2017 & 2016 Top Agents - Washingtonian
University of California, Davis
Barracks Row Main Street
Boy Scouts Troop 500
Girl Scouts Troop 6518 & 2830
Capitol Hill Group Ministry
Capitol Hill Little League
Capitol Hill Montessori
Capitol Hill Restoration Society
Capitol Hill Village
MOTH (Moms on the Hill)
Pendragwn Youth Film Festival
River Park Nursery School
School Within A School
Sports on the Hill
Two Rivers Public Charter School
Washington Latin Public Charter School
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The Meg & George Team has built a reputation for customer service throughout the DC area since 2004. Named 2017 and 2016 Top Agents by Washingtonian Magazine, they create lifetime relationships by providing clients with the knowledge and insight to make informed decisions before, during, and after a sale. Meg and George are deeply engaged in their local communities, and through their local expertise and commitment they have consistently earned the respect and appreciation of their clients, friends, and neighbors.
George was born in Detroit, Michigan, and raised in Los Altos, California, about 45 miles south of San Francisco. He studied environmental policy at the University of California, Davis, and then headed to the Central African Republic to do fish farming with the Peace Corps. When he returned to the San Francisco Bay Area, George joined a high-tech firm, which then led him to Washington, D.C. to become a medical systems consultant on a variety of Department of Defense projects worldwide. He met his wife in D.C, and the two moved to Kaneohe, Hawai'i, for four years. George and his wife returned to D.C. in 1999. They now live in Capitol Hill with their three children.
“The Washington area is a great place to live, and I often feel like I'm selling a lifestyle as much as an address,” he says. “My wife and I bought an old house, renovated it, and watched our neighbors do the same thing. We feel we've helped build our community, and I get great satisfaction out of helping others discover D.C.'s many different neighborhoods.”