- The Washington Times - Friday, July 18, 2008

Susan Berger

Company: Evers & Co.

Address: 440 Jennifer St. NW

Phone: 202/364-1700

Fax: 202/537-0160

E-mail address: shb55@aol.com

Web site: www.susanberger.com

Year started: 1985

How did you get started in real estate? I always loved looking at houses and wanted to learn more about the process, so I took the course. Once I completed the classes, there was only one way to go.

How long have you been with the current company? 23 years

Licenses and designations: Maryland, Washington and Virginia; graduate, Realtor institute; certified buyers representative

Associations: Graduate, Realtor institute; certified buyers representative; Greater Capital Area Association of Realtors (GCAAR)

Awards: Consistent GCAAR multimillion-dollar award winner since 1985

Greatest accomplishment in the past 12 months: My partner of 15 years, Ellen Sandler, and I have a great, mutual chemistry that led us to being the Top Team at Evers & Co.

Area of specialty: We specialize in all areas of the Washington metropolitan area.

Highest-priced home sold: $4,000,000

Most memorable house: I was selling a house called “Regulation,” which had a basketball court on the third floor.

Describe your worst experience buying or selling a house: Although we do our best to make sure there are no bad experiences, I remember a time when I was doing a final walk-through with a client and the seller had taken the door knocker and all of the light fixtures just because he felt like it.

Age: 62

Family: Husband, three children, one granddaughter

Pets: Dog, a cockapoo

Education: BA, English, Cornell University, 1968; MS in urban studies and education, Simmons College, 1971

Community affiliations: City Year DC Board

Last book read: “Water for Elephants” by Sarah Gruen

Last movie seen: “John Adams”

Car you drive: Lexus

Describe your personal dream house: I think I live there! I’ve been in this house for 35 years, raising three children. My favorite part is the kitchen/family room combination.



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