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The following cities have mortgage lenders in Virginia:
  • Lexington
  • Lightfoot
  • Lignum
  • Lincoln
  • Linden
  • Linville
  • Little Plymouth
  • Lively
  • Locust Dale
  • Locust Grove
  • Locust Hill
  • Locustville
  • Long Island
  • Loretto
  • Lorton
  • Lottsburg
  • Louisa
  • Lovettsville
  • Lovingston
  • Low Moor
  • Lowry
  • Lunenburg
  • Luray
  • Lynch Station
  • Lynchburg
  • Lyndhurst
  • Machipongo
  • Macon
  • Madison
  • Madison Heights
  • Madison Mills
  • Maidens
  • Manakin Sabot
  • Manassas
  • Mannboro
  • Manquin
  • Mappsville
  • Marion
  • Marionville
  • Markham
  • Marshall
  • Martinsville
  • Maryus
  • Mascot
  • Massies Mill
  • Mathews
  • Mattaponi
  • Maurertown
  • Mavisdale
  • Max Meadows
  • Maxie
  • Mc Clure
  • Mc Coy
  • Mc Dowell
  • Mc Gaheysville
  • Mc Kenney
  • Mc Lean
  • Meadows of Dan
  • Meadowview
  • Mears
  • Mechanicsville
  • Meherrin
  • Melfa
  • Mendota
  • Meredithville
  • Merrifield
  • Merry Point
  • Middlebrook
  • Middleburg
  • Middletown
  • Midland
  • Midlothian
  • Milford
  • Millboro
  • Millers Tavern
  • Millwood
  • Mineral
  • Mint Spring
  • Mitchells
  • Modest Town
  • Mollusk
  • Moneta
  • Monroe
  • Montebello
  • Monterey
  • Montpelier
  • Montross
  • Montvale
  • Moon
  • Morattico
  • Moseley
  • Mount Crawford
  • Mount Holly
  • Mount Jackson
  • Mount Sidney
  • Mount Solon
  • Mount Vernon
  • Mouth of Wilson
  • Mustoe
  • Narrows
  • Naruna
  • Nassawadox
  • Nathalie
  • Natural Bridge
  • Nellysford
  • Nelson
  • Nelsonia
  • New Canton
  • New Castle
  • New Church
  • New Hope
  • New Kent
  • New Market
  • New Point
  • New River
  • Newbern
  • Newington
  • Newport
  • Newport News
  • Newsoms
  • Newtown
  • Nickelsville
  • Ninde
  • Nokesville
  • Nora
  • Norfolk
  • Norge
  • North
  • North Garden
  • North Tazewell
  • Norton
  • Norwood
  • Nottoway
  • Nuttsville
  • Oak Hall
  • Oakpark
  • Oakton
  • Oakwood
  • Occoquan
  • Oilville
  • Oldhams
  • Onancock
  • Onemo
  • Onley
  • Ophelia
  • Orange
  • Ordinary
  • Oriskany
  • Orkney Springs
  • Orlean
  • Oyster
  • Paeonian Springs
  • Paint Bank
  • Painter
  • Palmyra
  • Pamplin
  • Paris
  • Parksley
  • Parrott
  • Partlow
  • Patrick Springs
  • Pearisburg
  • Pembroke
  • Penhook
  • Penn Laird
  • Pennington Gap
  • Petersburg
  • Phenix
  • Philomont
  • Pilgrims Knob
  • Pilot
  • Piney River
  • Pittsville
  • Pleasant Valley
  • Pocahontas
  • Poquoson
  • Port Haywood
  • Port Republic
  • Port Royal
  • Portsmouth
  • Pound
  • Pounding Mill
  • Powhatan
  • Pratts
  • Prince George
  • Prospect
  • Providence Forge
  • Pulaski
  • Pungoteague
  • Purcellville
  • Quantico
  • Quicksburg
  • Quinby
  • Quinque
  • Quinton
  • Radford
  • Radiant
  • Randolph
  • Raphine
  • Rapidan
  • Rappahannock Academy
  • Raven
  • Rawlings
  • Rectortown
  • Red Ash
  • Red House
  • Red Oak
  • Redwood
  • Reedville
  • Remington
  • Republican Grove
  • Rescue
  • Reston
  • Reva
  • Rhoadesville
  • Rice
  • Rich Creek
  • Richardsville
  • Richlands
  • Richmond
  • Ridgeway
  • Rileyville
  • Riner
  • Ringgold
  • Ripplemead
  • Rixeyville
  • Roanoke
  • Rochelle
  • Rockbridge Baths
  • Rockville
  • Rocky Gap
  • Rocky Mount
  • Rollins Fork
  • Rose Hill
  • Rosedale
  • Roseland
  • Round Hill
  • Rowe
  • Ruby
  • Ruckersville
  • Rural Retreat
  • Rustburg
  • Ruther Glen
  • Ruthville
  • Saint Charles
  • Saint Paul
  • Saint Stephens Church
  • Salem
  • Saltville
  • Saluda
  • Sandston
  • Sandy Hook
  • Sandy Level
  • Sandy Point
  • Sanford
  • Saxe
  • Saxis
  • Schley
  • Schuyler
  • Scottsburg
  • Scottsville
  • Seaford
  • Sealston
  • Seaview
  • Sedley
  • Selma
  • Seven Mile Ford
  • Severn
  • Shacklefords
  • Sharps
  • Shawsville
  • Shenandoah
  • Shipman
  • Shortt Gap
  • Singers Glen
  • Skippers
  • Skipwith
  • Smithfield
  • Somerset
  • Somerville
  • South Boston
  • South Hill
  • Sparta
  • Speedwell
  • Spencer
  • Sperryville
  • Spotsylvania
  • Spout Spring
  • Spring Grove
  • Springfield
  • Stafford
  • Staffordsville
  • Stanardsville
  • Stanley
  • Stanleytown
  • Star Tannery
  • State Farm
  • Staunton
  • Steeles Tavern
  • Stephens City
  • Stephenson
  • Sterling
  • Stevensburg
  • Stevensville
  • Stony Creek
  • Strasburg
  • Stratford
  • Stuart
  • Stuarts Draft
  • Studley
  • Suffolk
  • Sugar Grove
  • Sumerduck
  • Surry
  • Susan
  • Sussex
  • Sutherland
  • Sutherlin
  • Sweet Briar
  • Swoope
  • Swords Creek
  • Syria
  • Tangier
  • Tannersville
  • Tappahannock
  • Tasley
  • Tazewell
  • Temperanceville
  • Thaxton
  • The Plains
  • Thornburg
  • Timberville
  • Toano
  • Toms Brook
  • Topping
  • Townsend
  • Trammel
  • Trevilians
  • Triangle
  • Troutdale
  • Troutville
  • Troy
  • Tyro
  • Union Hall
  • Unionville
  • Upperville
  • Urbanna
  • Valentines
  • Vansant
  • Vernon Hill
  • Verona
  • Vesta
  • Vesuvius
  • Victoria
  • Vienna
  • Viewtown
  • Village
  • Villamont
  • Vinton
  • Virgilina
  • Virginia Beach
  • Volney
  • Wachapreague
  • Wake
  • Wakefield
  • Walkerton
  • Wallops Island
  • Wardtown
  • Ware Neck
  • Warfield
  • Warm Springs
  • Warrenton
  • Warsaw
  • Washington
  • Water View
  • Waterford
  • Wattsville
  • Waverly
  • Waynesboro
  • Weber City
  • Weems
  • West Augusta
  • West McLean
  • West Point
  • Weyers Cave
  • White Hall
  • White Marsh
  • White Plains
  • White Post
  • White Stone
  • Whitetop
  • Whitewood
  • Wicomico
  • Wicomico Church
  • Williamsburg
  • Williamsville
  • Willis
  • Willis Wharf
  • Wilsons
  • Winchester
  • Windsor
  • Wingina
  • Wirtz
  • Wise
  • Withams
  • Wolford
  • Wolftown
  • Woodberry Forest
  • Woodbridge
  • Woodford
  • Woodlawn
  • Woods Cross Roads
  • Woodstock
  • Woodville
  • Woolwine
  • Wylliesburg
  • Wytheville
  • Yale
  • Yorktown
  • Zacata
  • Zanoni
  • Zuni

