Julius and Willistine Brown, the "Brown Team"

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Julius and Willistine Brown, the "Brown Team"


Byline: THE WASHINGTON TIMES

Name: Julius and Willistine Brown, the "Brown Team"

Company: Realty Executives 2000

Address: 966 Largo Center Drive, Largo, MD 20774

Phone: 301/499-0049

Fax: 301/627-1609

E-mail: jaybrown@erols.com

Web site: www.homesdatabase.com/BrownTeam

Year started: Mr. Brown, 1994; Mrs. Brown, 1997

How did you get started in real estate? We were both researching our options for a second career upon retirement from federal government service after 34 years. With our combined experience in negotiating and dealing with people, we found real estate to be an excellent fit and also found it to be very satisfying to help others find the home of their dreams.

How long with the current company? Nine years

License: Maryland real estate sales

Associations: Maryland Association of Realtors; Prince George's County Association of Realtors; Southern Maryland Association of Realtors

Awards: Prince George's County Distinguished Sales Club

Greatest accomplishment in the past 12 months: We became a full-time team after Mrs. Brown's retirement from the federal government in December 2004.

What is your area of specialty? Residential sales in Prince George's and Charles counties

Most memorable house: There are five memorable transactions in our real estate careers. They all involved first-time home buyers. Each buyer was one of our children. We were able to use our expertise to help each of them purchase his or her own home and at the same time be very proud parents. …

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