Military Relocation

Are you relocating in or out of Hampton Roads?

We are here to help make your transition a smooth and pleasant one. We specialize in military relocation, and have extensive experience working with military families. In fact, over 90% of our clients are military, so we understand your needs as a member of the armed services.

From choosing a home near your base to finding a local school, our team is available to help you get settled in Hampton Roads. We understand the complexities of military home purchases, and work hard to help you not only find the perfect home, but also get your financing done right. Nearly all of our military buyers have been able to put little or no money down in order to purchase a home.


As a regular service, we offer a free, no-obligation Buyer Consultation, in which we determine various factors that will help narrow down your home search results to a manageable list of homes that will be a perfect fit for you. In this market, numerous options are available with regard to home purchases. In addition to homes currently on the market, you may also be able to build an affordable new custom home, or renovate an older home in a nice location.


For those who are moving out of the area, we can help you get your home sold fast! We have an aggressive marketing strategy that gets your home in front of buyers in multiple venues, and knowledgeable agents that have a consistent line of buyers to whom they are ready to show your home! Fill out our Home Value Form to get started.

About Hampton Roads and the Military

A large number of military bases are in the southeastern region of Virginia that is commonly called Hampton Roads. Because of the large natural harbors, this area has a long history as an area of military significance.

The main seven cities in Hampton Roads include Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Norfolk, Suffolk, Portsmouth, Hampton and Newport News. The largest bases here are Oceana in Virginia Beach, Langley in Hampton, Fort Eustis in Newport News, and Little Creek and NOB in Norfolk. Other bases include Fort Story and Fort Monroe.

This area is an excellent place in which to raise a family. All of the cities boast excellent public school systems, and several of them are the site of numerous higher education institutions, including Tidewater Community College, Regent University, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Old Dominion University, Norfolk State University, and Virginia Wesleyan College. Additionally, a number of family-friendly attractions are available throughout the cities in this area. A few popular local events include Harborfest in Norfolk and the annual Strawberry Festival in the southern farming communities of Virginia Beach. Popular attractions include Portsmouth's historic downtown, the Virginia Beach oceanfront, and the Virginia Air and Space Center in Hampton. The area also boasts several excellent State Parks, including False Cape State Park and First Landing State Park, as well as a multitude of smaller neighborhoods parks spread out throughout the different cities.

This area has been greatly shaped by the presence of the military, and many aspects of the local economy are geared toward the needs of military residents. Aside from the large number of military bases, because of the concentration of the military, as well as the natural harbor, Hampton Roads also houses the Norfolk Naval Shipyard, a Naval Medical Center in Portsmouth, and the NASA Langley Research Center.