Lenore G. Rubino
Voted Georgetown’s Best Realtor by readers of Georgetown Patch
Previews Property Specialist
National Association of REALTORS
Greater Area Capital Association of REALTORS - (GCAAR)
Certified Public Account - inactive
Licensed in DC, MD & VA
Top 2% of agents nationwide
International President's Elite Award
National Association of Realtors
Greater Capital Area Association of Realtors (GCAAR)
Northern Virginia Association of Realtors
Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.
District of Columbia
District of Columbia – all neighborhoods including Burleith, Georgetown, Glover Park, Foxhall, Berkley, Spring Valley, American University Park, Wesley Heights, Forest Hills, Chevy Chase, Foggy Bottom, Capital Hill, Southwest
Maryland – close-in neighborhoods including Bethesda, Potomac, Chevy Chase, Annapolis and the Eastern Shore
Virginia – close-in neighborhoods: Alexandria, Arlington, McLean
Lenore believes home selling should be personal, memorable and flawless. With over fourteen years of real estate experience in the DC area, Lenore has extensive knowledge of complex contract issues and negotiations, TOPA, 1031 tax-deferred exchange, escrow and title issues. She has seamlessly guided her clients through a wide range of sophisticated transactions. Lenore has continually been included in Washingtonian’s Best and Top-Producing Agents.
Lenore has in-depth knowledge of the Washington metropolitan area real estate market. Her expertise as a residential and luxury home real estate agent, along with her superior negotiating skills continually results in successful real estate transactions for her clients.
Lenore’s listings sell on average 103% over list price.
Her clients are well-served and well-informed. She guides them through each transaction in a way that creates mutual respect and friendship.
A former CPA at a major New York City accounting firm, Lenore brings her professional principles and skills to her real estate practice. She hails from New York, and earned her BBA in Accounting from Adelphi University.
COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT PAST AND PRESENT:
A long-time resident and community activist in Burleith, Lenore served as the Burleith Citizens Association's president for six years. During her tenure as president of the BCA, Lenore was one of the chief community negotiators and helped broker the groundbreaking Joint Conditions Campus Plan agreement with Georgetown University.
Member, Georgetown Business Association
Citizens Association of Georgetown
Glover Park Citizens Association
Foxhall Community Citizens Association
National Museum for Women in the Arts
Welcome to Washington
Capital Speakers Club
OUTSIDE INTERESTS AND ORGANIZATIONS: