Located just across the river from Washington, D.C., National Landing is the region’s premier mixed-use urban community and is home to the headquarters of Nestlé, Marriott International and Capital One. The D.C. metro area is also home to the most employed tech workers in the U.S., with an estimated 321,000 professionals—and that number is soon to grow.


Market Statistics

Get to know the local market

Real estate in National Landing was a hot commodity prior to the Amazon HQ2 announcement and has remained so in the months since, with the median sales price fluctuating from just under $550k to over $580k. The market is definitively in favor of sellers: inventory is falling, giving buyers fewer choices in their home searches. This is likely contributing to the average days on market, which is also on the decline.

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Cost of Living

How National Landing stacks up

Residents of the National Landing area can expect a cost of living that is 44 percent higher than the national average. Much of this figure can be attributed to home prices, which are 133 percent higher than in the United States overall. The differences in other figures are much more nominal, with groceries and utilities 11 and 14 percent higher, respectively. Transportation and health care, on the other hand, hover just barely above the national average, and are much lower than most other HQ cities.



Explore the city on foot

Though Arlington comes in slightly below other cities on its Transit and Walk Scores, it is still a very walkable city where residents can accomplish many errands or reach eateries and shops on foot. Most locals can reach a few restaurants or cafes within a five-minute jaunt. The public transportation system in Arlington is a good one, with four subway lines, two railway lines and approximately 85 bus lines throughout the city.  

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Local Guide

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A moderate climate near the nation’s capital.

Ranking in at 60 on Sperling’s Comfort Index, the National Landing region is considered a climate more comfortable than many others in the U.S. The area is in line with the national average on many counts, with the exception of snowfall, which falls well below that standard.


Finding Your Home

If you’re considering a move to National Landing, we’re here to help! Browse a variety of home options below or get in touch with an agent to discuss your real estate—and HQ—goals.



Looking for that perfect single-family home? Browse a collection of stellar residences in National Landing.

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If you want the convenience of a lock-and-leave lifestyle in an urban setting, be sure to check out these condos.



Take a look at the development homeownership opportunities currently available in the National Landing region.



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