Mary Jo Nash has been a top-selling real estate agent in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area for over two decades. She has lived in Washington since 1967 and is licensed in D.C., Maryland, and Virginia.
Mary Jo consistently generates a high volume of sales for the Chevy Chase/Uptown Office of Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc. She negotiates intense real estate transactions involving high-level financial issues between buyers and sellers on a regular basis, while explaining complicated contractual issues to clients with a clarity that they understand and appreciate. That is why many of her clients use her multiple times and refer her to all of their family and friends.
Mary Jo has been awarded Long & Foster’s Outstanding Service Award for 18 consecutive years. She believes that it is critical to give back to the community and help others in need. Her passion for giving back, education, and teaching in general (she has over twelve years of teaching experience in Washington, D.C.) allows her to educate her clients about the intricate details of buying and selling homes. Her love of teaching also enables her to be direct about what will work for them and more importantly, why some homes may not work for them. She is in the business for one reason: to make people happy in their new homes.
Mary Jo is a member of the National Association of REALTORS and has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Speech and Drama from Barry University in Miami, Florida. She lives in Wesley Heights in Washington with her husband, Bob, and has two children and two grandchildren.