- The Washington Times - Thursday, September 16, 2004

Name: Dee Rosenberg

Company: RE/MAX Realty Group

Address: 6 Montgomery Village Ave., Gaithersburg, MD 20879

Phone: 301/258-7757, 301/921-2614

Fax: 301/921-2653

E-mail: [email protected]

Web site: www.soldbydee.com

Year started: 1979

How did you get started in real estate? I was a teacher who had burned out from 15 years of teaching high school. Another teacher in my school suggested that I become a real estate agent, as he thought I’d be good at it. I took his suggestion, and here I am 25 years later.

How long with the current company? 15 years.

Licenses, designations and certifications: Maryland associate broker; accredited buyer’s representative; certified residential specialist; graduate, Realtors Institute; leadership training graduate; performance network management certificate; seniors real estate specialist; certified Internet professional; quality service certification; relocation and referral certification

Associations: National Association of Realtors, Maryland Association of Realtors, Greater Capital Area Association of Realtors Education Committee member

Awards: 1989 Montgomery County distinguished sales agent of the year; RE/MAX Hall of Fame; RE/MAX 100 percent club

Greatest accomplishment in the past 12 months: Having my business become more streamlined by using the internet more completely in advertising and in communicating with my customers and clients. Personally, I’m trying to reconnect with past friends and people I’ve not seen in many years.

Area of specialty: Montgomery County

Most memorable house: A beautiful, cozy one-level custom contemporary in Germantown on a secluded wooded lot with a gorgeous deck, step-down family room with brick flooring and beautiful private wooded views from walls of windows.

Worst experience: Many years ago, I was representing a buyer who was purchasing a house that was in very bad condition. In fact, there was not one inch of space on any surface that was not covered with junk. Even the dining room table was covered except for one teeny space where you could put your plate. The basement was filled, with only a walking space to the back end. On the day of settlement, the movers were swearing and throwing things because the owners hadn’t packed the things. Needless to say, the sellers were not out on the day of settlement. However, it did close.

Education: Master of education, University of Pittsburgh, 1969; bachelor of science in secondary education, Pennsylvania State University, 1965

Community affiliations/outside interests: Executive Women’s Golf Association, reading, attending concerts

What kind of car do you drive? 2003 Lincoln Town Car

What is your personal dream house? A one-level home with a two-car garage with a little convertible parked in it.

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