Jeanne Livingston has been a broker in Washington,D.C.,Maryland and Virginia, since 1973, when she joined the Washington boutique firm of J.F.Begg Inc., which specialized in fine residential properties in the greater metropolitan area. She rose to become the firm's senior vice-president in the late 1970's and was consistently ranked among the topmost producers for Begg. Mrs. Livingston continued her excellent sales record after Begg was acquired by Long and Foster (now exclusive local affiliates of Christie's International).Born in Paris, multilingual, and widely experienced in Europe as a result of earlier U.S. foreign service postingswith her family, she well comprehends the ramifications and complexities of relocation. She has been entrusted with the sale of properties ranging from in-town estates to waterfront farms, condominiums in town and single-family homes in the suburbs. These have included the highest-end estates in Washington, such as that of Katharine Graham, the late publisher of The Washington Post, and Evermay, a magnificentearly American mansion surrounded by3.5 acres offlowering gardens,atop Georgetown. Mrs. Livingstongraduated with honors from Harvard University's Radcliffe College and received an M.A. from Columbia University. She is married with two children.She has continued to dedicate herself unstintingly to her calling - to meet every requirement of sophisticated, motivated, and price-conscious clients in the Washington area's demanding real estate market.