Top 10 Most Popular Community Pages on LongandFoster.com

By Michelle D. Formica, Manager, Marketing Services, The Long & Foster Companies.

Jul 201810

Top 10 Most Popular Community Pages on LongandFoster.com

By Michelle D. Formica, Manager, Marketing Services, The Long & Foster Companies.

Whether you are looking to relocate or simply searching for the perfect vacation destination, LongandFoster.com provides insight into hundreds of communities from North Carolina to New Jersey. From local favorite restaurants to historic monuments and commute details to transportation of choice, our community pages offer the inside scoop you may be looking for.

Here is a look at the top 10 most viewed communities on LongandFoster.com in the first half of 2018.*

  1. Washington, D.C.

    Tourists and locals alike enjoy the everyday hustle and bustle of the nation’s capital. Popular attractions, iconic landmarks and the White House are just a few reasons tourists come from all over the world to visit Washington, D.C. Locals enjoy the parks, cafés, sports – the Stanley Cup-winning Capitals, and entertainment venues the city has to offer.

  1. South Boston, Virginia

    The tight-knit community of South Boston, Virginia, offers a thriving, historic downtown with shops, restaurants and entertainment. South Boston Speedway hosts races in NASCAR’s regional series, attracting fans from everywhere. This charming small town is less than two hours from Richmond, Roanoke and Raleigh.

    The tight-knit community of South Boston, Virginia, offers a thriving, historic downtown with shops, restaurants and entertainment. South Boston Speedway hosts races in NASCAR’s regional series, attracting fans from everywhere. This charming small town is less than two hours from Richmond, Roanoke and Raleigh.

  1. Charlottesville, Virginia

    Home to the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, is known for its beautiful, scenic views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Residents and visitors enjoy the endless outdoor activities, along with the culture that Charlottesville has to offer. Nearby big cities include Richmond and Washington, D.C.

    Home to the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, is known for its beautiful, scenic views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Residents and visitors enjoy the endless outdoor activities, along with the culture that Charlottesville has to offer. Nearby big cities include Richmond and Washington, D.C.

  1. Richmond, Virginia

    Filled with rich history, Richmond, Virginia, is the state capital. From historical sites, museums and architecture to award-winning restaurants, bars and attractions, there is always something to do in Richmond. There are several colleges and universities in the city and surrounding area.

    Filled with rich history, Richmond, Virginia, is the state capital. From historical sites, museums and architecture to award-winning restaurants, bars and attractions, there is always something to do in Richmond. There are several colleges and universities in the city and surrounding area.

  1. Wildwood, New Jersey

    A beautiful coastal city, Wildwood, New Jersey, offers a boardwalk and beach, attracting thousands of tourists each year. Locals enjoy the busy, beach season, as well as the quieter months during the private off-season. Wildwood offers spectacular scenery and exciting attractions – a truly unique vacation destination.

    A beautiful coastal city, Wildwood, New Jersey, offers a boardwalk and beach, attracting thousands of tourists each year. Locals enjoy the busy, beach season, as well as the quieter months during the private off-season. Wildwood offers spectacular scenery and exciting attractions – a truly unique vacation destination.

  1. Baltimore, Maryland

    A busy, fast-paced and diverse city, Baltimore, Maryland, is filled with museums, night clubs and live theater, as well as the inner harbor – attracting locals and visitors alike. Easy access to dining, shopping and nightlife, and the city’s popular attractions like the National Aquarium, are just a few reasons residents love Baltimore.

    A busy, fast-paced and diverse city, Baltimore, Maryland, is filled with museums, night clubs and live theater, as well as the inner harbor – attracting locals and visitors alike. Easy access to dining, shopping and nightlife, and the city’s popular attractions like the National Aquarium, are just a few reasons residents love Baltimore.

  1. Lewes, Delaware

    The quaint town of Lewes, Delaware, nestled along the banks of the Delaware Bay is a great beach destination. Lewes attracts thousands of tourists and part-time residents during the summer months, while it’s particularly quiet during the off-season. This beach town offers a variety of outdoor fun, including swimming, fishing, sailing, jet skiing and more.

    The quaint town of Lewes, Delaware, nestled along the banks of the Delaware Bay is a great beach destination. Lewes attracts thousands of tourists and part-time residents during the summer months, while it’s particularly quiet during the off-season. This beach town offers a variety of outdoor fun, including swimming, fishing, sailing, jet skiing and more.

  1. Alexandria, Virginia

    From a small tobacco trading post to a contemporary city, Alexandria, Virginia, offers rich history and stunning architecture. Just miles from Washington D.C., its residents have quick, easy access to the busy city. Old Town Alexandria has an assortment of boutique stores, theaters and antique shops.

    From a small tobacco trading post to a contemporary city, Alexandria, Virginia, offers rich history and stunning architecture. Just miles from Washington D.C., its residents have quick, easy access to the busy city. Old Town Alexandria has an assortment of boutique stores, theaters and antique shops.

  1. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    The largest city in the state, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, was the capital of the United States until 1800. From museums and cultural sites to parks and sporting events, Philadelphia has attractions for the whole family. Today, Philadelphia is known for its diversity, rich culture and storied landmarks of American history.

    The largest city in the state, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, was the capital of the United States until 1800. From museums and cultural sites to parks and sporting events, Philadelphia has attractions for the whole family. Today, Philadelphia is known for its diversity, rich culture and storied landmarks of American history.

  1. Winston-Salem, North Carolina

    A thriving southern city, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, dates back to pre-Revolutionary War days. Winston-Salem is filled with history, art and small town appeal. From baseball to paddleboard, along with annual events, the town offers a lot to do.

    A thriving southern city, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, dates back to pre-Revolutionary War days. Winston-Salem is filled with history, art and small town appeal. From baseball to paddleboard, along with annual events, the town offers a lot to do.

These are just a few of the popular communities featured on LongandFoster.com. If you’re looking for a new neighborhood to move to or an exciting vacation spot to visit, explore hundreds of destinations here.

*Based on unique views of community pages on LongandFoster.com for Jan. 1, 2018, through June 30, 2018

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