05 Feb Jaretta Buckholtz
Licensed in DC, MD, and VA:
My 13-year career in the United States Army and my continued work through 2004 with the FBI, DHS and DEA has helped me develop a work ethic as a real estate professional that has allowed me to attain the skills that I believe make me extremely effective in any situation and under any market condition. I pride myself on my attention to detail, my unwavering standard of honesty and integrity, and for always putting my clients’ best interests first and foremost. Given that a home is likely their most significant asset, I believe that the people who work with me deserve straight talk, unparalleled service and an incredible real estate experience. I consider complete and compassionate honesty, along with unwavering integrity, to be my standard – so are passion and patience.
My personal philosophy is that the best real estate experience starts by building a solid bond with my clients that is based on mutual trust and effective communication. Every buyer or seller has unique needs and concerns, and my role in the relationship is to help identify and subsequently address each of them to make the process both profitable and enjoyable. My local market expertise and knowledge of the community benefits my clients whether they are serious about buying or selling a home at this time, or whether they are simply interested in learning more about their options. In short, helping others achieve their goal of home ownership makes me very happy!
In addition to being a proud Army veteran, I am a member of the Prince William County Association of REALTORS® and a resident of the Northern Virginia area since 2001. I hold a master’s degree in Business Administration and Human Resources Management from Webster University and a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Chaminade University.