- The Washington Times - Thursday, July 8, 2010

Name: John Nemeyer

Company: Evers & Co. Real Estate’s Dupont office

Address: 1509 22nd St. NW, Washington, DC 20037

Phone: 202/464-8440 (office), 202/276-6351 (cell)

Fax: 202/464-8412

E-mail:[email protected]


Year started: 1980

How long have you been with the current company? Since the end of February

Licenses and designations: The District and Maryland

Associations: Greater Capital Area Association of Realtors

Greatest accomplishment in the past 12 months: Our eldest son graduated from Drew University.

Most memorable house: A few. The Francis Scott Key town house in Georgetown and a single-family home in Silver Spring in which the husband was just returning from 440-plus days of being a political hostage in Iran. Many first-time buyers’ purchases are rewarding and take me back in time.

Worst experience buying or selling a house: I represented buyers who, unannounced to anyone, walked from the settlement table and a considerable earnest-money deposit, with the husband’s parting words, “I’m very sorry to all parties concerned; this is cheaper than getting a divorce.”

Age: 59

Family: Lovely wife, June, and two wonderful children, Jay and Michael

Pets: 12-year-old Cocker spaniel, Freckles; and a 13-year-old shelter cat, Lucky

Community affiliations/community service/outside interests: Vietnam veteran, helicopter pilot, local church activities, Habitat for Humanity, So Others Might Eat (SOME), golf, traveling and spending time with family, woodworking and multiple trips to Africa

Last book read: “Critical Mass” by Whitley Strieber

Last movie seen: “Crazy Heart”

What kind of car do you drive? Three Jeeps: two Grand Cherokees and a Liberty; 1975 Triumph Trident Motorcycle

Describe your personal dream house: I live in it now. A comfortable house, in a good and convenient neighborhood in the District with a private, beautiful garden to enjoy and work in.

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