Contact details

7801 Wisconsin Ave. , Bethesda - MD 20707
Office: 1-240-354-7777

Text agent

Facebook Twitter Linkedin Instagram

About Wilma Rochelle McFadden

Wilma Rochelle McFadden is a fitness professional who is now a full-time realtor in the DC Metropolitan area with the desire to help others with all their real estate needs. Thus began her mission to make the home buying and selling process an easy and friendly one for all.

Wilma's services are based on the foundation of honesty, loyalty to clients and the zeal to get them the best deal always. With these firm values, she has accumulated the trust of several clients she has had the pleasure of dealing with. Currently a licensed realtor with Keller Williams Capital Properties, she upholds the values of the establishment to transform lives, careers, and communities through real estate. She does not just strive to get you the best deals; she makes sure that you are well educated on the trends of the real estate market, mistakes to avoid and how to achieve the home you have always dreamed of.

The bottom line remains the fact that she strives to make sure her clients always leave with a smile on their face, having met their goal of finding the perfect home. Therefore, if you are looking for a realtor who is outgoing and has a friendly personality, will take time to put you through the home buying process, has extensive knowledge on real estate, educate you on the right steps to take, listen to you and not just focus on her decisions, look no further than Wilma McFadden.

Wilma Rochelle McFadden
Keller Williams Capital Properties

Keller Williams Capital Properties

Wilma Rochelle McFadden



I SPEAK:

English flag
English
 
 

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

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 ...

Agent Advice

Real Estate Trends In St. Petersburg Florida

Real Estate Trends In St. Petersburg Florida

The real estate trends are constantly changing throughout the market as the market itself is influenced by outside factors. These factors can be anything from the presidential elections to a global pandemic. The way in which they affect the real estate market depends on how much the factors impact the market itself. For example, during the 2008 economic crisis, while ...

 

Real Estate Glossary Terms

  • Building Setback

    Municipal ordinance stating the distance from a curb or property line where the building of a structure is prohibited. Also states the distances from a boundary line where construction is permitted. Building setbacks are intended to provide access space and/or preserve environmental character. ...

  • Over-improvement

    Land improvement that is more extensive than the surrounding neighborhood justifies or that can be economically warranted. For example, an individual builds a home with a higher construction cost than the neighborhood's average assessed valuation. A further example is the construction of a commercia ...

  • Royalty

    Monies paid to use property, such as the use of natural resource extractions. The royalty payment is typically based upon some percentage of the income or fee for substances generated from the use of such property. ...

  • New York Insurance Code

    Standard for insurance regulation in New York State and a model for insurance regulation elsewhere. For example, the standard fire policy was first adopted in New York State. Similarly, following the Armstrong investigation, the New York Insurance Code of 1906 became a model for cleaning up life ins ...

  • Unemployment Compensation

    Money paid through state and federal programs to workers who are temporarily unemployed. The program, which was created by the social security act of 1935, is managed by the individual states, which decide the level of benefits that will be paid and assess a payroll tax on employers to pay for the p ...

Real Estate FAQ

Wilma Rochelle McFadden Wilma Rochelle McFadden Testimonials

 

Find us