Live, Work, Shop, & Play - Do it all in Luray-Page
In Forbes magazine’s annual study of the “Best States for Business,” Virginia was number one in 2013 and has ranked among the top two during each of the last eight years. According to the magazine, the state “ranks on top of the regulatory category because of its strong incentive offerings and business-friendly government policies. Virginia has a widely diverse economy that includes local and federal government, military, farming and manufacturing.”
Virginia is a right-to-work state and consistently ranks among the best states for business by organizations such as CNBC and Entrepreneur.com
Virginia has the third lowest workers compensation costs among states and the second lowest unemployment insurance tax.
Building costs are 8 to 22 percent lower than the national average.
Page County has a business-friendly environment and attractive business incentives available—accelerated permitting, site purchase discounts, machinery and tool tax grant assistance for job creation, Port of Virginia Zone Grant, etc.
Page County offers an enviable quality of life—scenic beauty, low real estate costs, good schools and health care, and safe neighborhoods.
Page County is close to nationally known recreation areas such as Shenandoah National Park, Luray Caverns, George Washington National Forest, the Appalachian Trail, and the Shenandoah River.
Luray, Page County’s seat, is just 70 miles from Dulles Airport.
Page County is designated a HubZone by the U.S. Small Business Administration.
Page County has a competent and educated work force. Two new high schools and several nearby colleges graduate ambitious, well-educated students annually.
Interested in starting or moving your business to Page County? Contact our office at (540) 743-3915 and email@example.com for information on the towns and county, real estate agents, and more to get your business dreams in Luray-Page off and running.