We can help you find a home in the neighborhood, city or state that works best for YOU.
There are many agents who sell real estate "on the side". Helping people buy or sell homes is our full time profession and we take pride is being available when our clients need us.
Although there are many people who help to make our business run smoothly, we prefer to interact with our clients directly. After all, our clients hire us to get the job done, so we want to be the point of contact at all times.
I enjoy my chosen career tremendously because I enjoy interacting with people and helping them during the important process of buying or selling a home. Prior to real estate, I worked at UUNET, the Internet division of MCI WorldCom. Before that, I was a civilian intelligence analyst and liaison with the U.S. Army. I am a graduate of the Defense Intelligence College, George Washington University, and Washington and Lee University. I have lived in the Washington area since 1984. In my spare time, I enjoy being involved in my kids' sports teams, keeping fit and participating in outdoor activities. We have lived in Falls Church, Virginia since 1995.
I have been a licensed Realtor since 1993. My true measure of success comes from helping my clients achieve their dreams. I have sold hundreds of homes ranging from small condos to grand estates. I moved to Washington, DC in 1984 to attend graduate school and - like so many others - I stayed. Prior to becoming a Realtor, I worked at the State Department for six years and traveled all over the world. I graduated from the University of Tennessee (B.A.) and George Washington University (M.A.) My father was a career Army officer, so I've been moving in one way or another all my life. We have three children who keep us pretty busy, but in my spare time I love to read, volunteer with animal rescue groups and visit with friends.
Our three kids have grown up in the real estate business. Davis, Craig and Rebecca are well known to many of our clients, who've watched them grow up through the years.