Trusted and Referred ~ Serving NVA Hunt Country and the surrounding areas!
Having lived and owned properties in Loudoun, Fauquier, and Prince William counties, I am intimately familiar with both the large towns and the treasured small towns of the area, and can make your home buying or selling experience as smooth as possible. The National Trust for Historic Preservation has designated me as a member of its Historic Real Estate Program, and I am certified in handling Distressed Properties (short sales, foreclosures, etc). I am also a member of The Institute for Luxury Home Marketing, which affords additional opportunities to market luxury properties and to track specifically how the luxury home segment of the market is performing. Furthering my own knowledge each year is something I am committed to, allowing my clients to have an expert on their side!
As a certified Relocation specialist, I have assisted many corporate clients buy and sell properties. I have been entrusted to deliver top-notch service to clients such as AOL, Rolls Royce, VW, State Department, Ocwen, Scitor, and Raytheon. Whether your purchase or sale is job-related, driven by a change in lifestyle, or for investment purposes, I will listen carefully to your needs, and negotiate strongly on your behalf. New construction, land, farms, neighborhoods...I am here to advocate for you throughout the process.
On a personal note, I am an avid horse person, and have enjoyed years of foxhunting and competing. I hunted as a professional with Orange County Hunt for four years, and have hunted throughout the local area, as well as in South Carolina and Georgia.
I am passionate about Historical Preservation, Rural Preservation, Responsible Development, and Sustainable Living. I maintain memberships with the Mosby Heritage Association, Loudoun Preservation Society (where I previously served on the Board of Directors as well as on the Historic Resources Committee), and the Piedmont Environmental Council.
I love the diversity our county offers, and it is important to me to help maintain the positive characteristics of Loudoun County. I was selected to be a part of Leadership Loudoun’s 2009 class. Twenty-five classes have now graduated from the program creating a membership network of 389 community leaders representing business, government, non-profit, education, human services, and faith-based organizations. Members serve on over 500 commissions, committees and boards and have created and/or sponsored 58 community impact projects that leave a legacy of service for the community.
- SFR - Short Sales & Foreclosure Resource
- ePro - Internet Specialist