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404 Pine Street S.e. Suite 203 , Vienna - VA 22180

About Marta Nazario

Marta has worked in the real estate industry since 2005. She decided to join Engel & Völkers, Tysons because of the brokerage’s alignment with her own values. Engel & Völkers
experienced advisors are passionate about fulfilling the most demanding property requests.


Engel & Völkers believes in taking care of their client’s property needs on an individual basis
with the utmost professionalism.
As an experienced Realtor, Marta is passionate about negotiating on behalf of her clients to ensure their desired outcome. She enjoys establishing relationships, locating the precise home for buyers, and connecting buyers and sellers. Marta believes communication is a key factor in every real estate transaction, and she will personally guide you through the process of finding
your next home. She believes in delivering informed, targeted and reliable assistance to all
prospective home owners.


Marta was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico. She joined the military after graduating from college
and was a Maryland resident until she got married and moved to Northern Virginia. Marta and her family have lived in the Washington DC Metropolitan area for over 30 years. Her daughter attended the local schools in Fairfax County and now attends the University of Michigan. Marta stays active in the local schools and is a Virginia High School Gymnastics Judge. Her ties to the
community make her intimately familiar with all aspects of NOVA living, from the school systems to traffic patterns (commuting times), and everything in between.
In her spare time, Marta enjoys the outdoors, good food, and watching sports, especially gymnastics.


Marta is Broker Price Opinion (BPO), Military Relocation Program (MRP) and Accredited Buyer
Specialist (ABR) certified.

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