- The Washington Times - Thursday, February 24, 2011

Name: Mickey Glassman

Company: Re/Max Premier

Address: 13135 Lee Jackson Highway, No. 115, Fairfax, VA 22033

Phone: 703/464-0979

Fax: 703/464-7093

E-mail: [email protected]

Website: www.mickeyglassman.com

Year started: 1986

How did you get started in real estate? Real estate was important to me as a young adult purchasing my own first property. I decided to learn more about it and took classes and realized I became passionate! It is very rewarding helping others realize their goals or dreams in the real estate world.

How long with the current company? More than three years

Licenses and designations: Realtor, associate broker, accredited buyers representative, accredited staging professional, certified distressed property expert

Associations: Northern Virginia Association of Realtors

Awards: Life member NVAR Top Producer, RE/MAX Platinum Club

Greatest accomplishment in the past 12 months: Taking the Glassman Group to the next level

Area of specialty: After 25 years in the real estate business, I am experienced and knowledgeable in all of the counties and locales within Northern Virginia.

Highest-priced home sold: $1,700,000

Most memorable house: I find after selling more than 1,100 homes in my career, numerous homes have been “special” to be involved with. It is impossible to single out just one. It is always memorable to help my clients achieve their housing and real estate goals. What is very special is having client-friend relationships with so many from as long as 25 years ago.

Worst experience buying or selling a house: When I locked my lockbox key in the house and had to sit on the curb until I could get an assistant to arrive to let me back in - but I have the feeling this happens to many Realtors

Pets: Kitty cats! I have Rudy and Zoe, but you never know when a new little kitten can steal my heart and home.

Education: Bachelor’s degrees in psychology and art history from George Washington University, and I was awarded a full fellowship to George Washington University, where I earned a master’s degree in art history.

Community service and outside interests: Children’s Miracle Network is a special place to make donations to. I am an avid golfer and not bad at it. Reading, art, horseback riding and spending time with family and friends is also a very important part of my life. I sang professionally and managed my own wedding band for more than 20 years. In fact, in the wake of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, the Northern Virginia Board of Realtors contacted me to open up the NVAR convention and sing several patriotic songs, which I was more than happy to do. It was very moving, and I was honored to accommodate and lend my (singing) voice.

Last book read: “Cross Fire” by James Patterson

Last movie seen: “Australia”; what a great movie

What kind of car do you drive? My white Lincoln Aviator is adorned with my advertising and photo.

Describe your personal dream house: I live in it, my condo in the sky

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