Are you trying to find real estate in a particular neighborhood?

Below you will find an exhaustive accounting of each subdivision (or condo) with properties for sale in Prince William County. This list is compiled from active listings today. This list is revised every few minutes to ensure that we're supplying fresh information that you may count on. The tallies found below is taken directly from the MLS database, so there are some tips to keep in mind.

You may find a subdivision listed more than once.

Firstly that the names of subdivisions (or condominium communities) found below were all entered into the MLS database by listing agents. Because humans entered the data, there will be typographical errors. Of course sometimes, those typographical errors can be corrected and that correction makes it seem like a listing has moved from one subdivision to another when really the error was corrected.

In addition, there may be some variances as to what exactly a particular neighborhood is called. If there is even one character of difference between a couple of entries this will be counted separately. Thus, if you really want to get an accurate count, you should look at all possible variations of the community's name. For example, Midtown condominiums in Fairfax County are sometimes entered in as Midtown, Midtowns, Midtown condomiums, Midtown Alexandria, Midtown Alexandria Station.

"I saw a sign up but the subdivision isn't found below."

Is there a different way to spell this particular community?
As a matter of course, for the reason stated above, try to you look for all possible variations of the name.
Is the property for lease?
This list does not include rentals. Hence, it's possible that the sign you saw posted was for a rental. In addition, this list only covers listings still for sale in Prince William County.
Is the property under-contract?
An active listing is a property that is available and for sale. There are quite a few listings which have a sign up that are not active. By way of illustration, from time to time a for sale is up because the property is coming soon. A listing that is in coming-soon status is not yet available and not yet for sale. Only agents have access to information about properties that are in coming-soon status. And, the MLS database does not allow us to include those properties in our list. If you want to know about coming-soon homes in a specific neighborhood, you'll have to contact Nesbitt Realty directly.
Is the property under-contract?
In addition, it happens that a listing is already sold when you spot the sign up. Under-contract signs aren't posted the second a contract is signed. Also, sometimes that the listing agent is a less than prompt with putting up the under-contract riders. For these reasons, you may see a sign up when a property is not available.

Do you need timely notices about listings from a specific neighborhood?

If you would like to be contacted when a listing is active in a particular community, just let us know. In addition, your agent can also give you specific information on a particular listing if you contact us directly. We can recommend an appreciative Realtor that can quickly find the information you need.

You can organize the neighborhoods by count or alphabetically.

The arrows at the header below are useful for organizing the list. But, when you organize by tally, just remember the tips above, because the number isn't completely accurate. Nevertheless, the data is still useful. No properties available at this time.
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