- The Washington Times - Friday, September 12, 2008

Debbie Gladstein

Company: Weichert, Realtors

Address: 704 Quince Orchard Road, No. 101, North Potomac, MD 20878

Phone: 301/980-4027

Fax: 301/948-9530

E-mail address: [email protected]

Web site: Weichert.com and debgladstein.com

Year started: 2000

How did you get started in real estate? I started by sending out mailings to friends in my area and trying to market myself in the area where I raised my family.

How long have you been with the current company? About nine years.

Associations: National Association of Realtors and Greater Capital Area Association of Realtors

Awards: Weichert’s Chairman of the Board Sales Award 2005, Weichert President’s Sales Award 2006, Weichert Executive’s and Executive’s Gold sales awards 2007

Greatest accomplishment in the past 12 months: My continued professional success despite the challenges the real estate market has seen

What is your area of specialty? Goshen Estates in Gaithersburg

Highest-priced home sold: Just less than $1 million

Most memorable house: I enjoyed getting a house for a friend with whom I used to work. She has two little boys and wanted a backyard for them to play in. It was her dream house. It made me very happy to see her family get this house.

Worst experience buying or selling a house: Having a friend of mine waiting on pins and needles to see if the sale of her mother’s house would go through pending financing. It didn’t help that we had to deal with a difficult lender.

Age: 49

Family: Husband, one daughter on her way to nursing school and one son in the Navy

Outside interests: movies, book club

Last book read: “Garden Spells” by Sarah Addison Allen

Last movie seen: “The Dark Knight”

What kind of car do you drive? Lexus

Describe your personal dream house: A rambler with four bedrooms, an updated kitchen, mudroom, huge deck with a screened-in a gazebo and property that backs up to trees. It also would have a two-car garage and be on a cul-de-sac.

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