Meg Marsh

Title: Realtor

Brokerage: KW Reston

Franchise: Keller Williams Realty

Phone: 202-258-8466

Email: meg@dwellus.com

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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From Little Things, Big Things Grow

May 7, 2015

I began to write about new construction as a list of pros and cons for the buyer who is contemplating a resale over a new home. To be honest, I’m more of a storyteller than a journalist so here’s an equitable dose of fact and complete subjectivity. When I was a kid, I spent hours […]

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Do you need a Realtor? By, a Realtor

March 12, 2015

  So I have been asked a few times recently, “Do I need a Realtor to sell my home?” It’s a really good question. I like it. It gives me the chance to think of everything my peers and I do on a daily basis and it also challenges me to reflect on the service […]

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Bang for your Buck

March 9, 2015

When it comes to making your home ready to sell, the choices can be expensive and seem overwhelming. The truth is, most buyers are making an emotional decision, within their price point, and they just want a home that feels like home and doesn’t require a second loan to make it livable. That said, your […]

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Questions to ask, if you are a question asker

March 5, 2015

Questions to ask, if you are a question asker Some people like asking questions. Others go with their gut. From my experience, most people exercise a decision making process that includes both pragmatism and emotion. Still, when it comes to choosing a Realtor, you want to be patting yourself on the back at the end […]

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Friendship, the Professional Version

March 4, 2015

Adulthood comes with some unexpected growing pains. If you are like me, you were about 30 when you first learned to really cook, maybe about 32 when you started giving customer service reps a hard time, and when you turned 34 you started walking your 5 year old to the bus stop (total out of […]

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