Jody Snider

From lots to high-end waterfront homes....I have more than 12 years of real estate experience in Hampton, Newport News, Williamsburg, York County, Poqouson, Suffolk, Smithfield, Isle of Wight, Gloucester and Matthews. I have extensive knowledge about our market area to include home prices, school systems, area history, recreational activities, and area resources from working as a Realtor and real estate reporter at Virginia Business Observer and the Daily Press newspapers. Prior to real estate, I worked for 25 years as a journalist in Illinois, Iowa, Texas and Virginia, covering topics related to entertainment, education, law enforcement, medicine, government and economic development. I also worked as a columnist in Illinois, Texas and Virginia. This helped me transition into real estate, as many topics I covered directly affect our market area. I am very proud of my wonderful family; Adrin, husband and visual editor at the Daily Press; Zachary, 27, a golf trainer in North Carolina and Florida; Jordan Shay, 25, an aspiring medical student and Samantha, 23, also an aspiring medical student and chief scribe at Riverside Hospital. "I am a hardworking professional and would welcome the opportunity to assist you in any and all of your real estate needs from lots to mansions and everything in between." Let's get started!
Newport News, VA
Real Estate Market Information
Homes Owned: 36,927
Homes Rented: 35,024
Median Home Price: $150,000
Area Schools: 69
Best Score: 5/10
Average Score: 0.7

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Newport News Regional Office

720 Thimble Shoals Blvd, Suite 116, Newport News VA 23606

Newport News, VA

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Closest College
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Demographic Data | Newport News, VA

Median Age: 34.37
Married: 33%
Households: 71,951


Population by Sex
89,024 Male
94,310 Female

Occupancy Types
5,130 Vacant
36,927 Owned
35,024 Rented


White/Blue Collar Jobs
36% White Collar
64% Blue Collar

Transportation to Work
92% Drive
3% Public Transportation
3% Walk/Bike/Other
2% Work from Home