Since 2002, Debbie has been actively working with buyers and sellers of real estate throughout the metropolitan DC market. Her expertise in understanding and matching client needs clearly speaks for itself. She has sold over $250 million and has had the pleasure of working with clients as they move up and move on with life's changes. Debbie 's background is a great fit for interpreting clients' needs and getting to the point of the transaction without wasting their valuable time. Through her successful career in technology sales with world class companies such as Dictaphone, Harris Corporation and Cisco Systems, Debbie learned the valuable skills of carefully listening, understanding needs and implementing efficiently for the client. These important skills launched her into real estate where she " hit the ground running" and soon became a leader In her field. She was recruited to TTR Sotheby's International Realty in 2008 and has become one of the top producers in the company. Debbie was promoted to Vice President of the firm in 2010 after successfully demonstrating extraordinary knowledge of the market and continuously providing excellent customer care. As a steward of the fine Sotheby's International Realty tradition, Debbie continues to demonstrate integrity and thoughtfulness in her transactions. She has fine-tuned her negotiating and listening skills allowing her to achieve exemplary results for clients who always have high expectations. Debbie not only sells real estate, but she and her husband have elegantly renovated several properties in the Washington, DC area including a historic property in Old Town, Alexandria. Along with her many interests, Debbie enjoys ballroom dancing and shares her husband's love of cars. To serve the community in which she sells real estate, Debbie is an active participant in the Sharon McGowan Breast Health Foundation which supports breast health care for undeserved women.Debbie lives in McLean, Virginia, representing buyers and sellers of distinctive properties throughout northern Virginia and Washington, DC.