  • Traveling through Virginia, the oldest, largest and wealthiest of the American colonies and the single most powerful influence on the early United States, is a nonstop history lesson. Pretty and rural it may be, but it's the past that predominates: wherever you go you're pointed towards this or that painstakingly restored two-hundred-year-old building, where something or other happened a long time ago. The more you know about it all, the more rewarding Virginia is to visit, but the historical plaques get a bit ridiculous after a while, marking every spot where George Washington slept, Thomas Jefferson thought, or Robert E. Lee tied his horse to a tree. You can see why Disney chose northern Virginia as the site of its proposed theme park of American history a few years back; and you'll also soon realize that Virginia takes itself a bit too seriously to allow such a project to get off the ground.

    Virginia's recorded history began at Jamestown , just off the Chesapeake Bay, with the establishment in 1607 of the first successful British colony in North America. Though the first colonists hoped to find gold, it was tobacco that made their fortunes. The native strain - used for hundreds of years by Virginia's indigenous population, of whom almost no trace remains - was too strongly flavored for European tastes. When a smoother, more palatable variety was introduced in 1615 by John Rolfe - the same man whose shipwreck on Bermuda inspired Shakespeare's The Tempest - tobacco quickly became the colony's major cash crop. Before long, vast plantations, owned by a very few aristocratic families, sprang up along the many broad rivers that flow into Chesapeake Bay. To grow and harvest tobacco required both an immense amount of land - so the Native Americans had to go - and intensive labor which led to the plantation owners bringing in slaves from Africa. By the end of the seventeenth century, enslaved African Americans accounted for nearly half of the colony's 75,000 people; a hundred years later, they numbered over 300,000. Virginians had an enormous impact on the foundation of the nascent United States: George Mason, Thomas Jefferson and James Madison wrote the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution, and four of the first five US presidents were from Virginia. However, by the mid-1800s the state was in decline, its once fertile fields depleted by overuse and its agrarian economy increasingly eclipsed by the urban and industrialized North.

    Virginia boasts beautiful countryside and has a rich cultural heritage and played an important part in founding of this nation. Please select a city from the list above or below. Once you have clicked on the city it will take you to a list of mortgage lenders in that area. These Virginia mortgage lenders are friendly and operate in a professional manner. They will be able to address your concerns regarding your Virginia home loan.

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