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About Renee McElrath

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When you want a delicate touch and attention to detail in your next real estate adventure, be sure to contact Renee McElrath of NextHome Capital City Realty. Renee is a Native Washingtonian, and has thorough knowledge of the area, the local market, and everything the DMV has to offer. She knows the neighborhoods well, is a subject matter expert in contracts and negotiations, and is multi-faceted in handling and working with all players and components of a real estate transaction.

Renee's respected reputation has been built on her sincerity, breadth of knowledge, unwavering honesty, insightful talent, and strong work ethic. Renee can serve as your buyer's agent or seller's agent, and she works with both residential and investors. She is committed to providing all clients with the tools and knowledge necessary to reach the best real estate decision possible for each situation.

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