With more than 17 years of successful transactions in the real estate industry, Cameron Crossman is a major player in the Washington, D.C. residential market. Having sold over $100 million worth of property both locally and nationally, he is known as a top broker who delivers a world-class experience for each and every client.
Cameron founded Crossman & Co. Real Estate before joining forces with Compass. This new partnership expands his company’s marketing reach and enhances his ability to help clients by pairing unrivaled service with proprietary technology.
Cameron brings years of valuable experience from firms including Sotheby’s International Realty, Keller Williams, Prudential, and Long & Foster, and in other highly competitive markets such as Atlanta and Beverly Hills. His referral-based clientele includes senior partners at major law firms, leading physicians, business leaders, and celebrities, yet he partners with clients at all price points and stages of life. Cameron is licensed in the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia.
A long-term resident of Washington, Cameron offers a comprehensive understanding of its dynamic real estate market – one of the hottest in the country. He is also deeply engaged in the community with a vast business network that offers clients access to outstanding service professionals. Cameron’s deep association with the city’s social and cultural scenes is also a further boon for his clients.
Cameron is known for his relentless commitment to the needs of his clients, buyers and sellers alike. As a buyer's representative, he offers an insider’s edge with unrivaled negotiation prowess that allows him to navigate multiple-offer situations with ease. As a listing agent, he attracts top-dollar offers by harnessing the most effective tools of the trade, from multimedia marketing plans to professional home staging.
When he is not selling real estate, Cameron enjoys farm life. He trains and shows Quarter Horses, and competes at both state and national levels. His local heritage is five generations deep, rooted in Virginia agriculture in nearby Falls Church. Landmarks such as Isaac Crossman Park and the Christ Crossman United Methodist Church are legacies of his family’s history in the region.