Market Reports

Highlights


  • 35 miles south of D.C.
  • 4th largest U.S. market
  • 50 miles north of Richmond

The Fredericksburg Virginia Region, which includes the City of Fredericksburg and the counties of Caroline, King George, Spotsylvania, and Stafford, is strategically located 35 miles south of Washington, D.C., the 4th largest market in the U.S. and 50 miles north of Richmond, VA. For the past eight years, the Fredericksburg Region has been the fastest growing region in the Commonwealth of Virginia. With the current population over 330,000 and a highly skilled labor force over 1 million within a 40-mile commute, it is easy to see why the region is a vibrant emerging employment center.

Fredregion Demo Income Profile

Fredregion Housing Profile

Fredregion Restaurant Market Potential

Fredregion Retail Market Potential

Fredregion Medical Expenditures

Fredregion Business Summary

 


2007 Forecast and Beyond

From the 15th Annual GMU Economic Conference, this report provides a look at the Washington Regional Forecoast for 2007 and beyond.

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The Washington Region Housing Market in 2007

From the 15th Annual GMU Economic Conference, this report details the housing market in the Washington Region up to 2007.

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2005-2006 Fredericksburg Regional Alliance Annual Report

This document provides a review of the fiscal year 2005 of the Fredericksburg Regiona Alliance.

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2004-2005 Fredericksburg Regional Alliance Annual Report

This document provides a review of the fiscal year 2004 of the Fredericksburg Regiona Alliance.

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The Impact of MediCorp Health System on the Economy of the Fredericksburg Region in 2005

The total economic impacts of spending by MediCorp Health System (MHS) will reflect the combination of direct outlays (payroll, operating and capital) and their subsequent monetary effects as these funds are circulated through the economy; that is, the re- spending of these direct outlays will generate additional economic activity that otherwise would not have occurred.

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Industry and Occupational Cluster Analysis

This analysis provides a methodological linkage between instructional programs, occupations, and industries. It also integrates the VCCS’ workforce development activities and VEDP’s economic development activities by providing a bridge between the instructional-program-focused world of education and the industry-focused world of economic development.

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Virginia State Data

This document provides an overview of the State of Virginia and ways businesses benefit by basing the the state.

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