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I'm thrilled to be recognized by the Greater Capital Association of Realtors for my successes in the past year. The honor would not be possible without my clients who entrusted me to help guide them through the home buying process and realize their dreams of home ownership.User
Compass dominates sales in some of the District's hottest zip codes!User
It's that time of year again...street sweeping resumes next week.
Here is the real reason we don't have tall buildings in Washington, DC!
At Compass we are thankful for Federal workers that do so much for this country. We will be hosting #FurloughFriday this week. We will have pizza and drinks for our family, friends, and clients impacted by the shutdown at our Logan Circle and Arlington offices from 12:30-2:00pm. I hope to see you there! Please RSVP via FB messenger so that we can order enough food for everyone.User
Cool look at Washington's past:
My clients will enjoy gorgeous views from their new condo that sits above the tree tops in Woodley Park!User
Interesting study on the Amazon impact on our market. The numbers show it should not affect us that much.
Hope the new owners of this charming northeast row home enjoy it as much as my clients did the past few years!User
Joined the crew at Good Day DC on FOX 5 to chat about the possible impact on our housing market now that Amazon has announced part of its HQ2 will be based in NOVA.User
Love this old postcard of Rhode Island Ave in DC.User
Interesting story as to why the Trinidad neighborhood doesn't conform to the DC street grid.
The market seems to be softening a little in some areas of the DMV. However, if Amazon does make the region its home away from home then that all could change.
Retro house for sale! Take a look at this groovy style. True luxury with carpeted bathrooms and kitchen.
Buildings that changed Washington. To me it's The Cairo that stands out in this list. The reason is pretty obvious.
Open house Sunday from 2-4 for this charming Victorian row home perfectly situated between the H St corridor, NOMA and Union Market.
Check out my new listing in northeast. Charming Victorian row home. Perfectly nestled between H St. corridor, Union Market and NOMA. Open Sunday from 2-4pm. Priced at $749,000User
This is something that probably would not have come up during a home inspection!
This is going to really help define the Anacostia waterfront. Very cool design. https://ggwash.org/…/gawk-at-dcs-beauti ful-new-design-for-t…