Over the last twenty years, I have sat with hundreds of homeowners as they prepared their homes for sale. While each sale is different, there are certainly some common themes – downsizing, relocating out of state and needing more space, all conditions that we can […]
As we look past the naked trees and bland winter palette eagerly anticipating Spring, nothing seems to be experiencing quite the growth and activity that we’re seeing in the new construction housing market. I’m working with a client currently in negotiations and the builder has […]
The Arlington by Richmond American at Southern Hills
To read the blog post: Southern Hills in Stephens City, VA
When buyers move to Northern Virginia from out of the area, their search criteria can produce a vast number of results – none of which anyone will admit is “perfect”. So where do buyers compromise? It’s often said that real estate is a combination of […]
You’d have to see it to believe it but Manassas is experiencing tremendous growth. The landscape is changing with the addition of Micron’s new $3 billion campus, live music venues, breweries and The Landing at Cannon Branch by Stanley Martin, the city’s only waterfront community. […]
Over the past couple years, my business has grown exponentially – quite literally doubling every year. The number of transactions, the volume of business, the hours, the miles…naturally I came to the conclusion I couldn’t keep going without help.
This past October, I brought on a Buyer’s Agent, Carly Smith. In November, we partnered with Brittini Martinez – our Director of Operations. In February, we added Alyson Sisman, another Buyer’s Agent. The four of us make up the Growing Home Real Estate team. Again this year, we’re on track to nearly double the production that we had in 2017. We just needed to make one more big adjustment.
Last week, we moved our real estate licenses to Pearson Smith Realty in Ashburn. I’m very excited to share with you a fresh, young start-up brokerage with an amazing platform of technology and support that keeps our team running at peak performance. What this means for you is that we spend less time and money on the operations and focus more on the client, which is the foundation of our core business.
We’ll be coordinating several client appreciation events in the next couple months, the least we can do to offer our heartfelt thanks. For the referrals you entrust to our team, for the testimonials you freely share – we are so grateful.
All my best,
Before the Internet, we had to rely on books for information (thousands of Millennials suddenly gasp in horror.) We didn’t have social media news feeds, there were no blogger insights and Google was just a baby. So what did we do in the year 2000? […]
The Hadley by Van Metre at Eastview
To read the blog post: Eastview in Chantilly, Virginia