An outstanding agent with more than twenty five years of experience, Susan has focused on the sale of "upper bracket" properties, quickly becoming one of Washington's most successful real estate agents. With sales in excess of $300 million dollars, Susan has garnered annual recognition by the Washington, DC Association of Realtors, including its award for having the largest sales volume city-wide.
Susan has worked with an elite client base, including foreign Governments, cabinet officers, senators and highly placed officials in international organizations such as the World Bank, as well as an array of prominent Washington professionals. Fluency in German and Spanish has proved to be a great asset in serving Washington's international community.
Susan's real estate expertise and success may be attributed to her academic, professional and business background. A PhD in Psychology led to teaching at the American University, as well as a Vice Presidency at the prestigious Eugene and Agnes E. Meyer Foundation. Her business experience has included responsibility for residential construction and renovation of luxury properties, as well as founding Susanne Safer Associates, Ltd., an Interior Design firm.
The purchase or sale of a property is a complex transaction with both business and emotional components. Susan's training in psychology makes her singularly responsive to her clients' needs. And her business experience enables her to address questions of construction, renovation and design in a creative and cost-effective manner.
Moreover, her trained eye enables her to help buyers by pointing out the potential of any given house, and help sellers "stage" their property in order to maximize return. And, having experienced first-hand how a person's house fundamentally affects every aspect of life, Susan is dedicated to helping her clients make housing choices most beneficial to them.
A passionate traveler, Susan has visited each of the five continents. Her experiences range from floating on a houseboat in the Vale of Kashmir, to visiting a Men's Spirit House in Papua New Guinea, to luxuriating in a suite at London's Connaught Hotel.