Why your Realtor matters: Kevin Adler.

Weather you’re looking for a Condo in Chevy Chase,a Flat in FoggyBottom, or a penthouse in Potomac Yards,if it’s in Virginia or the District of Columbia, having a local real estate expertwho is well versed in the neighborhood you are looking to move into, as well asthe trends of that area, should be your goal.

One great example of an agent whois in your corner and is always looking out for your best interests is one ofthe main characters on ABC’s Modern Family, Phil Dunphy.

For those who aren’t familiar,the character Phil is a Realtor with a huge heart who always strives to dohis best for his family and his clients.

In one recent episode, Phil evenshared the oath that he created and holds himself accountable to:

“On my honor, I promise toaid in man’s quest for shelter, to recognize I’m not just in the business ofhouses — I’m in the business of dreams in the shape of houses. To disclose allillegal additions, shoddy construction, murders, and ghosts. And to put myclients’ needs before my own.”

While this might seem silly, andit was definitely written with humor in mind, the themes of helping someoneachieve the American Dream and putting a client’s needs above your own are notto be taken lightly.

As a licensed realestate agent, my philosophy is simple:

1.Clients come first.

2.I pledge to be in constant communication with my clients,keeping them fully informed throughout the entire buying or selling process.

3.I believe that if you’re not left with an amazingexperience, I haven’t done my job.

I don’t measure success through achievements or awards,but through the satisfaction of my clients. Check out my client testimonialsfor more details of this promise and of my exceptional service. Please contactme for a private consultation so we can discuss your real estate goals and devisea strategy for achieving them.

Thank you,

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