Virginia Horse Farms

Specializing in fine equestrian properties and estate homes in the Northern Virginia area, with referrals nationwide.

About Me

As an Equestrian Property Specialist, I concentrate on helping clients buy and sell properties that are suitable for horses. A native of Northern Virginia and a horse owner myself, I am a member of the Clifton Horse Society and a volunteer with the Fairfax County 4H horse clubs. I serve as an adult advisor on the Horse Forum, County Council, and Fair Board as well as on the horse show committee. Always comfortable around the barn, I can help you to find the horse property of your dreams or to sell your horse property for the maximum profit. My membership in Long and Foster's Executive Club is proof of how hard I work for my clients. Be sure to see my ad in the Clifton Horse Society newsletter!

 Although I specialize in equestrian properties and estate homes, I also have a special place in my heart for first time buyers. A former teacher, I enjoy educating new homebuyers about the process of purchasing a home. I can answer your questions about how to start the process and put you in contact with experts in related fields such as mortages and insurance. A free consultation, usually lasting about an hour, is standard procedure for me. There is no obligation to use me or anyone I recommend throughout the homebuying experience.

If you are ready to sell your current home, I will put together a top notch advertising and sales program to help you move on as swiftly as possible. After meeting with you and walking through your home, we will sit down and come up with a price based on a comparative market analysis of homes in your area. If repairs are needed, I can put you in touch with painters, electricians, plumbers, and handymen who have been carefully screened by Long and Foster's Home Services Connection. All you have to do is sit back and wait for the offers to roll in.

Give me a call to set up a time to talk!

cell: 703-400-1995

voicemail: 703-503-4181

email: [email protected]

fax: 703-425-1517





What not to do

If you are preparing to apply for a mortgage, please consult with a mortgage professional before making any changes to your financial situation. Paying off all your credit cards or making a payment on an old debt could actually lower your credit score!

How long will it take?

Preliminary loan approval usually takes only a few days. Your home search can take longer, but will be easier if you provide your agent with a list of "must have" and "would like" features. Once your contract is accepted, allow 30-60 days for the paperwork to be completed. If you are dealing with a short sale, the time frame could be considerably longer. Don't forget to make application for homeowner's insurance within 7 days of contract acceptance!

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