over $250 million residential real estate
Washingtonian Magazine - Top-Selling Agent, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019
Washingtonian Magazine - Best-Selling Agent, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019
Member of the Top Agent Network
Licensed DC, MD, and VA
Rescue Scuba Diver
William and Mary, B.A., International Health and Development
George Washington University, MPH, Epidemiology
Board Member, Cleveland Park Club and the Macomb Street Playground
Supporter of Mary’s Center, DC Dream Center, A Wider Circle, and SOME (So Others Might Eat)
Casey’s clients appreciate her eye detail, her friendly, collaborative approach, and her focus on the quantitative data that helps buyers and sellers make informed decisions. She has advocated for her clients in hundreds of real estate transactions since she became an agent in 2004, and she’s been immersed in the industry her whole life—practically from birth. Casey’s has been involved in real estate investment since the early 1900s—she recalls reading the real estate section of the Washington Post when she was just 10, and she became an investor herself in her early 20s, owning several rental properties in the area. As a full-time real estate agent, her extensive knowledge and shrewd, professional, energetic approach have placed her in the top echelon of all in her area. With endless apps and overwhelming amounts of information online, she helps distill the needed information and streamline the process. One of the most frequent comments her clients make at closing is, "This was so seamless - I kept waiting for something to get in the way given all the stories I hear, but everything went so smoothly!" With so many years in the business behind her, the process she's makes moving feel simple.
Casey was born in Northern California, grew up in parts of the Metro DC area, and has lived in D.C. proper since 1999. Before working in real estate, she followed her passion for international health and development, earning an MPH in Epidemiology from George Washington University and working in international public health for years. She is an member of her community, devoting time to public health and neighborhood organizations. In her free time, she loves to investigate new restaurants, travel with her , and scuba dive. After years in Foggy Bottom and DuPont Circle, Casey now lives with her husband, Richard, and two children, in Cleveland Park, DC.