2 Bed | 2 Full + 1 Half Bath | 1400 sqft | $575,000
426 Ritchie Parkway, Rockville, MD 20852
Listed By: Snezhana Conway
4 Bed | 3 Full Bath | 1060 sqft | $539,000
3125 18th Street NE, Washington, DC 20018
Listed By: Lise Howe
4 Bed | 3 Full + 1 Half Bath | 1224 sqft | $675,000
1716 Newton Street NW, Washington, DC 20010
Listed By: James Grant
4 Bed | 2 Full + 1 Half Bath | 1750 sqft | $995,000
70 Winding Creek Rd, Stafford, VA 22554
Listed By: Tasha Nelson
5 Bed | 4 Full + 1 Half Bath | 1620 sqft | $270,000
We are proud to announce that Keith James, an Agent Entrepreneur with KWCP Capitol Hill/Dupont, has been announced as the 2018 MD/DC Region Rookie of the Year.
Keith began his journey in real estate as an investor buying cash flow multi-family units. He developed a deeper passion for the industry and decided to become a licensed agent in order to share his knowledge and passion with others and assist people in realizing their dream of homeownership.
Since joining Keller Williams Capital Properties in February 2017, Keith has focused on taking advantage of the training that KW has to offer, locally, regionally and nationally. Through focus, determination and a strong support system of mentors, Keith has booked a YTD production of $15.6M in Closed Volume and 47 Units.
Interested in growing with us? Learn more about Keller Williams Capital Properties here.
648 Kennebec Avenue, Takoma Park, MD 20912
Listed By: Patrick Rutledge
2 Bed | 1 Full + 2 Half Bath | 1782 sqft | $400,000
232 Birchside Circle, Locust Grove, VA 22508
Listed By: The Licata Group
4 Bed | 3 Full + 1 Half Bath | 2,159 sqft | $550,000
4405 Westbrook Lane, Kensington, MD 20895
Listed By: Denise McGowan of The Greene McGowan Group
3 Bed | 4 Full + 1 Half Baths | 1,397 sqft | $897,000
4124 Monument Court Unit #304, Fairfax, VA 22033
Listed By: Maureen Almaleki
2 Bed | 2 Full Baths | 1,418 sqft | $315,000
5505 1st Street NE, Washington, DC 20011
Listed By: Kerwin Davis
4 Bed | 3 Full + 1 Half Bath | 1,800 sqft | $899,000
Washington, DC – Today Keller Williams Capital Properties (KWCP) announces the appointment of Harrison Beacher to the role of Vice President of Next Gen. In this role, Harrison will spearhead the organization’s ongoing commitment to be the brokerage of choice for the next generation of leadership talent in the real estate industry.
Beacher will drive the Next Gen engagement and attraction of aspiring industry leaders who are committed to personal growth, professional development, and positive social impact.
“Appointing Harrison to this role is further evidence of KWCP’s commitment to evolving the organization and to laying a solid foundation for sustainable future growth fueled by collaborative, energetic and dynamic individuals,” said KWCP COO Dontae Carroll. “We’re proud of what Harrison has already accomplished in the industry and are excited for what he will do with the Next Gen initiative.”
An Agent Entrepreneur with KWCP since 2015, Harrison Beacher was recognized by the National Association of Realtors® as a 30 Under 30 standout agent, and currently serves as a NAR Participation Representative on the Realtor Political Action Council (RPAC), and as a YPN Advisory Board Member.
“I’m excited for this opportunity and see this commitment by KWCP to offer a roadmap for success to Next Gen agents as a real game changer,” offered Beacher. “This platform is possible because KWCP leadership has consistently demonstrated what makes true leaders in the real estate industry and recognizes the need for an initiative like this.”
Are you committed to reaching your goals and being successful next year?
There tend to be three different groups of goal-setters based on where they are in their real estate career. There is the new agent, the established solo agent, and then teams. Each group has a unique set of influencing factors which impact their planning. Regardless of which group you fall into, the first essential step in business planning is getting a grip on what your current reality is and coming face-to-face with it. Without this, the goals you set can be very pie in the sky and not necessarily reflective of reality.
So ask yourself (and be honest): What did last year really look like, and what are you capable of achieving next year?
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Adrienne Rammohan has been named to the Bethesda/Chevy Chase leadership team as Market Center Administrator. Most recently, Adrienne served as the Bethesda Assistant Team Leader, and is transitioning into the MCA position to continue the growth of the Market Center to capture more market share and success in Montgomery County.
