Carol Carder | Real Estate Agent | Long & Foster


Born in the University of Virginia Hospital, raised in this community, and fully engaged in all aspects of Charlottesville, Carol Cooper Carder is a true Charlottesville native. In 2008, after an extended career with the University of Virginia School of Medicine, Carol decided to fulfill a life long passion and pursue a career in Real Estate. During her career at UVA she welcomed hundreds of new medical and research faculty, residents and staff to the Charlottesville area. With her true sense of Southern hospitality, Carol was instrumental in helping newcomers find homes, physicians, babysitters, schools and community event information. Real Estate is a fitting career for her skill set and warm personality. Carol’s experience in both commercial and residential design and renovation have provided her with a unique perspective that surely helps her clients in building and purchasing their homes. Carol’s innovative history in marketing and advertising coupled with her strong business background and genuine love for helping others creates a wonderful combination for a successful career in Real Estate and home building. Carol has won many Real Estate Awards and continues to be a Top Producer in the area.

Carol’s love of the community is evident as an avid community leader through her many years of volunteer services and fund raising for several area non-profit organizations.

Carol and her husband John have 2 grown children and live in Albemarle County. In addition to spending time with her family and playing with her 3 adorable granddaughters, Carol enjoys volunteer work, home design and renovations, cooking and traveling.

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Carol Carder

Long & Foster Historic Downtown Charlottesville, VA - Realty
813 East Jefferson Street
Charlottesville, VA 22902
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