David is a skilled listing agent who helps his sellers understand how to use the current market conditions to generate the best price in the shortest amount of time.

With buyers, he uses a consultative approach to fully understand what his clients are looking for and matches that with the best properties for sale. David’s clients have consistently raved about his responsiveness, market knowledge, friendly approach, and fierce advocacy on their behalf.

David works with all kinds of clients, from first-time buyers and sellers to seasoned investors, with a special focus on livable neighborhoods and empty nesters.

Before he began his career in real estate, David worked at AARP for 13 years, where he led national efforts to promote livable communities, including walkable neighborhoods, accessible housing, access to transportation options, smart growth, and mixed-use development.

He is a Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist (CAPS), an Accredited New Urbanist from the School of Architecture at the University of Miami, and a member of The Congress for New Urbanism (CNU).

David holds the Seniors Real Estate Specialist (SRES) designation and has completed graduate course work in real estate as a Graduate, Realtor Institute (GRI).

David has a dual degrees from Virginia Tech in Finance and Management Science.

He has also been quoted in numerous publications including Washingtonian magazine, The Washington Post and Amtrak’s Arrive magazine; and has been seen on NBC news.

David has been honored by the Wall Street Journal Real Trends as being in the top 1.5% of all real estate agents nationwide. He has been recognized as one of the Top 50 Agents in Washington by DC Modern Luxury magazine, and one of the 100 Best Agents as well as a Top Agent by Washingtonian magazine. David has also been awarded the Five Star Agent recognition as well as the GCAAR Gold award, DC Metro Real Producers Top 500 and America’s Top 100 Agent representing the top 1% of agents nationwide.

David takes his love of the city and its surrounding neighborhoods beyond buying and selling—since moving to D.C. in 1998, he has lived in Shaw; Logan Circle; U St.; Woodley Park; Old Town, Alexandria; and Del Ray. He and his partner currently own a home in DC’s Bloomingdale neighborhood. David is hooked on real estate shows and blogs, but he isn’t always thinking about home. An avid traveler, David has visited all seven continents including, most recently, Antarctica.

David is licensed to sell real estate in the District of Columbia (DC), Virginia (VA) and Maryland (MD).  He is based out of DC’s Logan Circle neighborhood and sells throughout Washington, DC and the close-in suburbs of Virginia and Maryland.