The readers of the Virginia Gazette have awarded Howard Hanna William E. Wood as the Best Real Estate Company in Williamsburg in 2015 and in 2016. We have been nominated again by our clients. In addition to this, I have been nominated as well for 2017, in the Best Real Estate Agent Category! This is such an honor in and of itself!
It is no question that we are hard working professionals that accomplish the buying and selling goals of our clients with dynamic professionalism – always going above and beyond.
The Voting will begin October 1, 2017. At that time, I will be posting a link and ask for your vote!
“Best Real Estate Agent in Williamsburg 2017” http://www.vagazette.com/vanews-the-virginia-gazette-best-of-williamsburg-2017-20170706-htmlstory.html#/gallery/74099879
Our Howard Hanna Homes of Distinction Program is without equal in the industry. An e-brochure of your property (at the request of your agent) can be uploaded directly to our award winning www.HowardHanna.com website so that anyone looking for a luxury property in your area can access them. We are the ONLY brokerage to do this….We take marketing your property to the next level.
E-Brochure of Lisburne, Circa 1810. A stunning Historic Waterfront and Equestrian Estate Property on 70+ acres – Lower Gloucester County Va off of the Severn River on Vaughan’s Creek.
Please click the link below to view my e-brochure of this exquisite Luxury Home of Distinction!http://ebrochure.howardhanna.com/app.php
Please consider casting an online vote for me, Karin Andrews, and please vote for Howard Hanna in the Best Real Estate Company, beginning October 1, 2017. Please vote also for Howard Hanna William E. Wood in The Virginia Gazette’s Best of Williamsburg 2017! http://www.vagazette.com/vanews-the-virginia-gazette-best-of-williamsburg-2017-20170706-htmlstory.html#/gallery/69401376
As a Luxury Homes of Distinctions Specialist, waterfront / estate agent and a consistent Top Producer, I am known for articulate and elegantly written copy, for breathtaking photography, for artful representation and for world class marketing materials that raise the bar. Years ago, one of my clients said to me, “Karin, most people spend a great deal of time talking about their work, but your work speaks for itself.” I have only just now, many years later, appreciated the profound message in his simple statement to me.
As a very “well connected” Individual and Realtor, I believe in the strength of personal and professional relationships. A large part of selling properties with a very small pool of buyers is networking to my sphere as well as knowing who the buyer is (from a demographic, cultural and social point of view and knowing where to find them)
Representing very unique Luxury Properties has been compared to “looking for a needle in a hay stack”. As a good challenge has always inspired me, I have become proficient at attracting those needles in the haystack through a variety of means. If you are looking for a Realtor / Broker to represent you and your Luxury or Estate Property, Why not choose someone “whose work speaks for itself”,
I can be reached anytime at 804-445-5500. I would be delighted and honored to share what my work has to say about me.
Over the years I have had the pleasure and opportunity to successfully represent buyers and sellers of iconic and breathtaking properties, throughout the Chesapeake Bay Region of Virginia and beyond by offering a higher level of service to my clients.
Included in this post are photos of some of the wonderful materials that I / we will produce for your property.
As an accomplished copywriter, I am able to not only produce visually stunning marketing materials, but I am able to effectively articulate all that your property is in writing. It would be my pleasure to meet with you to discuss your real estate goals.
I can be reached at 804-445-5500 or by email: email@example.com.Lisburne broker open invitation gates
This article is a repost of an article that ran in the Richmond Times Dispatch, following Historic Garden Week in Virginia tour this past weekend. Both of the historic homes mentioned by the article’s writer are familiar to me. One near Newtown (Walton’s Academy) belongs to my husband’s cousins who live there and the other I know well, as I have written about Heathsville, Virginia and have done a great deal of research on the area.
Homes like the ones I have listed and sold, that were built during the colonial era in Virgina (or shortly thereafter) have architectural features like center halls, English basements and more that are typical of these homes. Their brick work is often a work of art in its own right and for the most part has stood the test of time, where as a home built today will probably not fare well in 40 years and will most likely have long since disappeared in 200 years. Not so the true Historic Treasures in our midst! They are so worthy of our admiration and our stewardship.
As I specialize in the rare and unique Historic, Waterfront, Equestrian, Farm and Estate Properties throughout Virginia, please give me a call if we can assist you with your real estate needs, whether buying or selling.
We artfully, dynamically and diligently represent both buyers and sellers of these fine and distinctive properties throughout the major estate regions of Virginia…Our office is located in Williamsburg, Virginia. With that said…we do travel often.
Join us in Gloucester this weekend for the Daffodil Festival. Below are links to two articles I have written on Gloucester County, Virginia. One is of the Daffodils of Gloucester and the other is the History of Gloucester County, Virginia from Pocohontas, to the battle of the hook, to T.C.Walker to Augustine Washington thru to the present day. It is part of the Gloucester County Visitors Guide and was first published in The House and Home Magazine.
The_Daffodils_of_Gloucester from House and Home