Vice Presidents of TTR Sotheby's International Realty, Christopher Ritzert and Christie-Anne Weiss form the Ritzert Weiss Partners, which has been named the Top Producing Team company-wide each year since 2012. They are licensed in Washington, DC, Maryland,and Virginia.
Christie-Anne Weiss is recognized as one of Washington's most accomplished residential real estate brokers. Known for her results orientation and keen negotiating skill, she is respected as a consummate professional. Her success in the luxury marketplace has produced many notable record sales-achieving value for her clients across price ranges.
Mrs. Weiss also devotes significant time to arts and education initiatives that include current board memberships at Teach For America DC Region, the Holton-Arms School, and a U.S. Director position for Shakespeare's Globe London.
Mrs. Weiss began her real estate career in 1983 after completing an MBA at Columbia University, an AB with honors at Duke University, and a CEP degree at l'Institut d'Etudes Politiques in France. She and her husband of 31 years, Jeff Weiss, have four grown children.
Languages: English, French, Spanish
A native Washingtonian, Christopher D. Ritzert began his real estate career in 1985. He is known for his discretion, commitment to clients, and outstanding relationships within the real estate community. Mr. Ritzert has consulted on numerous new home and condominium projects. In 2001, Millennium Partners of New York invited him to join the sales team for its two Residences at the Ritz-Carlton projects in the District. He subsequently became the principal broker. He and Mrs. Weiss have handled some of the most expensive residential transactions in Washington, DC, including the highest price per square foot for condominiums.
Prior to real estate, Mr. Ritzert worked in international consulting and development in a number of Francophone countries in North and West Africa where he developed resiliency, flexibility and a keen sense of adventure. Extensive travel honed Mr. Ritzert's appreciation for the importance of "home," which, along with a lifelong interest in architecture, ultimately helped inform his choice of a career in residential real estate.
Mr. Ritzert graduated with a B.A. in Political Science from Belmont Abbey College in North Carolina, and studied at the Universite d'Aix-Marseille in France