An Ohio native, Adrienne began her career in Real Estate when she was just 12 years old, working in her father’s office where he owned a mortgage brokerage and construction company. With a diverse background working for the family business, serving as a legal secretary at a law firm, and running customer service teams with Wells Fargo Advisors, Adrienne was eager to get back into Real Estate. She joined Keller Williams as a technology trainer and eventually became the Director of Agent Services in St. Louis. Adrienne advanced her career by moving to DC area where she found KWCP and the rest was history!
“I chose KWCP because I truly believe that we are at the forefront of what the Keller Williams brokerage model will look like in the future. The opportunities of growth, innovation, and rapid implementation that our organization provides in the exact reason I’m so excited about the future of the Bethesda Market Center” said Adrienne. “Our most important job is to enhance the Agent Entrepreneur experience by providing them with the tools, technology, and guidance to help grow their individual business.”
In her day-to-day role, Adrienne will be focus on operational standards for office, enhancing it as a destination for educational offerings and technology and productivity resources with the highest levels of service so agents can focus on their clients and their growth.
In her free time, Adrienne loves exploring museums and parks with her husband Jayan, and their two sons, Naveen (4) and Sunil (7 months).
Today we are excited to share the news that Marriah Unruh, Team Leader and Agent Entrepreneur of KW Capital Properties Stafford, has been elected to the Northern Virginia Association of Realtors 2019 Board of Directors. Announced at the NVAR Convention and Tradeshow on Monday, October 9th, Marriah will assume her position on the Board of Directors and receive her committee assignment in December.
Marriah, an award-winning real estate professional with over 17 years of experience in the industry, said “I’m most excited to meet more members of the NVAR community and to give them a platform, through me, to let their voices be heard.”
Marriah is one of six real estate professionals to be elected to the Board of Directors by her peers through a web voting campaign. “The overwhelming support from KWCP and KW means the world to me and is a perfect example of why I’m with Keller Williams Capital Properties.”
Stay tuned for more information on Marriah’s Committee appointment in December.
The Initiative for a Competitive Inner City (ICIC) announced that Keller Williams Capital Properties has made the 2018 Inner City 100 list of the fastest-growing inner city businesses in America, based on revenue growth. ICIC, a 25-year-old national nonprofit founded by Harvard Business School professor Michael E. Porter, promotes economic prosperity in America’s inner cities through private sector investment that leads to jobs, income and wealth creation for local residents.
The list was revealed at the 20th Annual Inner City 100 Conference and Awards in Boston October 1-2. The full list is available on Fortune’s website. Keller Williams Capital Properties, led by CEO Bo Menkiti and COO Dontae Carroll was ranked #92 based on its growth rate from 2013 to 2017 of 68.33% and 2017 revenue of $64,811,875.
2018 marked the 5th appearance on the prestigious list for KWCP, placing our brokerage into the ICIC fastest-growing companies Hall of Fame. The Menkiti Group was also ranked for a record 5th appearance, this year at #93, which places the company into the Hall of Fame as well.
Said ICIC CEO Steve Grossman, “Inner City 100 companies are forces of economic opportunity, optimism and transformation in their communities. They lead the way in innovation, job creation and economic revitalization and it’s an honor to shine the spotlight on their leadership and accomplishments. In addition to excellence in business, these pioneering entrepreneurs have demonstrated a deep commitment to and passion for their communities, which significantly impact the wellbeing of their local economies”.
Now celebrating its 20th year, ICIC’s Inner City 100 list has long celebrated urban entrepreneurship. Since its inception, ICIC’s list has recognized 975 companies, which have seen average growth rates of more than 400 percent during a five-year period and have collectively created more than 126,000 meaningful jobs in America’s distressed and underserved communities and neighborhoods. The Inner City 100 program opens doors for other budding urban entrepreneurs and stimulates inner city business development and job creation through recognition, networking and learning.
“These businesses and their owners are a testament to the impact innovation and entrepreneurship have had in rejuvenating urban areas across the U.S. Companies such as (COMPANY NAME) are experiencing revenue growth and increased investment, which are in turn creating more jobs and economic opportunity for citizens in the communities where these companies call home” said ICIC President and COO, Matt Camp.
2018 Inner City 100 by the numbers:
- Average growth rate of 436 percent between 2013 and 2017
- Represent 46 cities in 23 states
- Employed 10,085 individuals in 2017
- Created 5,516 new jobs in the last five years
- On average, 36 percent of employees live in same neighborhood as the company.
