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Tysons Corner is an unincorporated census-designated place in Fairfax County, Virginia. Tysons Corner is also referred to as Tysons. Tysons Corner is located between McLean and Vienna. Tysons is located at the intersection of Rt. 7 and the Capital Beltway (I-495). Tysons has often been called a classic example of an “edge city”. One of the reasons for this is that during the day its population grows to around 100,000 people, while at night it’s less than 20,000. This is obviously due to it being the 12th largest employment center in the United States.
Tysons Corner Center, the biggest shopping mall in Virginia, is located in Tysons Corner along with Tysons Galleria and Fairfax Square. There’s so much to do here, from dinner and a movie, to shopping for the latest fashions. During a normal weekday, around 55,000 people travel there just to shop. It also possesses around 46 million square feet of retail and office space, making Tysons the central business district for the county of Fairfax. Tysons Corner can be quite a hectic community during the day, but overall it’s a safe environment, and most who live there will tell you they enjoy it
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How does a Realtor determine list price?
When it comes to buying a home, most potential buyers will use the listing price to as the number one factor to determine the homes that they look at. Even though you and your Realtor may determine the asking price, the buyer will determine the selling price. If the price is too high, most buyers won’t visit the property and won’t consider buying the property – which is why you want to determine the listing price carefully.
At Nesbitt Realty we use our experience, our local knowledge and a software resource called Realtors Property Resource®. Our agents can very accurately predict the sales price of any home, townhouse or condominium in Northern Virginia. We can show you the data points we use and let you see our assumptions, tweaking them when you disagree so that you’ll understand the science of how we make our recommendation. Knowing the value of your property is one of the most important parts of selling your home.