Accessibility Confusion

May 13, 2021
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When preparing to teach a DC Fair Housing class at my local Real Estate Association, I came across some interesting facts. Did you know? Although there are 7 federal fair housing protected classes (race, color, religion, familial status, disability, national origin and sex), according to the National Fair Housing Alliance 58.9% of the Fair Housing […]

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How you can help…

May 11, 2020
How You Can Help

Sheltering at home can be lonely and boring, or exciting and rewarding, depending on how you use this time. There are also many people who are on the frontlines of the pandemic and aren’t getting the opportunity to use their time as they choose. Many of the people I’ve spoken with really want to help, […]

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Thank you for book donations!

June 5, 2019
Children's Books

“The single most significant factor influencing a child’s early educational success is an introduction to books and being read to prior to beginning school.” – National Commission on Reading Throughout April and May, my KW Office collected gently used children’s books and young adult books for C.L.A.P (Childhood Literacy Adds Potential), an organization that collects […]

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How to Downsize Your Home as a Senior

September 24, 2018

Sometimes, the family home we loved during our younger adult years is not what we need as we age. For various reasons, we may decide to downsize. If you’ve chosen to spend your retirement in a smaller home, here is how you can make that transition as smooth as possible.

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It’s Official – We’ve Launched

October 21, 2017

There’s a new real estate office in Upper Northwest DC. Keller Williams Capital Properties officially launched their latest Market Center in Tenleytown.

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