Addition to award-winning website creates ease to find a home in D.C. metro area
Long & Foster Real Estate has launched a new landing page designed exclusively for Amazon employees who may be transferring to the Washington, D.C., metro region with the upcoming HQ2 move. The landing page, which is built on Long & Foster’s award-winning website, provides visitors with real estate resources, community details and market information about National Landing and other areas in its vicinity.
“There’s no doubt that Amazon’s decision to call Arlington County home and bring over 25,000 high-paying jobs to our region will further benefit our local economy,” said Larry “Boomer” Foster, president of Long & Foster Real Estate. “Demand for housing will push even higher in the coming years, causing more stress on our low inventory environment. That’s why, it’s more important than ever that Amazon employees turn to Long & Foster, the No. 1 real estate company in the area, for all their real estate needs.”
On the exclusive landing page, Amazon employees will find everything they need to know about buying, owning or renting a home in D.C. metro area, as well as why Long & Foster is the prime choice for all their real estate services. From the landing page, visitors can access Long & Foster’s easy-to-use Realtor search, browsing the thousands of professional agents in the area that are available to help them in their home search. Additionally, if visitors need assistance with financing, insurance, property management, vacation rentals or settlement, they will have access to it all from the landing page.
“When moving to a new market, it’s important to work with a company that not only has local market expertise, but also has a strong financial backing,” said Jeffrey S. Detwiler, CEO of The Long & Foster Companies, parent company of Long & Foster Real Estate. “We’re supported by the nation’s No. 1 independent real estate company—HomeServices of America, an affiliate of Berkshire Hathaway—instilling our clients with confidence that we’re well equipped to handle one of the most expensive transactions in their lives.”
For both current residents and newcomers to the area, the landing page will help them to find not only the perfect home, but also the perfect community. Through an easy connection to Long & Foster’s Communities section, landing page visitors can get an inside look at local cities and neighborhoods near HQ2, including what dining, nightlife and other attractions are located in that community, how many properties for sale there and how the market’s performing. They can also easily reach Long & Foster’s main website, where they can search the thousands of properties that are on the market for sale or rent.
Visit the landing page LongandFoster.com/AmazonHQ2.