Regional Center Fund of America | Tour the Region
Operating in the greater Washington, DC Metropolitan Area, find out what makes our region so unique.
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Tour the Region

Jurisdiction

As a USCIS approved and designated EB-5 Regional Center, we have been authorized to focus on the following geographic area:

 

  • District of Columbia (Counties/Cities): Washington, DC
  • Maryland (Counties/Cities): Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Charles, City of Baltimore, Howard, Montgomery, Prince George
  • Virginia (Counties/Cities): Arlington, City of Alexandria, Fairfax, Loudon, Prince William

WHAT SETS THE REGION APART

And why you’re destined to fall in love with it

Government

As the capital of the world’s most powerful democracy, Washington, DC is home to the President of the United States, the House of Representatives, the Senate, 176 resident embassies, countless departments of state and agencies such as the USCIS, FBI, Securities and Exchange Commission, and the Department of Treasury, just to name a few.

 

Furthermore, the USCIS recently moved the entire EB-5 Program office to their headquarters here in Washington, DC. The new EB-5 Program office, referred to as the Immigrant Investor Program Office (IPO), is responsible for handling all EB-5 related adjudications.

Economy

The Washington, DC Metropolitan Area has an extraordinarily stable economy and employment base, with the Federal Government supporting nearly 3 out of 10 jobs.  And many additional organizations are headquartered in the area to keep ties with the Federal Government. In terms of private industry, the region serves as headquarters for dozens of Fortune 1000 companies in a variety of industries, and boasts growing industries as well. This includes 18 Fortune 500 Company headquarters – fourth in the nation.

Real Estate Market

With a population of over nine million, the greater Washington, DC Metropolitan Area includes two major cities in Baltimore, MD and Washington, DC and is the fourth-largest combined statistical area in the country. Besides representing tremendous buying power, it also represents unparalleled stability. This region weathered the real estate recession and housing downturn better than any other major city in the country. Supported by the federal government, the Washington, DC Metropolitan Area proved to be the only major metropolitan area in the United States that never stopped growing.

Quality of Life

As the nation’s political center, Washington, DC, has earned its spotlight as more than just a center of power. It ranks as a world-class city for its many attributes: thriving, diverse economy, outstanding educational institutions, abundant cultural attractions, magnificent museums, efficient mass transit systems, sustainability leadership and more.

 

Did you know that the Washington, DC Metropolitan Area comes in first with respect to wealth, standard of living, and happiness? This area represents the most educated, and by most measures, the most affluent metropolitan area in the United States. Six of the 10 wealthiest counties in the United States are located in the Washington, DC Metropolitan Area, and in 2014, Washington, DC was ranked as the Healthiest City in America.

DON’T JUST TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT

We invite you to come and fall in love with the Washington, DC Metropolitan Area for yourself