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Tom Riley

Tom Riley

Associate Broker

office: 301-351-3897

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    DESIGNATIONS & PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS:
    National Association of REALTORS
    Greater Capital Area Association of REALTORS (GCAAR)
    Maryland Association of Realtors (MAR)
    District of Columbia Association of Realtors (DCAR)

    LICENSED IN:
    Maryland and Washington D.C.

    MARKET/NEIGHBORHOODS SERVED:
    Maryland: Bethesda, Chevy Chase, Kensington, Woodmoor, Silver Spring, Greater Silver Spring, Greater Montgomery County

    District of Columbia: All areas of the city

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:
    Tom’s experiences in residential real estate began at an early age, working at a family- run real estate appraisal firm after school while in high school. After commercial and multifamily management experiences, Tom settled into residential sales full-time in 2001. He has been a consistent Top Producer throughout his career and was recently recognized by Washingtonian Magazine for these achievements.

    A rare multi-generational Washingtonian, his career has shown great versatility, having worked in just about every neighborhood within and around the Maryland/District of Columbia Metropolitan area. Past clients range from first-time buyers to more seasoned homeowners who are down-sizing from the family home after many years, all in varying price parameters.

    Tom joined Washington Fine Properties [WFP] after 16 years selling real estate in the DC area, including ownership of his own boutique brokerage of approximately 10 agents, Riley Residential Properties, LLC. WFP, with a sales volume of $.27 billion, is widely recognized in the Washington region as one of the most successful, locally owned, carriage-trade real estate firms in the United States.

    Real Estate heritage
    As Tom’s mother likes to say, “Real estate is in the blood.” Tom’s grandfather, B. Houston McCeney worked at the venerable old Randall Hagner Real Estate based in Washington, D.C., during the 1930s and 40s. The Hagner company was in business for 104 years before being sold in 2007.

    EDUCATION:
    Gonzaga College High School, Washington, D.C.
    University of Maryland, College Park

    COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT PAST AND PRESENT:
    Non-Profits that support children with cancer, their families, and ongoing research to fight childhood cancer:
    Lilabean Foundation & Becca’s Run

    Organizations fighting the plight of Homelessness:
    Father Horace McKenna Center for the Homeless, North Capitol Street
    Back on Your Feet
    Washington Jesuit Academy in Washington, D.C. – providing a high-quality and comprehensive education to boys from low-income communities

    OUTSIDE INTERESTS:
    Reading
    History, especially relating to D.C.
    Keeping up with enormous family
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