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The first, second, and tenth most educated counties in America are located in the Washington, DC metropolitan area.
"Bidding wars are breaking out. Foreign buyers are moving in. A new wave of contemporary architecture is taking hold. And a growing class of tech executives is helping to fuel the boom."
"With stream corridors that double as public parks and green living initiatives, the city is leading the way when it comes to going green. Its residents and businesses are a big part of the success: Their use of solar and wind power helped the city win first place in the EPA's green power competition for the third year in a row."
"While Loudoun ranks at the top, it’s far from alone on the list of wealthiest counties that surround Washington. In fact, it’s just the beginning. The neighboring counties of Falls Church City, Fairfax, Arlington and Prince William in Virginia and Howard County in Maryland all make the cut, giving the D.C. area six of the nation’s ten wealthiest counties."
"Commercial real estate is going to take off in Baltimore as developers move projects from the drawing board to the bulldozer."
"NerdWallet, an independent financial review website, earlier this month released its list of the fastest-growing cities for job-seekers, ranking the nation's capital second best in the nation for those looking for employment."
Seven out of America’s top ten counties with the highest median income are located in the greater Washington, DC area (Loudoun, VA, Fairfax, VA, Howard, MD, Arlington, VA, Stafford, VA, Prince William, VA, Montgomery, MD).
"It's official: Washington D.C. is the healthiest city in America."
"According to a new study, if 'Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV" was a country, its $458.1 billion gross metropolitan product would place it among the planet's economic powers."
"Government jobs are still a boon for the Arlington/D.C. area, which scored first place in the Policom economic stability index. The Milken index also gave the area high scores for providing stable job growth..."