Investment Property, New Construction, Works With First Time Home Buyers, Specializes in Relocations, Rentals, Foreclosure, Short Sales, REO Properties, Senior Living, Resale Residential, Historic Homes, Suburban Living, Condominiums, Eco-friendly Design and Construction, Water Front, Serving The Military, Associate Broker
Nathan Carnes is Vice President and Associate Broker for W.C.& A.N. Miller Realtors’ Chevy Chase office - A Long & Foster Co. He has been a licensed agent in Washington D.C. for over34 years;he joinedW.C. & A.N.Miller Realtors in 2000. Thecompany mergedwith Long & Foster in 2007- for 10 years W.C. & A.N. Miller was part of the Long & Foster Companies - in 2019, the W.C. & A. Miller name was released and the Long & Foster Chevy Chase Miller office became a fullfledge Long & Foster Company(Long & Foster was purchased by Berkshire/Hathway's Home Services division in the Fall of 2017 - the Long & Foster Brand has not changed but the firm is now owned by Home Services of America)
In 2001, Nathan was nominated and elected to the Board of Directors of the Greater Capital Area Association of Realtors in 2001 (GCAAR); he served in that capacity for four years. Nathan has alsoserved on the nominating committee for GCAAR, as a member of the Professional Standards Grievance committee, and led many other board-related activities. Nathanwas theTreasurer of the Washington D.C. Association of Realtors in 2008 and became President ofWDCAR in 2009.Hethen served a 2 year termon the Board of Directors for the National Association of Realtors (Risk Management Committee) Mr. Carnes is an active supporter and volunteer for Habitat for Humanity and Manna Housing Inc. He also provides valuable financial and volunteer support for numerous neighborhood schools including Wilson High School, Deal Junior High, Lafayette, Murch, Janney and The Cleveland Elementary School. Nathan’s passion for coaching and teaching comes naturally. His father was a Sociology Professor and his mother a music teacher and Church Choir Director. Nathan excels in motivating agents to focus on developing their business. "A concise, well written business plan is the critical component to succeeding in real estate sales," Nathan says, when asked what he does to get his agents up-and-running;he is expertin contract negotiations andconflict resolution.
Born and raised in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, Nathan graduated from the University of North Carolina in 1985 with a B.A. in Psychology (and a minor in Political Science. Nathan’s love of Washington D.C. architecture and cultural diversity is what led him to begin his career in real estate sales. He has lived in many different parts of the city, from Capitol Hill to Adams Morgan to Barnaby Woods. Nathan currently resides in Wakefield, D.C.with his wife Kelly and his two children, Jason and Haley.