York Pennsylvania Relocation

If you're relocating to York PA, here is a little of what York has to offer! Contact a York PA Realtor found here on this page and request a York relocation kit for free!

City scapeYork County, is one of Pennsylvania's most desirable and growing locations for tourists, residents, real estate, families, and friends; all located within an hours drive from Harrisburg, Lancaster, Hershey, Gettysburg, and Baltimore, Maryland. York County is growing and developing faster than one can imagine as new homes, new visitors, new jobs, and new attractions move into the area each year. Home to an estimated 500,000 residents and covering over 900 square miles, York, Pennsylvania offers something for everyone to enjoy!

Commonly referred to as "The Factory Tour Capital of the World," York is home to major businesses such as Snyder's of Hanover, Susquehanna Glass, Utz Quality Foods, Wolfgang Candy Company, Herr Foods, Renovah Pretzels and Hope Acres Dairy Farm. York International, Wilton Armetal, Bube's Brewery, Naylor's Wine, York Barbell, Harley-Motor Company, various Farmer's Markets and Orchards, and many more places of interest are located just minutes away from your doorstep.

Filled with heritage, the historic Downtown York is always an adventure for the family! Looking at the oldest buildings in town, the murals, or re-enactments--- something new is sure to be found each time you’re in the area!

Founded in 1741 by settlers from the Philadelphia region, the area is known for being the temporary capital of the Continental Congress during the American Revolutionary War. It was also in York that the Articles of Confederation were drafted and adopted.

York was the largest Northern town to be occupied by the Confederate Army when the division of Major General Jubal Anderson Early spent the end of June in town during the year of 1863. The area now known as Wrightsville, located in York, PA, was where John B. Gordon marched his brigade to the Susquehanna River and back. In the Post-bellum era during 1865 to 1877, York remained a regional center for local agriculture, but eventually became the important industrial center that it is today.

Today York, continues to grow both in population and an increasing number of jobs throughout the area. In 2006, The York-Hanover Metropolitan Statistical Area was ranked as the 95th fastest-growing metro area in the nation according to the U.S. Census Bureau. The area is one of the fastest-growing counties in all of Pennsylvania.

The real estate market throughout York-County continues grow, develop, and prosper even in the midst of economic struggle throughout the market. No matter what type of living - style you are looking for, York County can fulfill your wish. From city to the country-side, from a house to a studio apartment; the possibilities are endless! Offering low living costs, a low crime rate, top-ranked educational opportunities, homes in all sizes and locations, various job opportunities, and all in a prime location, York County, is worthy of consideration for your new home, today!

Yorks leading real estate agents can offer you a full compliment of assistance with your relocation. They'll find you the perfect home located near all of the local attractions and amenities. Below you'll find a list of information and links to websites that you may find useful during the relocation process. If you have any questions about relocating to the York, Pennsylvania area just contact a York Realor found on this site and they will happily assist you!

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The following list represents a small number of what York County, Pennsylvania has to offer.

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