Washington Fine Properties Makes Washington Life’s Power 100 List
Posted by Lauren Hakim — May 2, 2013
THE POWER 100: WASHINGTON'S MOST INFLUENTIAL
“The team at Washington Fine Properties is already on its way to meeting last year's whopping $1.55 billion sales volume with the sales of iconic Laird-Dunlop Coach House in Georgetown, the Ballantrae Farm Estate in McLean, and a District home that once belonged to the mother of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis which sold for $8.6 million. As one of the leading luxury real estate firms in the Capital area, WFP was awarded the "Highest Average Sales Price per Transaction" award in both 2012 and 2011 by Real Trends, the real estate ranking organization. WFP also holds the distinction of having participated in over 50 percent of capital area transactions involving homes valued at $5 million plus, with the average sales price for the firm exceeding $1.3 million, that being the highest in the nation. WFP had more agents recognized by the Wall Street Journal this year, including Mark McFadden, Nancy Taylor Bubes, Margot Wilson, Marsha Schuman, W. Ted Gossett, Ellen Morrell, Matthew McCormick, William F. X. Moody and Robert Hryniewicki.”
Article Source: Washington Life, May 2013 Issue.