• Ask Gina & Company Reflects on Money Magazine’s Top Places to Retire

        Ask Gina & Company Reflects on Money Magazine’s Top Places to Retire

                        Money Magazine’s list of the 10 Best Places to Retire is peppered with paradises that offer accessible public transportation, desirable weather, and an abundance of outdoor activities. Raleigh, North Carolina, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and Lexington, Kentucky are considered the top three best places to retire while all ten contenders are accompanied by a list of pros and cons. Ask Gina & Company unceasingly ranks Loudoun County favorably and we’re ready to broadcast its benefits once again. As fall approaches its peak, Northern Virginians are reminded of the advantages of experiencing all four seasons- from the changing colors of the leaves to snow on Christmas morning, Sterling and its surrounding communities picturesquely portray the epitome of your standard quarterly Hallmark card. While Colorado Springs offers easy access to the Rocky Mountains, Great Falls Park, and its views of the Potomac River, is just twenty minutes outside of Loudoun in Fairfax County and Shenandoah National Park, part of the Blue Ridge Mountains, is about an hour drive. Both parks are home to several hiking trails that envelope their visitors in history and beauty. If cycling is more your speed, check out the WO&D trail that reaches 45 miles from Purcellville, VA to our nation’s capital.


                       If you prefer Loudoun County, as do the 330,000+ residents of the second fastest growing county, (according to Forbes) Ask Gina & Company wants to help you acquire the perfect home in Northern Virginia. Ashburn, Leesburg, and Sterling are even home to acclaimed retirement communities that promise freedom and maintenance-free comfort. However, If the direct flights to Paris (thank you, Salt Lake City), and year round tanning weather are enough to have you packing your bags, call Ask Gina& Company at (703)574-3478 to let us help you sell your Loudoun County property, to share our knowledge, and to refer you to an out of area agent.