- Average company age is 15 years
- Average 2016 revenue is $14.8 million
- 31 percent are women-led
- 38 percent are minority-led
- Represent 26 industries
CEOs from the winning companies were invited to the Inner City 100 Conference and Awards, two days of robust networking opportunities and educational sessions led by Fortune 500 executives and academics from top-tier universities, including Harvard Business School. Past winners have reported connecting with multi-million dollar investors as a result of appearing on the Inner City 100 list and attending the Conference.
Initiative for a Competitive Inner City (ICIC)
ICIC is a national nonprofit founded by Harvard Business School professor Michael E. Porter. ICIC’s mission is to promote economic prosperity in America’s inner cities through private sector investment that leads to jobs, income and wealth creation for local residents. Through its research on inner city economies, ICIC provides businesses, governments and investors with the most comprehensive and actionable information in the field about urban market opportunities. The organization supports urban businesses through the Inner City 100, Inner City Capital Connections, Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program, and Santander Bank’s Cultivate Small Business program. Learn more at www.icic.org or @icicorg.
Today we are pleased to announce that Joe Martin has been named to the Washington, DC Keller Williams Capital Properties leadership team as the Team Leader at the Capitol Hill Market Center.
Joe joins fellow Team Leaders Mary Garner DeVoe in Dupont Circle, and Caitlin Martinez in Tenleytown to continue to grow our presence in the DC marketplace.
Joe began his career with KWCP six and a half years ago as the MCA of Capitol Hill | Dupont Circle before assuming his current brokerage-wide leadership role. Over the years, Joe has been directly involved in the launch of three new Market Centers and has led dozens of team members to achieve professional development success. This experience has helped him better understand how to foster the development of talent, and how to help the Market Centers meet the needs of KWCP Agent Entrepreneurs.
“I love the agent family that we have at Keller Williams Capital Properties, and my excitement comes from the opportunity to take on the dynamic role that inspires, leads, and develops our agents to be the best in the industry,” offered Joe. “This next stage for me is about delivering impact that transforms lives. I wouldn’t be who I am today without the platform of KWCP.”
In his day-to-day role, Joe will be focusing on improving Market Center operations, productivity, educational offerings, and technology resources. He will also work to attract and recruit more top producing agents and teams.
Originally from South Florida, Joe moved to Washington, DC to attend Catholic University where he started all four years on the CUA Football Team. He was named Captain his senior year, graduated at the top of his finance class, and was presented with the Wall Street Journal Award by the CUA Business Department for outstanding achievement. In his free time, Joe enjoys remodeling his Arlington condo, fishing, playing golf, or hitting the gym and spending time with his family, including his 110lb Rottweiler, Diesel.
Give Joe a shoutout or update his information to your address book: email@example.com, 202.243.7840
We’re pleased to share a big welcome to the new Team Leader of Keller Williams Capital Properties Rockville, Maryland Market Center – Jessica Olevsky – she officially starts her new role Monday, Sept. 17.
With more than 30 years of entrepreneurial know-how and real estate business acumen Jessica is well positioned for a larger, pivotal Team Leader role. Most recently Jessica has been working as an agent from KWCP Bethesda-Chevy Chase.
“After a few years of struggling with systems on a large volume team, I found the answers to my questions in MREA,” describes Jessica. “I knew the culture was right for me after Family Reunion 2017, and I signed my paperwork with Tim while still in Las Vegas! I firmly believe that our industry is only as strong as we work to make it – sharing our Culture, our Mission, and our Vision with others is how we will grow to be #1 in Montgomery County.”
In her new role, Jessica is excited to lead KWCP growth in MoCo by bringing her energy and vision to the Market Center and by working with the ALC to recruit top producers. She wants to establish KWCP Rockville as the destination for experienced agents to grow their businesses through KW tools and systems.
Born into a family of real estate professionals, Jessica began her career in commercial real estate in 1985, then launched a successful lighting and design company in Colorado before returning to the DC area in 2012. Licensed in Maryland, DC, and Virginia, she is certified in seller and buyer representation, real estate negotiation, land and farm, military relocation, home staging, property marketing and most importantly, market analytics.
Of special note, while as an Agent Entrepreneur with KWCP Bethesda Jessica was named a 2018 KW Cultural Ambassador at Mega Camp and shared that “Representing KWCP and our region was an amazing opportunity to see how agents across the world truly demonstrate our KW Culture, and our inclusiveness for every person to reach their potential through our collaborative and learning-based environment.”
Jessica balances family time with her five children (one is a Realtor®!) with an array of hobbies that include reading historical novels and biographies, wine collecting, cooking, organic gardening, and raising honey bees, as well as volunteering with GCAAR, and her synagogue, with her HOA, Hadassah, and the Interfaith Partnership for the Chesapeake. Whew!
