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Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy work together as a team with Washington Fine Properties. They have consistently been recognized by
REAL Trends and U.S. News as the top-producing real estate teams in the U.S.
They are referenced as “Power Brokers” and “Real estate phenoms” in the press and have recently been in the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post,
NY Times, Capitol File, DC Modern Luxury, Washingtonian, Washington Life, Washington Business Journal, the Georgetown Dish, and many more.
While there are over 10,000 real estate agents in DC and the surrounding area, Kimberly and Daryl stand out because of their unique approach to the business. Their dedication and enthusiasm toward their clients is unmatched. They have a reputation for going the extra mile to ensure successful results for their clients. Their reputation for impeccable service and a flair for matching clients with the perfect properties go hand in hand with their vast market knowledge, sharp negotiating skills and cutting edge marketing, which have all led to their impressive sales volume.
In the Press
November 14, 2018
By: BY DIMA WILLIAMS
“It has become the It city,” says Daryl Judy, associate broker and one half of the Kimberly & Daryl Team.
Home prices reflect that desirability. The median home value is nearly $700,000, having jumped by 2.2 percent over the past year. Real estate listing platform Zillow estimates it will shoot up another 2.4 percent over the next 12 months, shaping a median list price per square foot twice as high as that for the Washington-Arlington-Alexandria metro.
Average rent in Arlington clocks a little over $2,000, which almost mirrors the rate in D.C., according to RENTCafe. Most of the new construction here is in the rental realm, said Battle, adding that it is “going to go crazy.” Investors will begin buying on the news that Amazon is moving in, ushering the first vestiges of price uptick, he said.
As more and more residents are set to flood the market over the foreseeable future, worries are starting to surface in both Arlington and Long Island City. Traffic is a major one—its magnitude could even overweigh any real estate advancements, Denham said. In Arlington, water taxis may absorb some of the brunt, Judy said. In Queens, DeCurtis said that congestion—on the streets, in schools, in parking lots and in various amenities—might prompt politicians to enact infrastructural updates.
And yet, the pains of growth, realtors in both locales agree, might well be worth the exalted profile that comes with housing one of the world’s most prolific companies.
November 15, 2018
Where: 1313 R St. NW, #1
How much: $2,095,000
When: Sunday, November 18 from 1 to 4 PM
Why: New construction in Logan Circle comes with three bedrooms, three-and-a-half baths, a super sleek kitchen, spa-grade baths, and three outdoor areas: a deck, patio, and private terrace.
November 1, 2018
James and Jamie Coss spent nine months looking for a home that was close to work, a grocery store and a gym.
In December 2015, they bought a three-level condo on the third floor of a vintage 1895 townhouse near Logan Circle for $1,289,000 that checked all of the boxes. A desire to change a bathtub in the master bathroom started a chain reaction that would eventually make being near a gym irrelevant.
The couple had been renting an apartment at CityCenterDC in Northwest Washington for a year, and they were ready for something larger and more permanent. James Coss, 35, is a tax attorney for a large accounting firm with offices in the District. He used proximity to a grocery store as a real-estate compass to guide them to their new home.
“I subscribe to the Whole Foods theory of real estate,” James said. “Once they build one, the neighborhood will be full of yuppies for the next several decades. Selling your home will also be easier, because Whole Foods has put their stamp of approval on it.”
July 13, 2018
Newspapers tucked behind a mirror above the living room fireplace led Connie Rath to surmise that her stately red brick Victorian in Logan Circle might be older than she had been told. When she was having the plaster around the mirror painted, some of it crumbled, revealing newspapers from 1869. However, the date on the permit to build the house on file with the city is May 1883. The 14-year difference is a mystery, but perhaps those thrifty builders saved their newspapers.
The house was designed by noted Washington architect Glenn Brown for Thomas P. Simpson, a patent attorney and scion of a prominent Washington family. Simpson’s grandfather came to Washington in 1783 and was clerk of works, a sort of deputy to the architect of the Capitol and White House. His uncle Walter Lenox was mayor of Washington and a regent of the Smithsonian Institution.
June 18, 2018
Check out the Cribline’s Luxury House Pick of the Week, an eight (8) bedroom, six and a half (6.5) bathroom mansion in Logan Circle with major rental potential.
Originally built in 1880 and located at 1324 Vermont Avenue NW, you have the main house with 5BR/3.5BA, two separate rental units, and carriage house for a total of nearly 5,000 square feet of prime rentable real estate.
This pristine home has been renovated to retain its soaring ceilings, hardwood floors and beautiful mill-work. Its many other features include a gourmet kitchen, large private patio, separate dining room, grand foyer, and four (4) fireplaces. Abundant storage, lots of natural light, parking and a well manicured garden in front make this a must-see. Shown by appointment only.