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About Tara D. Thompson

Hi, I am Tara D. Thompson. I am a licensed sales associate in Maryland and Virginia. I am a full-time agent with CENTURY 21, specializing in military relocation, new construction and buyer and seller representation. My 15+ year career has been very rewarding, assisting first-time homebuyers, military transferees, down-sizing seniors and an array of other clients. Each and every one has been a unique experience, which drives me to stay knowledgeable, tech-savvy and efficient.

Becoming a Military Relocation Professional has been one of my most rewarding accomplishments. Given the opportunity to give back to our service members and veterans by assisting them with housing solutions and military benefits. My goal is to make the transfer easier, faster and less stressful.

I am a native of Maryland, currently residing in Southern Maryland. I married my best friend, Maurice, 23 years ago. I am very passionate about serving my clients and I love my job, but family is always first! We are currently getting acclimated to an empty nest.

Tara D. Thompson
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Certified Distressed Property Expert Designation (CDPE)
Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO)
Military Relocation Professional (MRP)
REALTOR®
The Multiple Listing Service Mark
 
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