• 2019 Washingtonian Magazine Top Agent
• 2018 Washingtonian Magazine Top Agent
• 2017 Washingtonian Magazine Top Agent
• 2016 Washingtonian Magazine Top Agent
• 2015 Washingtonian Magazine Top Agent
• 2014 International President’s Elite, 3% of 85,000 Agents, Worldwide – Coldwell Banker
• 2013 International President’s Circle, 5% of 85,000 Agents, Worldwide – Coldwell Banker
• 2012 International President’s Circle, 5% of 85,000 Agents, Worldwide – Coldwell Banker
Licensed DC, MD & VA
Member, National Association of Realtors
BS Mass Communication and Psychology; Minor in Marketing
President, Crispus Attucks Development Association
A self-proclaimed military brat, Christopher moved six times before he was eight years old, which sparked his passion for real estate at a very young age.
After a career as a professional ballet dancer was cut short by injury, Christopher worked his way through college in Baltimore where he enjoyed a tenured career in client services and marketing before he rediscovered his childhood passion and decided to pursue real estate professionally, which Christopher proclaims as “the most fulfilling career decision I’ve ever made”.
Bringing more than 23 years of experience to each real estate transaction, Christopher’s proven ability to deliver specialized services to a wide variety of clientele demonstrates his “Client-Centered” approach to business, which continues to serve as his philosophy today.
In 2015, after spending several years working side-by-side building successful careers as individual real estate agents, Christopher merged his business with John Peters and created Bulka/Peters Residential. The dynamic partnership between these two highly respected Realtors allows them to combine their superior customer service, innovative marketing techniques, skilled negotiation strategies, and professional transaction management to enhance their clients’ home buying and selling experiences.
When he’s not working, Christopher enjoys spending time with friends and family, being outdoors as much as possible, gardening and cooking. He is currently the President of the Crispus Attucks Development Corporation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit community organization that owns and operates Crispus Attucks Park in Washington, DC’s Bloomingdale neighborhood, where Christopher and his husband Andrew live with their bernedoodle Huckleberry.