- The Washington Times - Wednesday, June 8, 2005

Name: Karen Y. Copeland

Company: Long & Foster Real Estate

Address: 10901 Indian Head Highway, Fort Washington, MD 20744

Phone: 301/292-3690, Ext. 261

Fax: 301/292-3626

E-mail: [email protected]

Web site: www.kcsellshomes.com

Year started: 1991

How did you get started in real estate? A friend of mine convinced me to take the test.

How long with the current company? Since 2001

Licenses and designations: Maryland real estate sales; senior housing specialist

Associations: National Association of Realtors; Maryland Association of Realtors; Prince George’s County Association of Realtors

Awards: Distinguished Sales Club of Prince George’s County; Chairman’s Club in Long & Foster’s Gold Team

Greatest accomplishment in the past 12 months: Personally mentoring other agents within Long & Foster and seeing them succeed.

What is your area of specialty? Home sellers

Highest-priced home sold: $1,100,000

Most memorable house: A beautiful home in St. Mary’s County situated on a 4.5-acre wooded lot. There are only two homes on a private road. The area is so serene and peaceful. It’s a great home for someone who wants peace and quiet and lots of wildlife.

Worst experience: My own personal worst experience was the sale of our Clinton home. Settlement had to be postponed five times. I really thought it would never happen and that we would lose our new home. Everything turned out just fine in the end.

Age: 42

Family: Married

Pets: A dog named Bear

Education: Bachelor of science in management, University of Maryland, 1995; master of science in management, University of Maryland University College, 2000

Community service/outside interests: Habitat for Humanity; supporter, Maryland Titans cheerleader squad; American Sign Language; and tennis.

Last book read: “Me and My Big Mouth: Your Answer Is Right Under Your Nose,” by Joyce Meyer

Last movie seen: “Ray”

What kind of car do you drive? GMC Yukon Denali

What is your personal dream house? A home with lots of windows on a very large hill overlooking the ocean.

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