Fulcrum Properties Group, a nationally-ranked team of real estate specialists, is expanding to Arlington and is inviting YOU to their expansion party!
Fulcrum Properties Group, an affiliate of Keller Williams, has been helping clients buy and sell homes in the Washington, D.C. area since 2012. The team was named one of Washingtonian Magazine’s Best of Real Estate Platinum Teams in 2015 and 2016, is a Keller Williams Brokerage Quadruple Platinum Award Recipient.
Fulcrum’s expansion into the Arlington office of Keller Williams Realty Metro Center will be lead by Maria Fernandez, an Arlington resident and named among Washingtonian Magazine’s Top Real Estate Agents in 2016.
Trained in education at Kent State University and Johns Hopkins University, Maria began her career as an educator. Maria brings the communication, listening, and educational skills of a teacher to each client interaction, ensuring that her clients are well-informed participants in making critical decisions.
Maria has lived and worked in the Washington, D.C. area for more than a decade, and currently resides in Arlington. She enjoys exploring new and undiscovered local restaurants, as well as hiking and running along the area’s extensive network of trails.
What sets Fulcrum Properties Group apart is that in addition to getting Maria’s expertise in the Virginia market, you get Fulcrum’s network of knowledge and experience, as well as a team of specialists focusing on the listing, transaction, and marketing processes.
Join Maria and her team tonight, September 22, at Rustico on Wilson Blvd to learn more about Fulcrum Properties Group and how they can serve your real estate needs.
What: Fulcrum Properties Group Expansion Celebration
When: Thursday, September 22 from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Where: Rustico Restaurant and Bar, 4075 Wilson Boulevard
The preceding post was written and sponsored by Fulcrum Properties Group.
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