Daryl Judy

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Daryl Judy


Byline: THE WASHINGTON TIMES

Name: Daryl Judy

Company: Tutt, Taylor & Rankin Sotheby's International Realty

Address: 1206 30th St. NW, Washington, DC 20007

Phone: 202/380-7219

Fax: 202/333-9396

E-mail: daryl.judy@sothebysrealty.com

Web site: www.kimberlyanddaryl.com

Year started: 2006

How did you get started in real estate? I worked in biotechnology sales for years. I started to purchase property and remodel it and began to fall in love with architecture and design, and so a career in real estate seemed like the perfect fit.

How long with the current company? 1 year

Licenses and designations: Real estate sales in Maryland, Virginia and the District

Associations: National Association of Realtors, Greater Capital Area Association of Realtors, Metropolitan Regional Information Systems

Greatest accomplishment in the past 12 months: Helping a friend purchase a home. It was the least expensive sale I have ever had, but working with a client to make a dream come true was an amazing experience. We had to overcome many hurdles since money was not readily available. Working closely together and with great lenders, we were able to get my friend a home to help establish his future and financial stability. Washington is a tough real estate market when you are a first-time home purchaser. Knowing that a friend is better off today than they were a year ago is very uplifting and inspiring to me.

What is your area of specialty? Northwest Washington

Highest-priced home sold: Several million dollars.

Most memorable house: I have a client who became a friend through the sales process. …

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