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About Leslie Woods-Hulse

Leslie Woods-Hulse has been buying and selling Virginia residential and commercial Real Estate in Virginia since 1995.

She is an active member of the Dulles Area Association of Realtors, a Member of the Board of Directors for the Dulles Area Association of Realtors, the Education, The Government affairs and professional standards committees, she active with her Church Parish Life committees as well. She has earned her International Property Specialist Designation and is working with Multicultural clients. She is a Cartus Network Certified Agent, A certified short sale and foreclosure property specialist, A Military Referral agent, A New homes Sales Professional, and has her Masters in Residential Marketing.

She has been active in the equine field from 1965 to 2010

Leslie has resided for over 21 years in Philomont a small community between Middleburg and Purcellville, Virginia where she is active in community events.


Leslie has been known as an agent that will go the extra mile to help all her clients, her letters of recommendations and compliments have given her the reputation of exceeding your expectations.

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