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Top Washington Gay & Lesbian Real Estate Agents

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Pinky - Lesbian Real Estate Agent - Washington, DC

University of Texas and Gallaudet University alumni, lives in Washington with my partner and our newborn son, Argenys as of May 09, 2017. Also licensed in Maryland and working toward Virginia. Loves to socialize, drink wine, parties with themes, ...


Allen - Gay Real Estate Agent - Washington, DC

With over a decade of experience in the real estate industry, Allen is an accomplished and award-winning professional who will guide you, step by step, through the complexities of listing or purchasing your next investment in real estate in the metro...


Hub - Gay Real Estate Agent - Washington, DC

I'm here to provide you with all the resources and information you need to buy or sell real estate in Washington D.C., Arlington, VA, Silver Spring, MD, Bethesda, MD, Alexandria, VA and the surrounding areas.I have had extensive training in the l...


Cameron - Gay Friendly Real Estate Agent - Washington, DC

With more than 14 years of successful deals in the real estate industry, Cameron is a major player in the Washington, D.C. residential market. Having sold over $100 million worth of property both locally and nationally, he knows as a top broker that ...


Dustin - Gay Real Estate Agent - Washington, DC

Top 5 Reasons to BUY with Dustin:
1. CERTIFIED NEGOTIATION EXPERT - Will go above & beyond to represent your best interests & get you the best deal possible. Assertive in my representation of buyers, I will go out of my way find & negotiate the cont...


David - Gay Real Estate Agent - Washington, DC

Location! Location! Location! Sure, buying or selling a home is about location but it’s about many other things too. Washington is an exciting and complex marketplace. I work with clients to identify properties that offer the perfect mix of pri...


W. Orlando - Gay Real Estate Agent - Washington, DC

About OrlandoThe old adage that “home is where the heart is” resonates for Orlando, and therefore he understands how important real estate decisions can be. His goal is to ensure that clients feel confident and excited about their choices in...


Evan - Gay Real Estate Agent - Washington, DC

When was the last time you met someone who absolutely loves their career and is excited to do it every day? It does not happen often but that is exactly how Evan wakes up each and every day. The glass is never half empty or even half full, the glass ...


Mark - Gay Real Estate Agent - Washington, DC

Born in Miami, Florida, Mark relocated to the DC metro region at the age of 8. He was raised by a hard-working waitress and a officer in the Army’s Paratroopers. His father served in WWII. Mark attended the University of Mary Washington and later b...


Jeff - Gay Real Estate Agent - Washington, DC

Specializing in Homes Near Metro in Montgomery County MD and NW DCFirst-Time-Buyers, Move-Up Sellers, Relocations No pressure, friendly, helpful, experienced.Clients say it best: "Jeff is absolutely great to work with - patient, unde...


Don - Gay Real Estate Agent - Washington, DC

Don has lived in Northern Virginia nearly all his life. As a career REALTOR® serving this region, he is intimately familiar with the neighborhoods and communities both inside and outside the Beltway. He stays tightly focused on serving the goals of ...


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