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Kristopher Nelson joins Urban Brokers, LLC

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KrisLandscapedSmallUrban Brokers, LLC is proud to welcome Kristopher Nelson to the Urban Brokers team in a full-time capacity.  Kris will collaborate directly with Broker, Mark Meyerdirk to broaden the firm’s resources and provide first-class service in real estate sales and property management to our clients.

Kris moved to the D.C. Metro area in 1996 and has developed expert knowledge of the region and its many diverse and historically-rich residential neighborhoods and commercial districts.  He developed an interest for architecture and real estate in college coursework and this passion grew stronger after purchasing and renovating his first home in D.C.’s Eckington neighborhood.

Kris brings strong business acumen, dedication, and attention to detail to his career as a real estate agent.  His 13 years of public sector experience at the Library of Congress coupled with his MBA from the University of Maryland have provided him with strong skills in negotiation, marketing, business strategy, finance and the development of client-centric partnerships. He is licensed in Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia.

When Kris isn’t at work helping his clients find their perfect home, he enjoys cooking and entertaining with friends, home improvement projects, gardening, playing his saxophone in local community groups and spending time with his partner and two dogs in their 1925 Sears Kit House in D.C.’s Shepherd Park neighborhood.

Urban Brokers, LLC is a full-service Real Estate Brokerage serving Washington, D.C., Maryland, and Virginia.  The company takes pride in being a boutique firm that provides exceptional service to its clients.  Principal Broker Mark Meyerdirk was recently recognized as a “Platinum Agent” in Washingtonian Magazine’s 2015 Best of D.C. for grossing over $24 million in sales.

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