you live that matters and choosing the lifestyle that best suits you is important. Finding a community to call home that includes the amenities you desire most will make your home even more special.

For more information on apartments with these desired amenities and more contact Abberly Twin Hickory.

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Why We Love Richmond, VA

Joseph Coupal - Monday, August 27, 2018

Abberly Twin Hickory, Glen Allen, VAWe are proud to call the communities where we live and work our home. That is why we love highlighting specific cities and towns. This week we are showcasing the Richmond, VA metro area!

Not only can you find our wonderful apartment community in Richmond, but it is also the capital of Virginia. Southern Living named Richmond as one of the best places to travel in the South, and Lonely Planet elevated the area even further by naming it one of the best places to visit in 2018! We couldn’t agree more because this vibrant, charming region has something for everyone.

The greater Richmond area is considered a foodie’s paradise for its wide variety of critically acclaimed restaurants and award-winning chefs. In fact, food is such a big deal that there are several festivals dedicated to food throughout the year, such as the Hanover Tomato Festival. Beer lovers can also rejoice as the area is home to nearly 30 craft breweries!

One of our favorite things to do in the Richmond area is to enjoy the outdoors. The James River Park System offers thrilling class IV whitewater rapids while Chesterfield’s Pocahontas State Park provides more than 64 miles of trails! If you’re a sports fan – we’ve got you covered. The Richmond Raceway in Henrico County thrills fans of all ages with its annual NASCAR doubleheader weekends. There’s also no shortage of shopping. The hottest trends can be found at local boutiques and shopping malls, such as Short Pump Town Center in Glen Allen.

There is so much to love about Richmond and that's why our apartments in Glen Allen, VA are so popular here. At HHHunt, we believe it’s how you live that matters and we strive to create meaningful experiences and places of great distinction. Whether you’re already a Richmond resident or you’re considering a move, check out our Richmond area community.

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Millennials Love Virginia!

Joseph Coupal - Monday, August 20, 2018

Abberly Twin Hickory, Glen Allen, VAThere are around 71 million millennials in America and in 2019 they are expected to surpass the number of baby boomers. That makes millennials a coveted generation for cities looking to bolster their workforce and tax base. But millennials are notorious for their quixotic preferences and figuring out where they will head to next can be difficult. It’s a worthwhile undertaking though: where millennials decide to move has enormous impact on local markets, from the cost of living to whether or not you will be able to find good avocado toast in your neighborhood.

Census Bureau data was used to find out where millennials are moving. To track millennials’ mobility, we looked at immigration and emigration data for 217 cities.

Key Findings

  • Old Dominion is popular – Virginia takes three spots in the top 10. In particular the southeastern portion of the state makes appearances in the top 10.
  • Big Apple no more – New York took the bottom spot on this list again. In particular residents seem to be leaving the city to venture into other states. In total around 69,200 residents moved to New York from out of state while nearly 95,000 left the Big Apple for another state.

The States Where Millennials Are Moving

4. Virginia

The South makes up most of the states in the top 10. The no. 2 ranking state is Texas, with a net influx of nearly 34,000 millennials, followed by Virginia which gained 18,300 more millennials than it lost.

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Discover Glen Allen, A Neighborhood of Richmond, VA

Joseph Coupal - Monday, August 13, 2018

Abberly Twin Hickory, Glen Allen, VAGlen Allen in northwestern Henrico County is a good example of how quickly a rural area can find itself transformed into teeming suburbia. Chance are, people who lived in Glen Allen 50 years ago could never have guessed what would happen to the area, much less recognize it today.

Short Pump Town Center, which opened in 2003 in an area that was formerly farmland, is the largest shopping mall in the county. And new schools pop up in Glen Allen every couple years to accommodate the families who have moved into the area’s recently built master-planned communities and smaller subdivisions.

Glen Allen still has some rural spaces, but the area is booming.

Among the largest master-planned communities in the area are Wyndham and Twin Hickory, both of which were developed by HHHunt Communities.

Glen Allen has changed in more than just looks, though. In recent years, it has expanded, at least in the general public’s mind.

Today, many of us identify Glen Allen as an amorphous area that sprawls across the northwestern portion of Henrico.

Most longtime Glen Allen residents adhere to a smaller footprint that centers on the intersection of Mountain Road and the railroad tracks that were originally part of the Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac Railroad. Roughly, the area runs east from Staples Mill Road to Woodman Road and north from Laurel to Hunton.

But when it acquired its name sometime before the Civil War, Glen Allen was even smaller and was limited to the Mountain Road corridor, with streets like Old Washington Highway and Courtney and Mill roads.

The area got its present name from Benjamin Allen, a farmer and merchant who lived in Glen Allen in the mid-19th century.

With the momentum of Greater Richmond in many ways shifting to northwestern Henrico over the last 10 years, Glen Allen seems to have reached a tipping point, where new elements outnumber the old.

It’s not a sleepy little town anymore. It’s a bustling community with good schools, shopping, parks and entertainment.

For more information on apartments in Glen Allen, VA, a Richmond neighborhood, contact Abberly Twin Hickory.

