2016 Top Agent - Washingtonian
Barracks Row Main Street
Boy Scouts Troop 500
Capitol Hill Group Ministry
Capitol Hill Little League
Capitol Hill Montessori
Capitol Hill Restoration Society
Capitol Hill Village
Board Member: CHGM Homeless Advocacy organization
Board Member: Eastern Market Main Street
The Hill Center
President: Lincoln Park Overlook Condo Association
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
YOU KNOW US. WE KNOW THE MARKET.
The Meg & George Team has built a reputation for customer service throughout the DC area since 2004. Named 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 the communities in which they do business, and through their local expertise and commitment to their clients, they have consistently earned top producer status in the industry.
Meg grew up in Rockville, Maryland, and attended Georgetown Visitation High School in D.C. She then spent 12 wonderful years living in New Orleans and Atlanta. After graduating from Tulane University, she traveled around the world working for CNN's Turner International Sales Office, and then launched and ran a restaurant in downtown Atlanta with her husband, Seth. In 2002, they returned to D.C., settled in Capitol Hill, and owned and operated the Hill's market extraordinaire, the Silver Spork. In addition to raising their family, Meg and her husband are active members of the community, involved with Capitol Hill Little League, CHGM Homeless Advocacy, public schools, safety, and support of local vendors and businesses.
"Having witnessed the rebirth of so many of the area's pockets and neighborhoods, I couldn't think of a more dynamic and stimulating place to call home," says Meg. "I want to help all of my clients find that happy place for themselves, wherever it might be."