|real estate nationwide - united states|
Real estate sites of national or nearly national scope. Most sites will actually belong in a city's real estate category.
Alabama Alabama today host the space center in Huntsville, a major tourism destination in Mobile and a manufacturing center in Birmingham.
Alaska The state of Alaska is not contiguous to the USA; it borders Canada on the east and the rest is bordered by water. Alaska is the 49 of the 50 states.
Arizona Most Arizona land is an arid plateau, with ranching and mining remaining large industries along with manufacturing. You can also find the Grand Canyon. 1/4 of Arizona is an indian reservation.
Arkansas The Arkansas state's main industries are manufacturing : processed food and chemicals.
California real estate California is the most populous state in the U.S. and the third largest in land area. It became the 31st state of the union on September 9, 1850. Its largest city is Los Angeles and its capital is Sacramento.
Colorado real estate Colorado is the home of the Rocky Mountain National Park. Denver and Boulder are very lively town. Skiing is always at a reach of hand.
Connecticut Connecticut largest city is Bridgeport and the largest metro area is around Hartford.
Washighton DC Washington is the capital city of the USA, it is named after George Washington who was the first president of the United States.
Delaware Delaware is a very small state. One hour is enough to cross it by car.
Florida real estate Florida is known as the Sunshine State thanks to it's semi tropical weather.
Georgia Georgia's economy is a mix of textile manufacturing, food processing, wood, marble, agriculture, and services.
Hawaii real estate Hawaii is a set of island renaging from volcanos (Kilauea, the world's most active volcano), desert and lush tropical forest. It's a very beautifull place to live in.
Idaho Idaho lies in the Pacific Northwest. Agriculture, ranching, forestry, tourism and mining are its main economies.
Illinois The state of Illinois is the home of Chicago and its skyline.
Iowa Iowa is the home of prairies between the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers.
Kansas Kansas is named the Sunflower State and is synonymous with the wheat fields.
Kentucky In Kentucky, the heavy manufacturing and automotive industry contribute to the economy.
Louisiana Louisiana lies on the Gulf of Mexico.
Maine Maine has a huge diversity of sea, land and forests.
Massachusetts Boston is the capital of Massachusetts.
Michigan Michigan is rich in natural resources and is bounded by 3 of the 5 Great Lakes.
Minnesota this state has a nickname : the "Land of 10,000 Lakes"
Mississippi As the 20th state, Mississippi was admitted to the US in 1817.
New Jersey Agriculture is the 3rd industry in New Jersey. Its nickname is the Garden State.
New York real estate New York has an urbanized southern area and a more agricultural upstate.
North Carolina Beaches, plains and mountains makes the geography of North Carolina unique.
Pennsylvania The largest city of Pennsylvania is Philadelphia. In the southeast is the 5th largest metro area in the US. West, Pittsburgh is a steel producing city.
South Carolina One of the 13 first colonies, South Carolina has a rich history.
Texas Welcome to Texas!
Virginia Flat land and moutains in the west. Virginia is the home of the largest shipbuilding complex in the world.
Washington real estate The major industries include tourism, fishing, logging, aeronautics, agriculture and computer science.
Wyoming Wyoming is a state of natural resources from landscapes to people.
Nationwide Real estate agencies covering the United States of America.