Virginia (VA) Holding And Other Investment Offices Companies

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Alexandria-Southern Properties
3 Commercial Pl.
Norfolk VA 23510
(757) 622-1621
Washington Capitl Ventures LLC
1950 Roland Clarke Pl.
Reston VA 20191
(703) 547-3450
Exantus Investors Group
505 Washington St.
Portsmouth VA 23704
(757) 399-4355
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Phoebe Family Trust
8011 Daffodil CT
Springfield VA 22152
(703) 451-4210
RVA RealEst. in Mechanicsville, VA
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6381 Pine Slash Road
Mechanicsville VA 23116
(804) 432-2054

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Trust For Crows Nest
4022 HUMMER RD.
Annandale VA 22003
(703) 354-5093
Seneca Leasing Holding Co
628 Nalls Farm Way
Great Falls VA 22066
(703) 430-3538
Charles E Hashbarger Trust
281 Golden Woods CT
Great Falls VA 22066
(703) 759-6917
Garnet R & Lena Turner
11525 Brocks Gap Rd.
Fulks Run VA 22830
(540) 896-7488
Bayside Investment Group Inc
3233 High Sea Dr.
Greenbackville VA 23356
(757) 824-4345
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