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Awards

Wydler Brothers voted Best Real Estate Team by the Readers of Bethesda Magazine 2021

Hans Wydler voted Best Real Estate Agent by the Readers of Bethesda Magazine 2021

Steve Wydler voted Best Real Estate Agent by the Readers of Arlington Magazine 2020

Top 2 in the DMV Large Team by Volume by Real Trends Magazine "The Thousand" in 2021

#28 in the US Large Team by Volume by Real Trends Magazine "The Thousand" in 2021

Best of Washingtonian Magazine 2020

Charity

For every purchase or sale of a home with a Wydler Brothers Agent, that agent will donate a portion of their commission towards the cost of a moving truck to be donated to A Wider Circle.

Articles Written by Wydler Brothers featured in the Washington Post

About Wydler Brothers
Hans and Steve Wydler (aka The Wydler Brothers) have been selling residential real estate for almost 20 years in the DC metro area. During that time, they rapidly ascended the local landscape and built the highest producing team in the entire region, recently named Top 3 in the DMV Large Team by Volume by Real Trends Magazine "The Thousand" in 2020.

Steve lives in McLean and heads up the Northern Virginia business. He is a Dartmouth Grad and has a JD from Vanderbilt Law School and seven years experience practicing law as a transactional attorney. Hans lives in Bethesda and runs the Maryland/DC practice. He went to Yale undergrad and has an MBA from Harvard.

Spotlight

The 11 Things Your Realtor Won’t Tell You but Should

As appeared in the Washington Post. Written by: Hans & Steve Wydler
Realtors live a conflicted life. On the one hand, they are salespeople. They only make money when their deal closes. On the other hand, they are consultants. They advise buyers and sellers throughout the deal process, ideally giving their clients advice that is disinterested from their own financial outcome. Often, these two objectives are aligned and there is no issue. For example, a listing agent makes more money if he is able to sell a house for a higher amount. However, there are many situations where the right advice for a client is not aligned with the agent’s monetary incentives...

The 11 Things Your Realtor Won’t Tell You but Should
Spotlight

Downsizing Tips for Empty Nesters

As appeared in the Washington Post. Written by: Hans & Steve Wydler
Life is a journey. Couples buy the big house when they start their families. But when their kids fly the coop, they’re stuck with a too-big house that no longer meets their needs or fits their lifestyle. The thought of starting over can be daunting. Over the years after helping scores of empty-nesters downsize, we’ve found that folks sometimes lose their way during this phase. Here are our top three tips to help keep everyone on track:

Downsizing Tips for Empty Nesters
Spotlight

What you need to know before building a custom home

As appeared in the Washington Post. Written by: Hans & Steve Wydler
The process of building a custom home is often the most misunderstood segment of housing hunting. Said differently, a high percentage of prospective home buyers start out thinking they may want to build a custom home but then end up buying an already built “spec” home or working directly with a builder to modify a home that is in the process of being built.

What you need to know before building a custom home