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Fast Company: How the founders of Glossier and Compass built their companies around their customers

At the Fast Company Innovation Festival, Glossier CEO Emily Weiss and Compass CEO Robert Reffkin discuss how they’re using tech to support their workforces and enhance their customer experience.


CNBC: Brokerage Compass starts offering an easier, less expensive way to get a bridge loan

Compass is offering to help connect its clients with vetted lenders who can provide bridge loans more easily, and thereby give buyers the financial flexibility to make the down payment without having sold their existing home.


Bethesda Magazine: Home Experts Profile

Widely recognized as the premier real estate professional in the Washington metropolitan area, Marc is a seasoned industry leader and top Realtor with over 36 years of incomparable experience and service.

The Washington Post: Real estate agencies put the spotlight on staging

Staging is a crucial step in the home-selling process. Even minor touch-ups and decorations can go a long way in getting a home sold quickly and for the best possible price.


UrbanTurf: Conservatory Kitchens and Bowling Alleys: What $5 Million Buys in the DC Area

A Bowling Alley, A Theater and A Custom-Built Home in Potomac


The Washington Post: D.C. area’s most expensive homes sold in 2018

The Potomac River estate known as Merrywood was the childhood home of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis.


UrbanTurf: From Game Room to Safe Room, Inside DC’s $15 Million Palace of Happiness

A home carrying a $15 million price tag in DC should check a lot of boxes for the luxury buyer, and there is a new listing in Forest Hills that does just that.


Fast Company: The “for sale” sign gets its first major makeover in nearly 50 years

The real estate unicorn Compass, worth $2.2 billion, wants to connect front-lawn signage to the digital world.


UrbanTurf: DC’s $20 Million Former Cafritz Mansion Finds a Buyer

It has been quite a week for the upper stratosphere of the luxury home market in the DC area.  It has been quite a week for the upper stratosphere of the luxury home market in the DC area.  Eighteen months after being listed for $20 million — and over a year after a $2 million price […]


The Washington Post: Where We Live – A century-old Bethesda home that values its privacy

One of the original estates in Edgemoor, this 1913 home was given a grand update in 2013.

Edgewood, as it was then called, was one of the first residential neighborhoods in Bethesda created by a local development company.