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Avi Galanti



Galanti Group, Compass

Vice President, Compass
avi@galantigroup.com

5471 Wisconsin Ave., 3rd Floor
Chevy Chase, MD
20815

301-298-1001
www.galantigroup.com

301-906-4996

What makes the Bethesda real estate market unique and what does that mean for my house?  

The real estate market in Bethesda-Chevy Chase is one of the steadiest markets in the country today. In order to understand it better, one should look at the contributing factors that influence our market. It begins with job stability, high incomes, excellent private and public schools, and local development that offers a variety of convenient and modern amenities and services. These factors have helped our market recover remarkably well following the great recession, and they support the rise of property values year to year.

Still, buyers and sellers need to further understand that each neighborhood, and indeed every house or condo building within this micro economy of ours, is unique and has its own set of influencing factors when it comes to pricing and desirability. Street features, proximity to downtown or major roads, public schools and, of course, the specific house and lot features, all have degrees of influence on value perception in the eyes of buyers.

What can I expect, as a client, if I hire you? 

As my client, you can expect that we will forge a personal connection and build a relationship based on trust and commitment to your goals. My established market expertise and experience allow me to elevate the level of commitment to my clients and provide a level of service that incorporates individualized care, open communication and accessibility. This, combined with solid advice on every aspect of the selling process, gives my clients the confidence that they’re in good hands. I’d also like to think that I have the wit, creativity and resourcefulness to deal with the unexpected.

Honors/Awards

Over $300 million in career sales, “Best of Washingtonian” award three years in a row