- The Washington Times - Thursday, November 17, 2005

Name: Ann Noel

Address: RE/MAX Select Properties Inc., 20 Pidgeon Hill Drive, Suite 20, Sterling, VA 20164

Phone: 703/547-1441

Fax: 703/444-5921

Web site: www.AnnNoel.com; www.AnnNoelart.com

Year started: 1989

How did you get started in real estate? I just decided that I could sell real estate and found a real estate school in Fairfax. I earned a license and decided that I also wanted a broker’s license.

How long with the current company? 16 years

License and designations: Virginia real estate broker; Accredited Buyers Representative; graduate, Realtor Institute

Awards: RE/MAX 100 Percent Club, Five-Year Multi-Million Dollar Sales Club; Dulles Area Association of Realtors Top Producer Club; Distinguished Service Award from the Loudoun Tourism Council

Greatest accomplishments in past 12 months: Appointed by the mayor and council of Leesburg to the public art task force committee; named chairman of Thomas Balch Library mural and theme committees; my painting of a horse, titled “Harlequina,” was sponsored by the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce to be auctioned as a fund-raiser for Oatlands Foundation, Loudoun Therapeutic Riding Association and the Loudoun Arts Council.

Area of specialty: Residential sales

Most memorable house: I spent the night in line with a $25,000 check to hold a lot for a client in California. Client wanted to be the first selector for a lot at Belmont Country Club in Ashburn.

Worst experience: In a divorce situation, I arrived at a settlement and the seller’s wife came without her portion of the money needed to sell the home. The buyers could not settle and the home went to bank foreclosure.

Education: Bachelor of fine arts, George Washington University; graduate studies at George Washington and George Mason University

Community affiliations: Past president, National League of American Pen Women; past president, Loudoun Arts Council; past chairwoman, art advisory committee, George Washington University, Ashburn campus; member, Loudoun County art advisory committee; member, Art Council of Fairfax, creative arts panel

Outside interests: Art studio at King Street Studios, Leesburg; associate artist, Torpedo Factory Art Center in Alexandria; member, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution

Last book read: “Founding Mothers,” by Cokie Roberts

Last movie seen: “The Wedding Crashers”

What is your personal dream house? It would include a large studio with heat and air conditioning, north light, canvas and paint storage, a clean-up sink, storage supply cabinets, a desk area, white walls, exhaust fan, track lighting and wide doors to bring canvases through.

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