With uncommon expertise, integrity, and commitment, Emily Mintz serves first-time homebuyers, seniors leaving their long-time home settings, investors, and other buyers and sellers in Montgomery County, Maryland. Her extensive up-to-the-minute knowledge of real estate technology, modern marketing techniques, and keen negotiating skills serve her clients in buying and selling with the best possible outcomes. A former architect, Emily has a sensitivity to the unique opportunities within each property and is deeply committed to assisting her clients who are interested in energy savings, conservation, and environmental issues. Certified as an Ecosociate by the Association of Energy and Environmental Real Estate Professionals, EcoBroker International, she has achieved the highest designation for "green" real estate professionals and can offer advice and resources in navigating the complex issues of energy efficiency, conservation of resources, and air quality as they apply to real estate decisions. She actively pursues advancements in real estate education and technology, having taught the licensing courses required by the State of Maryland for new real estate agents. She holds advanced Realtor designations in technology, GRI (Graduate, Realtor Institute), and environmental issues. She received a B.A. from Columbia University and completed a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Maryland in 1980. A thirty-six year resident of Montgomery County, she began her real estate sales career in 1983, serving her customers and clients in the most professional, creative, and well-informed manner possible. Among her many awards for service and achievement is the lifetime membership in Long & Foster Realtors Chairmans Club for sales production. All of these skills are applied daily to the diligent promotion of her clients' interests. She will be delighted to supply references.
Specialties and Designations
Investment Property, New Construction, Works With First Time Home Buyers, Associate Broker