Nancy Lee’s rich experience in real estate began in 1976 in Southern California, just prior to her relocation to southern Texas with her husband Dale, who was recruited to work for the U.S. Department of Agriculture for entomological research. There, Nancy Lee became a Century 21 Realtor. Nearly 40 years later, Nancy Lee is still passionate about real estate and her family.
From a very early age, real estate was in Mark’s blood. His mother and grandfather passed down a love of the profession, inspiring him to become a third-generation Real Estate Broker. One of six children and a resident of the DC Metro area for most of his life, Mark is proud of his local roots. He is consistently ranked among the top 1% of realtors in the nation in annual sales volume.
A third-generation realtor, Kimberly Meyerdirk Schoeberlein has been immersed in the profession from an early age. She was inspired by her mother and grandfather, who were both licensed and life-long real estate agents. Even as a teenager, Kimberly worked in several Century 21 departments: relocation, property management, commercial and residential sales.
A third-generation Realtor, Joyce inherited a passion for properties from her mother and grandfather. After graduating from Towson University with a degree in psychology, Joyce combined her love of real estate with her knowledge of human nature, acting as a guide for clients when they navigate stressful situations while buying and selling their homes.
Born and raised in Schenectady, New York, headquarters of General Electric and American Locomotive, licensed real estate agent Ed Lichorat now makes his home in Washington DC. He has a bachelor’s degree in Sociology from the College of Saint Rose and an MBA from John’s Hopkins University.