- The Washington Times - Wednesday, March 7, 2007

Name: Peter J. D’Amour

Company: Real Estate Teams LLC

Address: 617 W. Patrick St., Frederick, MD 21701

Phone: 301/695-3020, office; 888/778-6704, direct

E-mail: [email protected]

Web site: www.DamourTeam.com

Year started: 1998

How did you get started in real estate? When our kids entered high school, my wife Bev started her real estate career. I followed five years later, and we formed the D’Amour Team.

Licenses and designations: Real estate sales in Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia

Greatest accomplishment in the past 12 months: Witnessing our son become engaged to a lovely woman and start his college coaching career at the University of Missouri.

What is your area of specialty? Golf course properties

Most memorable house: Assisting an elderly couple to sell their vacation home became a long journey, extremely memorable from an emotional standpoint.

Worst experience: I was working with sellers who couldn’t believe that their “perfect” house wouldn’t sell in a week. It took eight agonizing months, daily contact to explain why and constant calm conversation, not to mention all the marketing efforts which weren’t appreciated. Nosy neighbors to deal with, as well. Not fun. The house did sell. The sellers think we are wonderful.

Age: 53

Family: Wife, Bev; son, Pete, 27; daughter, Krista, 25

Pets: George, a mixed-breed dog

Education: Attended many schools, including Montgomery College, Rockville

Community affiliations/ outside interests: Fast- pitch softball; Amateur Athletic Union basketball; golf; coaching Little League through high school sports

Last book read: “George Washington and Benedict Arnold: A Tale of Two Patriots,” by Dave R. Palmer

What kind of car do you drive? 2003 BMW 325i Convertible

What is your personal dream house? A one-level, 2,300-square-foot chalet on a large wooded ridge overlooking a golf course. We are living the dream at the Woods Resort in West Virginia.

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