“After 30 years of experience in every kind of market, and after watching Bethesda grow and evolve, I feel like I can help you no matter what your goals.”
What advice would you offer for someone just starting out in your profession?
Get involved. This is not just a job, it's an industry and community commitment. I regularly donate time as a commentator for the media, as well as many local causes and organizations. My volunteer positions include the Metro Improvement Task Force, Bethesda Urban Partnership, Imagination Stage, Bethesda Green and the Art & Entertainment District Council, as well as The Greater Bethesda Chamber of Commerce. As a Realtor, you can really contribute to making your community a better place to live and work.
What makes you different than other real estate agents?
I've enjoyed a lot of success in part because I will always tell my clients the truth and work hard to get them market-smart. I'd rather turn down a listing than take it at a price that does not reflect market value. Sellers make more money if they price it right from the start. After 30 years of experience in every kind of market, and after watching Bethesda grow and evolve, I feel like I can help you no matter what your goals.
What are your interests outside of work?
I'm a graduate of the L’Academie de Cuisine in Bethesda and I host “Grandparent Sundays” for my grandkids and family, which I love to do. I'm an avid reader, and a regular at Landmark Theatre in Bethesda Row for movies. I also still keep in touch with lifelong friends from Montgomery Hills Junior High School.