|Real Estate Agent||
|location_on Washington, DC — Realty Group Inc.|
|web Amy Fisher's (dcrealestatecurmudgeon) Blog|
After 37 years I'm still intrigued by how uniquely individual the process of buying and selling real estate is. Of course, my experience is meaningless unless I can share it in a way that helps you to comprehend and prioritize your motivations, navigate the nuances of the market, and think through your choices. As my client, it is your responsibility to make decisions, and mine to provide you with sufficient information to help you get there. Its a creative, colaborative effort.
I am licensed in both DC and Maryland and work primarily within the beltway. I specializing in residential real estate and am otherwise a generalist, choosing to have no one neighborhood, price range, or specific clientele. I can don my heels and gold jewelry and work the carriage trade, or my mucklucks and sweats and climb through the window of a vacant shell. (Please, no 2nd story jobs). I've worked every corner of the city and to a lesser degree Montgomery and Prince George's Counties. I've sold beginner condos from $25,000, up to The Ritz, houses of every description, and investment properties.
I'm a member of the Greater Capitol Area Association of Realtors, where I have attended the Leadership Training Institute and served on numerous committees. Most recently, I chaired the committee which oversaw the re-write of the Regional Sales Contract currently used in DC and nearby MD, and VA. which was a three year process. Needless to say I am familiar with every clause. I currently serve on the Professional Standards Committee reviewing ethics complaints and arbitrations pertaining to commission disputes between real estate companies. I have learned a great deal about communication skills. I've been on panels discussing various Real Estate matters before the DC Bar Association. I am a Certified Residential Specialist (CRS) and aCertified Buyer Representative (CBR). I am a member of the Association of Conflit Resolution and have taken mediation training which comes in handy when negotiating offers. Finally, I take a avid interest in the stock market which keeps me aware of broader market trends and nuances.
My 37 years of experience and sence of humor is at your disposal.
Let my experience be your guide.