- Associated Press - Tuesday, December 1, 2015

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - Carfax is expanding its headquarters in Fairfax County and upgrading its data center in Loudoun County.

Gov. Terry McAuliffe and company officials announced the plans Tuesday. McAuliffe said the $5 million Fairfax expansion will create 120 jobs. The cost of the Loudoun project is $10.8 million.

Carfax provides vehicle history information for buyers and sellers of used vehicles. The company says it handles more than 2.7 million requests for vehicle information every day.

McAuliffe approved a $150,000 grant from the state’s Opportunity Fund to Fairfax County to help with the headquarters expansion.

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