Kelly Gaitten, Your Real Estate Agent in Loudoun County, Northern Virginia
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Kelly Gaitten has designed this site to assist you in getting all of the information for Real Estate in Loudoun and surrounding areas in one place. You can search the entire MLS from this site quickly and easily and save your searches for your next visit. You can find information on local schools or descriptions of charming towns and cities we call home. Kelly works with wonderful assistants who help her keep things moving on schedule every time.
"My diverse experience helps me assist clients with all facets of buying and selling real estate. From finding the right property, farm or investment property, through inspections right to the closing and beyond. I surround myself with the best lenders, home inspectors, title companies and service persons in the area that I will gladly recommend to you".
Kelly Gaitten earned Top Producer and Top Sales for 2009 in the Hamilton Prudential Office. Let her proven experience and expertise work for you.
Serving Loudoun and all surrounding Counties of Clarke, Prince William, Loudoun County: Leesburg, Waterford, Purcellville, Lincoln, Hillsboro, Bluemont, Middleburg, Hamilton, Round Hill, Paeonian Springs, Chantilly, Ashburn, and the nearby towns of Warrenton in Fauquier, Herndon in Fairfax, Berryville in Clarke and the City of Winchester in Frederick.
Loudoun County, Virginia is one of the most dynamic locations for anyone considering a move or relocation. Just 30 miles from Washington, DC, the scenic countryside of Loudoun is bordered by the Blue Ridge Mountains to the west and the Potomac River to the north. Loudoun is known for it's rich history and strong sense of community. Home to Washington Dulles International Airport, Loudoun has established a reputation as an international center for technology and communications.
Waterford Real Estate
Well into the 20th century most Americans lived and worked on farms or in small towns much like this one. Few of those places remain much as they were. Waterford, miraculously, is one that has retained its historical charm as a village founded in the early 1700s by Amos Janney, a Quaker from Pennsylvania. This quaint village is tucked away just miles northwest of Leesburg. Waterford is a National Historic Landmark and is listed on National Register of Historic Places.
Leesburg Real Estate
Leesburg is easily accessible and one of the most dynamic locations for anyone considering a move or relocation. Just 30 miles from Washington, DC, the scenic countryside is bordered by the Blue Ridge Mountains to the west and the Potomac River to the north.
About Prudential PenFed Realty
Prudential Carruthers Realtors was founded in 1973 by J. Thomas Carruthers. In 1991 his son, J. Thomas Carruthers, III joined him in the business. Together, as part of a strategic growth plan, they have acquired a number of local firms from the Virginia, Maryland and DC areas. This growth strategy included joining Prudential Real Estate Affiliates in 1995.
In November of 2011, Prudential Carruthers and Pen Fed Realty merged and a great union was formed. PenFed Realty, is a wholly owned subsidiary of Pentagon Federal Credit Union.
As Prudential PenFed Realty, we have the power of the Prudential brand and distinctive “Rock” logo. In addition, will be leveraging PenFed’s significant marketing horsepower to include access to its ONE MILLION members and their MILLION plus affinity network. Our buyers will have more financing options with PenFed’s innovative mortgage product line.
The mission of Prudential PenFed Realty is simple: To help people successfully meet their real estate needs by providing superior, professional real estate services, with the highest quality sales associates, who share a passion for service. To achieve this goal, all our efforts will be driven by the following principle:
Customer/Client Focus. Satisfaction and value are the keys to attracting and retaining customers. That’s the bottom line of business… because without customers there is no bottom line.