Meg Marsh

Title: Realtor

Brokerage: KW Reston

Franchise: Keller Williams Realty

Phone: 202-258-8466


Meg became a licensed Realtor after many years of commercial construction management experience. With a degree in Sociology from the University of Virginia and a depth of knowledge in project management and sales, Meg brings compassion to her clients throughout the process of buying and selling. She understands that sometimes the need to buy or sell is fueled by complicated changes in life and her goal is to ease anxieties by developing game plans that will meet her clients’ needs. With a solid plan, anything is possible!

Meg has a unique approach to client care and fully embraces negotiating on all levels. Licensed in DC and VA, Meg loves the dynamic market in the DC metro area. Her track record for winning competitive bids for buyers is proven and her ability to help sellers choose the strongest offer in a seller’s market results in trusted success for her clients. Ultimately, Meg has a passion for finding all the possibilities available, giving her clients the most thorough analysis, and helping guide their decision making. Authenticity is her trademark and her positivity is a consistent winning approach. She has been listed as a Top Agent in Northern Virginia Magazine and in the Washingtonian Magazine, is an NVAR Top Producer, and takes great pride in the knowledge and experience gained from this success.

Meg grew up in Alexandria, VA and graduated from UVA in 2002. She has lived in Reston since 2005 and enjoys everything this area has to offer with her husband and two daughters. On most weekends, you can find her on the soccer sidelines cheering on her oldest daughter or enjoying a local hike with her family. Her mantra in work and in life is “positivity is the gateway to action.”

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Hail to fall, hail to the Redskins!

September 20, 2017

Fall is always a nostalgic time for me. I can go back as far as I can remember and think of the first days of school each year, each place I’ve lived on a crystal clear early fall day, and all the fun days of pumpkin patches, apple picking, Oshkosh overalls, and cozy family time. […]

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For my friend, on 9/11/17

September 11, 2017

I was a Fourth year at the University of Virginia on September 11, 2001.  It was a gorgeous early fall day in Charlottesville and I was getting ready to go to my internship job at the Leadership Development Center.  I was lucky to have a TV in my bedroom that year and I always watched […]

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Low Rates for the Taking

September 8, 2017

For the last 2 years, I’ve been hearing from various sources that we should be preparing for rates to increase, especially as we see unemployment rates improve. I think most speculators will honestly say there are so many variables that one factor alone cannot be an accurate predictor of what rates will do. Only the […]

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Oatlands Historic House and Gardens

September 6, 2017

On Sunday evening, I had the great pleasure of watching a dear friend get married.  The backdrop was Oatlands Historic House and Gardens in Leesburg, VA.  After two days of downright depressing weather in the DC area, the sun came out with not a trace of humidity and birds were chirping in early fall Virginia […]

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Labor Day in Mosaic

September 1, 2017

Today I ate a sandwich from Red Apron Butcher in Fairfax that was among one of the best, messiest sandwiches I’ve had in a very long time. It was called the Beef and Cheddar. In essence, it was infinite roast beef on a small bun with mayo and some divine form of “gourmet” cheese whiz. […]

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August 30, 2017

I was listening to CNN in the car yesterday, waiting to pick up my 3rd grader from her 2nd day of school.  The anchor woman was talking to a journalist on the ground in Houston about what he was seeing first hand in terms of evacuees, shelters, and the dynamics that come with thousands of […]

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In search of the perfect shoe…

June 9, 2015

I want a shoe that is classic yet chic, not too high, not too low, not too round, not too aggressive, not a wedge, not a toothpick, is comfy but does not look like it was made in the Mojave Desert. I want a shoe that works in spring, summer, and fall, works with dresses […]

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To Have a Home

June 4, 2015

Homeownership and homelessness are completely separate issues but it’s hard getting around the importance and meaning of the word, or the place, “home.” One definition of “home” is “the place in which one’s domestic affections are centered.” Almost all of us have the experience of being home, going home, knowing our home.   And whatever that […]

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For Richer or for…? (Real Estate and the Middle Class)

May 27, 2015

In hindsight, I may have gotten a little too sucked into the daily drama during the last presidential election. I guess there are worse things to be focused on. The 2016 election will no doubt be full of even more scandals, gaffs, and a lot of cringing. Real Estate trends are a solid indicator of […]

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Everything on the horizon

May 23, 2015

The summer of my 16th birthday, my friend Tracy and I took driving lessons together. It was probably our parents’ hope against hope that they would no longer have to drive us around. But learning to drive in Northern Virginia is no easy feat. It means cruising around the Beltway, navigating the narrow lanes and […]

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