Koki Adasi-Efuya (Long & Foster)

8701 Georgia Avenue #100

Silver Spring , MD 20910


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Licensed in Maryland, D.C., & Virginia

Get to know Koki Adasi-Efuya

Realtor, Washington D.C Metro Area- Koki Adasi-Efuya Serving Maryland, D.C, and Virginia

Koki Adasi-Efuya is a motivated and dedicated real estate agent who places customer satisfaction as his number one priority. Koki will give you the professional guidance to help you make excellent real estate decisions.  Koki will provide you with one stop shopping by having partners in mortgage, title insurance and service providers. Koki looks forward to helping you with all your real estate needs.

One June 2, 2008- Koki was selected by REALTOR Magazine as one of the thirty most talented, up-and-coming realtors in the U.S. This year's "30 Under 30" honorees outshone their competitors from a pool of 400 applicants. Selection criteria for the annual award include business success, professional leadership, and community involvement.

Adasi-Efuya's award comes only three years into his real estate career after a year of significant professional achievement and community service. In 2007, Adasi-Efuya logged $6.3 million in sales, selling every house he placed on the market. He also began serving on the YMCA Youth & Family Services Board of Directors and continued his tenure on the Community Service Committee for the Greater Capital Area Association of Realtors where he's served for the past two years. His other volunteer activities include coaching the Junior Varsity basketball team at The Bullis School, volunteering with autistic children at The Forbush School at Oakmont, speaking to at-risk high school students and preparing food at DC Central Kitchen.

Since the beginning of this year, Adasi-Efuya has maintained those volunteer activities and expanded his commitment to community service. In January, he co-founded the Germantown-based Kare-A-Lot Foundation (www.showukare.com) with which he aims to raise money and social compassion by selling "Show U Kare" t-shirts. He and his business partner have pledged to personally donate $250,000 this year to Montgomery County charities from t-shirt sales and related fundraising.

Adasi-Efuya became a realtor after working in accounting at Bethesda's Seawright Homes (a subsidiary of Clark Construction) and realizing he preferred a more people-oriented job.

"What I love about selling real estate is interacting with my clients. The relationships I've built are phenomenal. It isn't work. I don't think of myself as a salesperson, but as a consultant who is helping my clients make one of the biggest decisions of their lives," Adasi-Efuya said.

Adasi-Efuya was one of only two African-Americans selected for 2008's "30 Under 30."


Professional Organizations

Licensed in MD, DC and VA National Association of Realtors (NAR) Maryland Association of Realtors (MAR) Greater Capital Area Association of Realtors (GCAAR) Metropolitan Regional Information System (MRIS) GCAAR Community Service Committee


Awards & Experience

National award winner of the prestigious "30 Under 30 Award" Greater Capital Area Association of Realtors Top Producer Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc. Top Producer Multimillion Dollar Sales Associate Executive Club Member Over a decade of sales experience Featured on CNN- The Situation Room Featured on HGTV- House Hunters


Volunteer Work

Mentor for YMCA Youth and Family Services Board Member for YMCA Youth & Family Services Volunteer at the Oakmont School for Autism Rebuilding Together Assistant JV Basketball coach at The Bullis School


Personal InformationKoki is a lifelong resident of the DC metropolitan area. In his spare time he enjoys reading, meditating, doing various community service projects, and playing basketball. Koki received his B.S. in Business from Mount St. Mary's University.

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Washington D.C. - All areas

Maryland

Aberdeen Adelphi Arbutus Arnold Aspen Hill Ballenger Creek Bel Air Bel Air North Bel Air South Beltsville Bethesda Bowie Brooklyn Park Calverton Camp Springs Carney Catonsville Chesapeake Ranch Estates-Drum Point Chevy Chase Chillum Clinton Cockeysville Colesville College Park Columbia Coral Hills Crofton Damascus Dundalk East Riverdale Edgewood Eldersburg Elkridge Ellicott City Essex Fairland Ferndale Forestville Fort Washington Friendly Gaithersburg Germantown, Anne Arundel County Germantown, Montgomery County Glen Burnie Glenn Dale Greater Landover Greater Upper Marlboro Greenbelt Green Haven Halfway Havre de Grace Hillcrest Heights Hyattsville Joppatowne Kettering Lake Shore Langley Park Lansdowne-Baltimore Highlands Lanham-Seabrook Laurel Lexington Park Lochearn Lutherville-Timonium Mays Chapel Middle River Milford Mill Montgomery Village New Carrollton North Bethesda North Laurel North Potomac Odenton Olney Overlea Owings Mills Oxon Hill-Glassmanor Parkville Parole Pasadena Perry Hall Pikesville Potomac Randallstown Redland Reisterstown Riviera Beach Rockville Rosaryville Rosedale Rossville Savage-Guilford Severn Severna Park Silver Spring South Laurel South Gate Suitland-Silver Hill Takoma Park Towson Waldorf Walker Mill Westminster Wheaton-Glenmont White Oak Woodlawn, Baltimore County

 Virginia

Annandale Bailey's Crossroads Bull Run Burke Centreville Chantilly (Major airport: Washington Dulles International Airport) Culpeper Dale City Fairfax Falls Church Fort Hunt Franconia Fredericksburg (Acts as a central city) Groveton Herndon Hybla Valley Idylwood Jefferson Lake Ridge Leesburg Lincolnia Lorton Manassas Manassas Park McLean Merrifield Montclair Mount Vernon Newington Oakton Reston Rose Hill Springfield Tysons Corner Vienna West Springfield Wolf Trap Woodbridge