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Real Estate Richmond, VA -Looking for homes in the Central Virginia area? Welcome to Joey Schlager & The Richmond Realty Team's Metro Richmond real estate website. Our site is considered to be the #1 real estate website in the metro area including Richmond, Hanover County, Henrico County, Chesterfield County, Goochland County and Powhatan County. Our goal is to be a useful resource for the community by offering up- to-date, detailed information on everything real estate in the Metro area. You will notice that you can create detailed search parameters for Richmond, Henrico County, Hanover County, Chesterfield County, King William County, New kent County, Goochland County, and Powhatan County Virginia area homes as well as obtaining a home value right on the home page. You will also find detailed community and neighborhood information throughout the site. Our goal is to act as a resource, without obligation, for all of your real estate needs in the Metro Richmond Virginia real estate market. 

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Joey Schlager & The Richmond Realty Team's Mission

We like to say, "success leaves clues." Joey Schlager, joey schlager richmond realtornamed the #1 real estate agent in Virginia and 35th in the United States by The Wall Street Journal, has systemized the home selling and home buying process with intricate detail. In fact, Joey's system for selling homes has been featured on CBS, ABC, NBC, FOX and CNN. In addition to being the #1 real estate agent in Virginia, Joey Schlager is a best selling author. Joey's book, "The New Rise in Real Estate," hit Amazons best seller list in 8 different categories. Moreover, The Richmond Realty Team has a well known saying around the office that our goal is to answer our clients question before they even know that they need to ask it. Our vision and mission is to create an experience for our clients that is unmatched in the real estate industry today. We are so confident that this will be the case we offer a program called "Listed for a Day" in which our agreements only renew on a day to day basis if you say they do. No long term agreements that you cannot get out of if we do not live up to your expectations. In order to become a member of The Richmond Realty Team, a candidate must share our core values. One of those core values that we emphasize the most is "selflessness.' We give help and go the extra mile expecting nothing in return. We truly enjoy helping others. Read More

 

Central Virginia Community Summary

Written by Joey Schlager-March 10th 2014

A Realtor's Expertise Means Success For You

If you're looking to buy or sell Metro Area Richmond Virginia Real Estate, I'm the Realtor who can assure success. Besides my knowledge catapulting a book to the best seller's list and my being #1 in the State of Virginia according to the Wall Street Journal, I extend Buyer's and Seller's guarantees: “If you are unhappy with the home that you buy within the first two years of ownership, I will buy it back or sell it for free.” and, “I sell your home in 59 days, guaranteed, or I buy it.“  I'm not just confident; I have a proven track record. Contact me now for a free consultation.

Benefits of Owning Real Estate in Central Virginia

Real Estate in Richmond Virginia and the surrounding areas of Henrico, Hanover, Chesterfield, New Kent, King William, Powhatan, and Goochland is spread around the James River and the rocky and rolling green hill country around it, often referred to as the Piedmont of Central Virginia- the plateau between the Blue Ridge Mountains and the tidal wetlands of the Atlantic Coastal Plain. Richmond and the surrounding counties supply a range of amenities- from the financial, retail, and industrial powerhouses of Richmond, Henrico, and Chesterfield; to the often rural and pastoral feel of King William, Goochland, New Kent, Powhatan, and Hanover Counties. The whole area is steeped in historical significance and national treasures you can actually visit. The Central Virginia Area is home to many of the country's finer Universities. It also has museums of art, science, and history. There's music, art, and activities for the whole family.

The Richmond Area & Central VA's Economy Is Strong

Richmond is the State Capital of Virginia. Richmond and the surrounding counties have been a resilient financial stronghold through many recessions, depressions, and wars. Much of this was because of the economic activity provided from tobacco growing in the surrounding counties, and access to iron ore, foundries, and railroads. Now, the area's proximity to the nation's capital gives its own government and economy great strength and authority. Henrico County has the highest bond rating in the country. The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond Va covers Washington DC plus most of the mid-Atlantic states and the Carolinas. It holds the 2nd largest assets of all 12 Federal Reserve Banks in the nation. This is an economically stable place to live.

Bank and Shop in The Richmond, Henrico, Chesterfield, Central VA Area

Modern shopping conveniences abound in the area with The Short Pump Mall, Virginia Center Commons, and Regency Square Mall in Henrico; Fairfield Commons Mall in the City of Richmond; and Stony Point Mall, Southpark Mall, and Chesterfield Towne Center, and the Cloverleaf Mall in Chesterfield County. Many groceries and supermarkets serve the whole area: Kroger, Walmart, Food Lion, Martin's Food Market, Red Barn Food Stores, and Ukrops. One of the great features of this area is the unusually high number of farmer's markets. Residents enjoy purchasing fresh, quality produce (often at a savings) while supporting the local agricultural economy. Banking is convenient in the whole Metro Richmond Area. Bank of America, Bank of Virginia, Wells Fargo, Essex Bank, and Village Bank have branches all over Richmond and the surrounding counties.

