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Realtor profile: Mickey Glassman
Question of the Day
Name: Mickey Glassman
Company: Re/Max Premier
Address: 13135 Lee Jackson Highway, No. 115, Fairfax, VA 22033
Year started: 1986
How did you get started in real estate? Real estate was important to me as a young adult purchasing my own first property. I decided to learn more about it and took classes and realized I became passionate! It is very rewarding helping others realize their goals or dreams in the real estate world.
How long with the current company? More than three years
Licenses and designations: Realtor, associate broker, accredited buyers representative, accredited staging professional, certified distressed property expert
Associations:Northern Virginia Association of Realtors
Awards: Life member NVAR Top Producer, RE/MAX Platinum Club
Greatest accomplishment in the past 12 months: Taking the Glassman Group to the next level
Area of specialty: After 25 years in the real estate business, I am experienced and knowledgeable in all of the counties and locales within Northern Virginia.
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