“My clients work directly with me, so they have the best experience possible with knowledge I've gathered over the last 23 years.”
What makes you different than others in your profession?
My clients are top priority. I don't take on a lot of listings so, with me, listing clients or buyers don't become a number or work with an assistant. My clients work directly with me, so they have the best experience possible with knowledge I've gathered over the last 23 years. Real estate should be a personal business—personal service, personal accountability and personal focus.
What’s an example of a time when you helped a client that you’re particularly proud of?
An owner in Bethesda was moving after 50 years—a very delicate transition. I brought in a team to help her sort through her treasures and contractors to freshen the home for sale. The owner was thrilled I found a family that would love and care for the house, and the buyers were excited to continue the legacy.
How would your clients describe you?
"Andy is a pro's pro. She knows the market and has a realistic view on the value of a property. She is well connected and able to help out with all the parts of just about any real estate transaction. She has handled every kind of real estate transaction for my family with equal parts of skill and compassion."
"She was recommended to us by a friend with the assurance that she was the best! She certainly is. We are a military family and move around a lot so, needless to say, we have experience with Realtors!"
"Andy helped me find and buy my first house over 15 years ago. She really understands the marketplace. I love her smart, professional demeanor, and warm, friendly personality."
Top 1 percent of Long & Foster agents nationally; #1 agent in the All Points office; GRI, CRS designations; Miller/Long & Foster Service Award Winner; past president and board member and Business Person of the Year, Potomac Chamber of Commerce; past president, Kiwanis Club of Washington, D.C.