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20 Reasons Living In Virginia Is The Best (And You Should Move Here)

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, August 07, 2018

Abberly Twin Hickory, Glen Allen, VAThis is for those who don't live here. The ones who are looking for a new location, but aren’t sure. Or maybe you’re in Virginia, but your best friend lives somewhere else. Better yet, your parents have retired and you could use some family close by. Whoever you are, if any of these apply to you – or someone you know – then its time to call the moving trucks.

1. You love all 4 seasons.

Winters are cold, sure. But the snow is pretty and it’s rarely too much – this isn’t Boston after all. Summers are hot – that’s why we have so many amazing lakes, beaches and rivers. But you can have hot or cold anywhere. In Virginia, it’s spring and fall that make all it all worthwhile.

2. You want to be at the heart of it all.

Virginia is within a day’s drive of 50% of the U.S. population. So “but I’ll never see my old friends” is simply not an excuse!

3. You love the mountains.

You can reach some of the most beautiful mountains in the world within just a few hours from anywhere in Virginia.

4. But you also love the beach.

Same goes for the beach. We have some of the most amazing beaches anywhere and they’re all within a half-day’s drive, no matter where you live in the state.

5. You appreciate a good economy.

The Washington Post calls Virginia “the best state in America” when it comes to managing budgets shortfalls. We’ve managed to keep the economy on an even keel even when the rest of the world seems to be in a spin.

6. You want the best schools for your undergrads.

Virginia has 3 of the top 40 public colleges and universities in the nation: University of Virginia (#2), the College of William and Mary (#6) and Virginia Tech (#27). But that’s saying nothing of all of other amazing schools, public and private – you can’t go wrong with a Virginia education.

7. And your under-undergrads.

For your pre-college crew, rest assured that good schools abound. Wallethub, an online financial site, ranks Virginia k-12 schools #7 in the nation.

8. You’re looking for a great place to retire.

Maybe it’s time to be closer to the grandkids. Virginia is the perfect place to land when you’re ready to put your feet up. Forbes named Blacksburg one of its top places to retire in the nation thanks to a cost of living 7% below the national average, low crime and good housing. Williamsburg tops the U.S. News and World Reports list for historic places to retire. Did you know that senior citizens can take up to 3 free classes a year at William and Mary?

9. You’re an entrepreneur.

Forbes has ranked Virginia as #1 for best places for business. For you big business moguls out there, 23 Fortune 500 companies are headquartered here.

10. You consider shopping a valid form of exercise.

Whether you’re looking for high-fashion shopping or just a day out antiquing, Virginia has some of the best finds on the East Coast.

11. Or you take your exercise very seriously.

For those of you with a competitive streak, Virginia hosts races of every kind – from marathons and triathlons to dress-crazy-and-jump-in the mud obstacle races. There’s something for everyone and no shortage of people to get out there and train with you.

12. Wine and cheese are two of your favorite food groups.

Virginia wine country is beyond compare. Our award-winning wines, 230+ vineyards and incredible countryside can’t be beat. Have some cheese with that wine – we have hundreds of locally made-in-Virginia cheeses available at farmers’ markets, specialty shop and nation-wide chain grocers. The only hard part will be choosing your favorite.

13. You like food in general. There’s down-home country cookin’ or fine dining within reach in just about every part of the state.

We have some of the best BBQ, biscuits and gravy, fried chicken and country ham you’ll ever have the pleasure of eating. Or try one of Virginia’s many fine dining restaurants. Our gourmet cuisine has hit the nation’s best restaurants lists more than once.

14. You don’t just like festivals. You love them.

Whether you’re looking for big city food and culture or small town celebrations, there’s a festival in just about every part of the state on any given weekend.

15. Cities or small towns – your choice.

If you want the fast track, big city life, you can have it. Northern Virginia is one of the nation’s top job growth areas and offers limitless options. But if you want a quieter speed, then take your pick of beautiful small towns where life is slower, but every bit as rich.

16. We have world-class healthcare.

Our hospitals are nationally ranked for care, including specialties like cardiology (Sentara Norfolk General) and neonatology (Inova Fairfax).

17. You like things that go fast. Both horses and cars.

Virginia horse country is not to be messed with. If you love horses, we have steeplechase, polo and countless horse shows and competitions. If NASCAR is your thing, we have the Martinsville Speedway, Richmond International Raceway and Bristol Motor Speedway. For Formula 1 and stock car racing, VIRginia International Raceway in Alton and the Virginia Motor Speedway in Jamaica, Virginia, fit the bill.

18. You support the troops.

Men and women in uniform are part of the fabric of Virginia. We were founded on a proud tradition of protecting our beliefs and today, Virginia has more than 20 military bases representing all 4 branches of the armed services, plus a strong National Guard presence.

19. Music makes you happy.

Bristol, Virginia is called the birthplace of country music for a reason. This is where some of the first commercial recordings were made with artists like Jimmie Rodgers and the Carter Family. We’ve taken it from there and now Virginia has a diverse and eclectic music scene with festivals for almost any genre, plus large commercial venues, small clubs and everything in between.

20. You can just be you.

Virginia is for lovers – and that means no matter who you are, what you love or how you choose to live your life, Virginia has a niche where you can belong. If you already live here, this blog hasn't told you anything you don’t know. So be sure to send this on to all of those friends and family members who you know would love living here as much as you do.

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