Brian Block is the Managing Broker / Branch Vice President of the Arlington & McLean, Virginia offices of RE/MAX Allegiance.
Brian Block looks forward to helping you with your next real estate transaction. He possesses unique personal and professional qualifications to lead and grow his business at RE/MAX Allegiance. In addition to being a Virginia Real Estate Broker, Brian holds the Accredited Buyer Representative (ABR), Certified Residential Specialist (CRS), Graduate Realtors Institute (GRI), Seniors Real Estate Specialists (SRES), and the ePRO Certification of Internet Professionalism (ePRO) designations based on hundreds of hours of formal classroom study and proven sales in real estate. Brian is also a licensed, practicing Virginia Attorney. Although he no longer practices law full-time, he uses his in-depth knowledge of real estate law, contracts, and sharp negotiating skills to benefit his many real estate clients.
Brian graduated from the University of Pennsylvania and got his law degree at George Mason Law School in Arlington. After working for several law firms in D.C., Brian has been actively involved in residential real estate sales with RE/MAX in the Northern Virginia area. Brian is actively involved in the community serving in high leadership positions in several charitable, fraternal, and business organizations. He is widely respected as a results-oriented real estate professional who cares about the Northern Virginia region!
Brian is licensed in Virginia and Washington D.C. and primarily serves clients looking to buy or sell homes in Washington D.C., Arlington, Alexandria, Falls Church, and Fairfax County. Brian works with many first-time homebuyers and enjoys educating them about the homebuying process. In addition, with the heavy influx of military into the D.C. area, Brian takes special pride in assisting with military relocations to the area, including the following installations: The Pentagon, Fort Myer, Fort Belvoir, Andrews Air Force Base, and Quantico Marines Corps Base.
Brian lives in Alexandria with his wife, who runs a highly successful ballroom dance business. Together, they enjoy dancing, exercise, reading, martial arts, and travel. Brian successfully ran the 2004 Marine Corps Marathon.
INFORMATION ABOUT NORTHERN VIRGINIA:
ALEXANDRIA -- George Washington made Alexandria his home -- maybe you should too!! From the thriving, historic, waterfront community of Old Town Alexandria to the gorgeous estates near Mount Vernon, Alexandria offers myriad cultural activities, great schools and colonial charm. Fantastic restaurants, theaters, and shopping abound. The pleasant small town feeling and lifestyle, great public schools, plentiful job opportunities and strong economic base combined with the area's rich history make Alexandria a wonderful place for your family to live. The United States Patent and Trademark Office moved over 7,100 employees from Crystal City to a new facility on Eisenhower Avenue, thus spurring the growth on the western end of Old Town. Alexandria is ranked as one of the top "Big Cities for Doing Business" in the U.S. and is ranked among the nation's "Best Cities for Women" by Ladies Home Journal Magazine. Some famous Alexandria landmarks include the George Washington Masonic National Memorial which towers over OldTown, Robert E. Lee’s boyhood home, and Gadsby’s Tavern. Alexandria’s public high school, T.C. Williams was featured in the movie “Remember the Titans.”
Popular Alexandria communities include: Del Ray, Old Town Alexandria, Cameron Station, Carlyle Towers, and Watergate at Landmark condos.
ARLINGTON -- Arlington is a wonderfully diverse community just across the river from our nation's capital. Great schools, numerous public parks and monuments, easy commutes, and tons of shopping and a fine mix of multi-cultural dining make Arlington an ideal place to call home. The neighborhoods range from urban highrise condominiums to historic and unique homes. Enjoy a close-in suburban lifestyle while taking advantages of the resources of D.C. and Arlington. Transportation around Arlington is made easy by the metro area's top-notch Metro bus and subway system. Lively bars whose happy hours attract well-dressed young professionals are situated alongside hip clubs where loyal regulars can enjoy the local arts and music scene. Arlington's world-class shopping includes major retailers such as Macy's and Nordstrom as well as hundreds of unique and interesting stores of all sizes throughout the neighborhoods and large malls. Business is booming in Arlington with many technology firms, government agencies, foundations and other organizations making Arlington their headquarters.Arlington is an ideal place to live if you work in or around D.C. and wish to take advantage of everything the metro-D.C. area offers. Arlington has it all!
Make sure to read Why You Should Purchase Your Next Home in Arlington, Virginia where I wrote a description of Arlington that may even entice a Hollywood superstar to move here.
You can contact Brian Block at Brian@BrianBlock.com.
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