Purchasing or selling a home is a big step in my clients life. My goal is to make the process as stress free as possible. I bring a unique cultural background as I have come in contact with many cultures throughout my educational and professional career.

I will sit down with you to explain the process, answer your questions so that you can be fully informed from the first meeting to the settlement table.

I'm an expert negotiator and most importantly, I will listen to your needs and do my very best to serve you as my client, regardless whether you're a first time buyer or a seasoned home seller.

My family and I know these DC streets, from uptown (NE & NW) to across the river in SE. Let me help you achieve your real estate goals.

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Location: Washington DC


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What's it Like to Live in DC?

Washington, DC is known as the nation's capital where law makers, politicians, and high priced attorneys reside. But those of us who know D.C. know that the vast majority of its residents are ordinary citizens from a wide variety of backgrounds who work across several industries.

The Washington, D.C., metro area has the perks of a large urban area. It's serviced by an extensive public transit system and is home to plenty of restaurants, entertainment venues, a variety of museums, public parks and other cultural sites. Residents gather for block parties (that good gogo music), frequent the restaurants and lounges along U st and Adams Morgan, and converse at coffee shops, creating an ambiance similar to that of a much smaller community

Meanwhile, each neighborhood in the District and its surrounding towns has its own atmosphere. DC is divided into 4 quadrants: NW, SW, NE, SE, with NW being the biggest. But even within NW DC, there are huge differences among neighborhoods. Areas west of Rock Park (16th st generally speaking) are very different from those east of the park.

The surrounding suburbs in Maryland, PG County and Montgomery County differ greatly in home values and demographic composition. See US News Full Report for DC Real Estate Facts.

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