Transportation Infrastructure of Central Virginia 

Anywhere in Richmond or the surrounding counties you're within 700 miles of 50% of the American population. You're never far from I-95, I-195, I-295, or I-64. And a large loop is made around the area by the connections of I-295, VA-288 (World War II Veterans Memorial Highway) , and small sections of I-95, VA-895, and I-64. Amtrak is accessible throughout the area with service to Washington DC (with connections to Quantico and the Pentagon), Philadelphia, New York, and Boston; as well as Virginia destinations- Petersburg, Norfolk, and Lynchburg. Richmond International Airport is in eastern Henrico flies anywhere in the world. Chesterfield County Airport flies to US cities. Airport Coffman Field is out by where Henrico meets Goochland County. Christians Airport and Woods Farm Airstrip are in Hanover County.

Finest Universities In the Richmond, Central Virginia Area

Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) is ranked #16 in the nation by US New&World Report. Its graduate programs in sculpture and nursing anesthesia were both ranked #1 by that same publication. VCU has funded much revitalization in the Richmond area and has influenced the establishment of a planned 1.5 million square foot research facility which currently houses 34 biotech companies. The University of Richmond was ranked nationally at #28 in liberal arts and #1 in up-and-coming schools by the 2013 edition of the Us News&World Report. This school offers bachelor's degrees and master's degrees in various studies and doctorates in law. J Sargeant Reynolds Community College has campuses in Henrico's Glen Allen and Goochland. It's affordable and popular for Registered Nursing degrees and associate's degrees. Each county in the area has their own public school system with top-rated schools. Private Schools are available all over the area.

The Richmond Metro Area Is Steeped In History

The Richmond area was revered by Native Americans for centuries before the English ever set foot there. The Powhatan Tribe had settlements where corn, hemp, tobacco, peas, and other crops flourished near the falls by where Richmond is today. Expeditions were sent up to the falls by Captain John Smith, president of the Jamestown colony. The Powhatans resisted but eventually, stricken with John Smith's charisma, they sold the whole settlement for some copper and an Englishman named Spelman. At this point, Captain Smith declared the settlement to be the property of King James I of England. The other area attribute having repeated military significance in the Civil War and the American Revolutionary War, is that the James River can't be navigated past the falls. And, the river's often powerful flow impedes enemy ships from advancing upstream. Most of Richmond and the surrounding counties were part of a colony called Henricus at first. Eventually Richmond, still a city within Henricus, was named after Richmond, England. Later, Henricus became Henrico.                

A favorite son of Virginia and someone very active in the Richmond Virginia Area was Thomas Jefferson. Among other places, Jefferson kept a home in Goochland. One of the tenets of the constitution and one especially important to Thomas Jefferson was the concept of religious freedom. After all, many of the founding fathers made their way to America to escape religious persecution. The First Freedom Center just opened at 14th Street and East Cary Street. This is the original spot where the Virginia Assembly ratified The Bill For Establishing Religious Freedom in 1786. The Center is adjacent to a renovated Marriot Hotel and will create 200 jobs as well as bringing revenue to local businesses and pulling positive attention to the Richmond Virginia Area. 

Diversified Entertainment Throughout Central Virginia 

The Richmond Area has amazing museums. You could stay for days at any one of them. The Virginia Museum of Fine Art has classics from ancient times to modern day. The Science Museum of Virginia has actual moon rocks. A giant globe models climate change. Other exhibits examine gravity, our bodies, and healthy living. In downtown Richmond, The Virginia Historical Society's exhibit The Story of Virginia, an AmericanExperience shows Virginia from prehistoric times to the present. You can visit The Hanover Tavern, a Revolutionary era bar, or the Hanover Courthouse, a still functioning courthouse where Patrick Henry practiced law. Live music by local and touring musicians can be enjoyed 7 nights a week at area clubs. Live theater and ballet is performed by area artists. Pocahontas State Park in Chesterfield has tubular water slides, fishing, and camping. There's something for everyone in Richmond and the surrounding counties.

Central Virginia Schools And Services 

Chesterfield County Chesterfield County Public Schools
City of Richmond County City of Richmond County Public Schools
Hanover County County Hanover County Public Schools
Henrico County County  Henrico County Public Schools
Powhatan County  Powhatan County Public Schools
Goochland County Goochland County Public Schools
King William County King William County Public Schools
New Kent County New kent County Public Schools

Central Virginia Universities And Colleges

Virginia Commonwealth University

 Virginia State University
University of Richmond  

Virginia Union University

John Tyler Community College

 Strayer University Henrico Campus

Virginia Commonwealth University - Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

 

 Central Virginia Museums 

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

Science Museum of Virginia

Virginia Department of Historic Resources

Poe Museum

American Civil War Center At Historic Tredegar

Virginia Holocaust Museum

Richmond VA Real Estate Listings

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2230 Monument Avenue

$1,890,000

Richmond, VA
5 Bed, 3.1 Bath, 5906 Sqft, 0.23 Acres
Residential

2039 Monument Avenue

$1,595,000

Richmond, VA
5 Bed, 5.1 Bath, 6154 Sqft, 0.11 Acres
Residential

2701 Park Avenue

$1,495,000

Richmond, VA
6 Bed, 4.1 Bath, 4895 Sqft, 0.17 Acres
Residential

I'm Your Local Realtor Joey Schlager In The Richmond Metro Area 

If you're buying Metro Area Richmond real estate, Joey will find a property you'll love within a prescribed time frame. If you're selling, he will get you the best price as quick as possible. Joey and his top-notch team will take care of all the closing tasks. Joey offers buyer's and seller's guarantees because he's that confident you'll be happy.

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Listing information last updated on July 29th, 2015 at 9:47pm EDT.