"The team is great. I've received personal and prompt attention. They are mindful that I am not in the area and inform me of any issues as if I were there, This is my first experience working with a property manager and have had a great experience thus far. "
— Shaun Min, Owner/Invester - Vienna, VA
" We appreciate the care and professionalism that we receive as property owners and that our tenants receive as well. Dodson is quick to take care of any issues with our buildings or tenants before they become larger problems. We have great communication through email, phone and text messages. We plan to purchase additional property in the near future and will continue to use Dodson for all of our properties.” "
- Raine Salhab - Fredericksburg, VA
The Greater Fredericksburg region of Virginia consists of The City Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania, Stafford, King George, and Caroline counties. The city is conveniently located off of Interstate-95 40 miles South of Washington DC and 60 miles North of Fredericksburg. It is home to the Mary Washington University and several other, smaller institutions.
Home to several lakes and rivers, Fredericksburg, like many cities in the area had an economy in years past based around the transportation of the tobacco crop. The area bordered by the Potomac, Rappahannock, Mattaponi and North Anna rivers which made it a perfect point for tobacco inspections as the crop traveled along the coast. Along with Lake Anna, those bodies of water continue to be utilized by residents and visitors today, but as a hotbed of recreation activities like kayaking and fishing.
The Greater Fredericksburg region is also home to several established and budding shopping and dining districts. When it was built, Fredericksburg’s Central Park was one of the largest such areas on the East coast and the Spotsylvania Towne Center, which was finished in 2009, is a hotbed of activity for locals and commuters.
An integral part of one of the original 13 American colonies, the history of The Greater Fredericksburg Area dates back to the founding of the country. It is the birthplace of two of our founding fathers, President’s George Washington and James Monroe. Visitors and residents are able to celebrate this history today through museums and several monuments to the Revolutionary and Civil Wars.