The number of people moving into Frederick County continues to grow. In one year's time, in 2010, more than 1,000 people moved into Frederick County. Nearly 80,000 live there now.
"It's a lot cheaper to live out here," said Bryan Hinger.
Bryan and his new wife Holly just moved from Purcellville to Frederick County last October.
"The price of an apartment out there is the same as our mortgage out here," he said.
It takes Bryan about an hour to get to work near Dulles Airport each day.
He and his wife had many choices about where to settle down, and they chose Frederick County.
"First we were concerned that all the way out in Frederick County that there wouldn't be a lot close to us," he said. "In Stephenson, it's about probably a five minute drive to Target, a shopping center. So it is close to get all of our shopping done."
Snowden Bridge developers say more people are moving to the area which is why they are building homes for more than 1,000 families in Frederick County.
"Well I think Frederick County, for one, is a great place to live," said Gregg Hughes, general sales manager. "There's a lot of industry out in the area. I feel like there is a marketing crisis in both Loudoun County and Prince William County, people need to find affordable housing and sometimes this area is a great area for people to transition too."
As long as the demand is there, the more houses they will build.
The newlyweds say they want to have children soon. Bryan says looking at the schools played a role in moving here as well.
"They school system seems to be pretty decent out here," he said.
To top it all off, the neighborhood has a park for his dogs.
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