Contact details

605 Pennsylvania Ave, SE , Washington - DC 20003
Office: 1-202-413-5377

About John Parker

I often say I’m not in the business of real estate, but in the business of making dreams come true. That doesn’t mean finding houses for a buyer or getting the highest amount of money for the seller. Not exclusively, at least. It’s much more than that: it’s caring for their needs, understanding their anxieties, predicting potential pitfalls and basically looking for ways to make the uncertain process of buying or selling a house not only easier, but more enjoyable. In the end, my goal as a Real Estate Agent is to facilitate things for my clients turning a lengthy and complex transaction into a pleasing memory.

Sure, my marketing abilities come in handy – especially in this ever-changing world with new digital trends popping up daily – but my main strength is my credibility. I’ve been working hard on this asset ever since I got my license. I’m constantly studying the market because when my client asks me something I have to have the correct response at the tip of my tongue. I have not only a fiduciary responsibility to my client but also a moral one. So, transparency is really important in my book because, to me, Real Estate is not only about properties and money. It’s about people. I never take for granted the fact that people are trusting me not with their house or apartment; but their home. I take that responsibility seriously and put on a (fair) fight for them.
Over time I have earned the respect and recognition of this community that I love so much. Together with my family, that’s my most prized possession. A dream come true. Remember I said I was in the business of making dreams come true? Well, I don’t intend on waking up from this one. So you can count on me to make your dream come true because by doing so I'll be living a dream of my own. Let’s dream together!

John Parker

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

John Parker


 
 

Contact Agent

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

My credentials


Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO)
REALTOR®
The Multiple Listing Service Mark
 
RealEstateAgent.com member badge

Real Estate Advice


 

Homebuyer Tips

Living In Tucson Pros And Cons

Living In Tucson Pros And Cons

If you want to experience the authentic feel of the Southwest then Tucson, AZ is the city for you. Located a mere hour away from the Mexican border, this metropolis has ranches and cattle drives to remind you of the beauty of the Old West, while resort hotels, restaurants and healing spas are setting new trends in the Tucson way of life. The people who live here seem to ...

Homebuyer Tips

Timeshare Units - Owning A Property Part-time Or Full Time

Timeshare Units - Owning A Property Part-time Or Full Time

Timeshares have been a huge success in the US for a few decades, starting in 1965, when the first hotel-condominium was built in Hawaii. How did timeshares come into being? Well, real estate developers who wanted to speed up the sale of their condos invented partial ownership and thought of selling the right to live in their apartments for one week every year. The ...

Homebuyer Tips

Waterfront Properties For Sale In Pasadena, MD

Waterfront Properties For Sale In Pasadena, MD

There are many places where you can find the most amazing waterfront properties in the U.S. but let’s take a look at the options available in Maryland. Between the Patapsco and Magothy Rivers, you will find the small town of Pasadena, MD with its many estuaries that offer countless possibilities for properties down by the river, but not only. Looking for ...

Homebuyer Tips

Living In Cape Coral Florida

Living In Cape Coral Florida

When people start talking about Florida they mostly focus on Orlando, Miami, maybe Naples or The Villages if they are focused on places to retire, but most overlook Cape Coral, FL. There are many reasons why people do this as it isn’t a major city in Florida, but far more reasons why they shouldn’t. Located in Southwestern Florida, the city of Cape Coral, ...

Homebuyer Tips

Living In Charlotte, NC Pros And Cons

Living In Charlotte, NC Pros And Cons

The most populous city of North Carolina, Charlotte is also the county seat for the county of Mecklenburg. The city is considered to be a relatively new city that is still developing as many of the people living in Charlotte, NC aren’t sure if that’s a pro or a con. Its population is still growing having surpassed 873,000 residents as of 2018 which is also ...

 

Real Estate Glossary Terms

  • Performance Bond

    A bond, also known as a completion bond, given by a contractor and issued by an insurance company to guarantee the completion of contracted work. Public authorities often require a performance bond prior to granting a contract for work to be completed. ...

  • Rehabilitation Tax Credit

    Special tax incentive for the continued use and rehabilitation of historical buildings and old structures in an effort to arrest urban decay. Developers receive a credit based on a percentage of the cost they incur rehabilitating these structures. ...

  • Sewer

    Drain facility usually underground for waste and water disposal consisting on connected pipes. ...

  • Suburban

    Description of an area that is located at the outskirts of a city composed primarily of residential units. The city frequently provides employment, cultural activities, and other support services for the suburban commuters. ...

  • Liability, Personal Exposures

    Acts or omissions that result in suits against an individual and/or residents of the individual's household for actual or imagined bodily injury and/or property damage to a third party. Exposures include: ownership, use, and possession of property concerning: trespass the obligation is not to rend ...

John Parker John Parker Testimonials

 

Find us


Service areas