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DC Living: A Relationship Firm
For 18 years, DC Living® has offered award-winning sales in DC, Virginia and Maryland. While many independent real estate firms have merged with larger conglomerates, the DC Living® firm has kept its successful independence through personalized service to its valued clients.
“We take good care of our clients with a long-term vision, and a trusting relationship develops. As a result, buyers and sellers come back to us and recommend us to family and friends,” says Managing Partner Debbie Singleton.
Despite its boutique size, DC Living® Partners have consistently been in the Top 1% of all Realtors for successful annual sales and annually ranked “Best” by Washingtonian magazine in the DC Metro area.
“We always wanted our firm to be a model of efficiency in order to take better care of our busy professional clients,” says Managing Partner/Principal Broker P. L. Skip Singleton, Jr., Esq. “Ours is a teamwork approach through improved communications, strategic advice, counseling and guidance in looking out for our clients' best interests – not just for the transaction but also long-term.”
“Our firm’s business model is designed for efficient and effective service, which allows us more time and energy to deliver a higher level of client-first service,” says Partner Jason Skipworth. “Our success has come from our clients' successes, and the repeats and referrals that have flowed from their positive experiences.”
Partners of the firm include Skip Singleton, Debbie Singleton, and Jason Skipworth who bring years of expertise to the dynamic boutique firm.
About the Partners
The Partners of the firm share in the leadership, strategic planning, and decision-making on all matters that impact the firm.
P.L. Skip Singleton, Jr., Esq.
Managing Partner/Principal Broker
Skip and and his wife Debbie are one of the DC area’s most successful real estate sales teams – ranked in the “Top 1% of all DC area REALTORS” for successful sales each of the past 18 years
Skip was previously an attorney at a prominent law firm, and was a law clerk for the Chief Judge of the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. With his strong legal skills, knowledge and background, Skip serves his real estate clients at the highest level rarely seen in residential real estate.
Debbie has been a consistent top selling professional in the greater Washington, DC area for over 20 years. For the past 18 years, she has teamed with her husband Skip where they are ranked in the “Top 1% of all DC Area REALTORS” for successful sales each year.
Debbie is energetic and dynamic: she enjoys health and fitness, and is a supporter of animal rescue. In addition to her current successful real estate career, she enjoyed a successful past career as owner of Debbie’s Famous Granola – an award-winning international specialty food company. Her energy and diverse sales and business experience are unique skills she brings to better serve her real estate clients at the highest level.
Jason has over 20 years of experience in the real estate industry. He was born and raised in Florence, Alabama, and graduated from the University of Alabama with a Bachelor’s of Science in Finance with a concentration in Real Estate. After college, Jason held several positions with some of the nation’s leading Real Estate Investment Trusts in Birmingham, Alabama; Denver, Colorado; and Washington DC.
Jason’s experience in Financial & Operational Management is the foundation that provides his clients with attention to detail in every real estate transaction. His personal and caring approach are evident through his desire to make every real estate transaction smooth and stress-free.
DC Living® also prioritizes giving back to the community by founding the DC Design House to benefit Children’s National; and supporting Bread for the City, City Dogs Rescue, Alzheimer’s Association, Palisades Village, Mango’s Freedom Wheels, Saving K9 Lives Plus, Salvation Army’s Angel Tree, Sarcoidosis, and DCJCC Everything But The Turkey.
The DC Living® web site is fully mobile-friendly, can be read in 91 languages, and includes dynamic real-time search features that do not require a separate app. For more info visit www.DCLiving.com.
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