DC Living: 15 Years of Smart, Tech-Forward Business
Entering its 15th year of business, the well-respected boutique brokerage DC Living Real Estate, LLC is not a new shiny object among DC-area real estate brokerages. However, it has been unwaveringly successful, and has stood at the forefront of the industry’s cutting edge technology, year-after-year.
“DC Living® was the first ‘smart’ DC-area firm in which agents tapped into the mobile world to work wherever we go. The firm was also the first in the DC area to become a green/paperless office. Ours is a ‘model of efficiency.’ We are a uniquely progressive firm delivering timely, top professional service to our dynamic market, with years of exceptional results,” says Skip Singleton, Managing Partner/Principal Broker of DC Living Real Estate.
The firm recently rolled out a new logo and fully mobile-friendly web site that can be read in 91 languages and includes dynamic, real-time search features that don’t require a separate app (see DCLiving.com).
Long-time DC Living Sales Professional Jason Skipworth and Property Manager Donna Brannon are new Partners of the firm, joining Founders and Managing Partners Skip and Debbie Singleton in leadership positions.
For more information about joining the DC Living team, contact Skip@DCLiving.com or visit the firm's website here.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/dc_living_15_years_of_smart_tech_forward_business/10810.
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