Georgetown University, B.A. in Liberal Studies with a concentration in Ethics of the Professions
Carpenter’s Shelter volunteer
Supporter of TK2 Deficiency Research
Claire Abrams, a Washington, D.C. native, knows the metropolitan area inside and out. She was born in Adams Morgan, grew up in the Del Ray section of Alexandria, and graduated from Georgetown University. She currently lives in the Shaw neighborhood in a row home she recently renovated.
Over the past decade, Claire has gained extensive experience in local real estate after working closely with some of the Washington area’s leading developers. As the sales manager for a Kettler development in Northern Virginia, her project was the top selling condo community in Maryland, D.C., and Virginia.
Claire is totally client centered, believing that purchasing or selling a home is one of the most critical decisions an individual or family will ever make. She prides herself on applying the principles she learned as an ethics major at Georgetown to her everyday dealings with her clients. Her greatest satisfaction comes from knowing that she has helped secure the best deal possible for her clients.
Claire's expertise doesn't end at the settlement table. She has a passion and eye for design, which helps her clients envision the greatest aesthetic potential for their spaces while at the same time enhancing their investment opportunities.