Please join us in welcoming her to her new role by sending Jessica a note, and update or add her information to your contacts lists: firstname.lastname@example.org, 301.251.1221.
Today we are pleased to announce the official placement of Angela Sherrill as the Team Leader for the Springfield Market Center, one of Northern Virginia’s most productive real estate offices.
With nearly 25 years of real estate experience to share, and a commitment to the KW systems and models, Angela Sherrill is excited to be in the Team Leader role with a keen eye on helping Springfield agents to build bigger businesses and to assist them to better serve their clients. Most recently she has led KWCP Springfield as the Interim Team Leader since fall 2017.
“I really enjoy assisting people to find more ways to grow through real estate. What we do is directly tied to people’s hopes and dreams,” said Sherrill. “When I started out as an agent, I quickly realized that I was really passionate about this business, especially when it came to help make homeownership a reality for my clients. To be in this role means I will get to help more agents transform others’ lives through real estate.”
Angela began her career in Northern Virginia with Weichert Realtors, then spent time at Long & Foster, finally joining Keller Williams about six years ago. She immediately immersed into the systems, education, training, and tools to build her big business. Her experience includes having lead a small team ($18-22M), giving her a well-rounded perspective to best assist agents. When the opportunity arose to help start a new Market Center in Springfield in early 2015, she was on board.
In her day-to-day role with KWCP, Angela’s key objectives will be working with agents to focus on growing their existing businesses, to increasing the number of agents in the Market Center, to take the #1 position in the Springfield market.
When she’s not leading the market center, Angela is dedicated spending time with her family, and to directing B.L.A.S.T. (Bringing Learning And Sports Together) a non-profit organization that she founded with a mission to assist young women enter and fund college through athletics. The organization provides a vehicle to education, and in many cases, offers participants the realization that a dream of a higher education is not as far away as they once thought.
Angela will say her biggest and proudest accomplishment is being the mother of 10 children, and can attest to finding the balance of family and business through the KW models and systems – which allow her to be present – and everything else is a distant second.
Addition of Carroll as a senior level executive enhances the 1,000 agents strong brokerage for continued growth and expansion across greater Washington, DC metropolitan region.
Washington, DC – Keller Williams Capital Properties, a top 100 residential real estate brokerage in the U.S., and a top 15 Keller Williams Realty International franchise, announced today that Dontae Carroll will become the new Chief Operating Officer for its eight regional offices throughout DC, Maryland, and Virginia.
“We are very fortunate to have connected with Dontae, who is known in our industry to be a highly regarded senior leader, with extensive operational insight in some of the leading brokerages across the country. The addition of Dontae to our team will strengthen our ability to help our 1,000 Agent Entrepreneurs build and grow their businesses,” said KW Capital Properties CEO and Co-Founder Bo Menkiti.
Brandon Green, Co-Founder and Principal Broker added, “With this move, we are excited to advance the attraction and growth of more top agents, as we continue to capture more market share in the region and lead the way for real estate professionals.”
“The Keller Williams model has always fascinated me and seeing how Keller Williams Capital Properties is an industry leading company, I knew this would be a good fit with tremendous opportunity,” commented Carroll. “I’m really eager to learn all I can about the company that Bo Menkiti and Brandon Green have built and led over the last 14 years so that I can leverage the many assets of the organization to help take it to new heights,” he added.
Most recently Dontae Carroll was a senior executive and regional manager at Long & Foster Real Estate, where he oversaw 19 offices and realized success in managing and leading service teams. Prior to starting with Long & Foster in 2011, Carroll held similar roles for large real estate organizations such as Century 21 and RE/MAX. Carroll began his real estate career in 2000 and later became a Certified Brokerage Real Estate Manager, coming to the role at KWCP with over 18 years of experience in the real estate industry.
Prior to joining Long & Foster, Carroll worked with Century 21 in a number of positions, including regional director for brokerage services in eastern Pennsylvania and Maryland, general manager for a highly productive firm in Southern Maryland, and as Mid-Atlantic vice president of business development. He also worked at RE/MAX as a management consultant for the eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware brokerages. Carroll specializes in coaching, business planning, business development, strategic planning, and sales operations.Carroll received his bachelor’s degree in marketing from Loyola University in Maryland in 1996 and is a licensed realtor in Maryland, where he’s been a lifelong resident. He and his wife have two children.
For more information about Keller Williams Capital Properties, or for growth opportunities with KWCP, contact Dontae Carroll at 202.733.5474, email@example.com, or visit KWCapitalProperties.com