Is your company attracting top talent to our Nation’s Capital?   

Chasing Dragons provides a personalized, hyper-local area orientation that introduces the candidate or employee, and their family, to our metro area, and answers their questions so they better understand how to recreate their lifestyle in our Washington, DC area.  

We provide a critical first impression that gets them to yes!

  • Our Ambassadors help candidates or employees visualize living in the many vibrant, diverse and amenity-rich neighborhoods throughout our metro region.  

  • We schedule a deep-dive conversation to help identify their priorities, and then create and take them on a personalized area tour to showcase specific communities and resources.

  • We make introductions to individuals who can help shape their new life or share similar interests, to include youth sports coaches, doctors, school principals, hobbies, contractors, and more.

All critical resources for soft landings, and attracting your valued recruits to our Washington DC metro area.

Our team is engaging and thoughtful during a challenging time, and we ensure your candidate arrives ready to embrace their new work and home communities.

‣  Personalized Area Orientation Tours for pre- & post-decision / Individual and Group

‣  Welcome and Arrival Support

‣  Community Introductions

‣  Interest-Specific Tours

‣  Expert Concierge phone and email support

You recruit the professional. We recruit the person.

We can't wait to welcome your new team member(s)!


Providing support from pre-decision thru post-relocation. First impressions are lasting impressions.Find out More >


We live here, navigate daily life and have answers to your questions. And, we are really nice. Meet Us >


We look forward to connecting with you and sharing more about our Nation's Capital. Get In Touch >

“Your area orientation tour was fantastic. We better understand neighborhoods we saw on the web, the walkability and the commuting options. We loved meeting the soccer coach - it went a long way to changing our 11-year-old's mind!”  — S.K.