Tim believes in the power of place — from land and buildings to blocks and alleys. It’s the tradition in which he was raised in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, where his family has been ever since the Funk deed was issued by William Penn’s sons, Richard and Thomas. And it’s a passion he first pursued with the purchase and management of 12 apartments. Real estate investment became a side project when he moved to DC in 2003, then eventually a full-time career in residential real estate brokerage in 2010.
Tim has been involved in over 800 real estate transactions in DC, Maryland, and Virginia. His energy, enthusiasm, and love for people make him a guide for buyers and sellers who offers rich vision and deep wisdom.
Tim serves on the board of Sacred Spaces Conservancy. He enjoys raising his three boys with Erin on Capitol Hill.
Erin hails from the Pacific Northwest, where she was raised in a big family of free-spirited originalists by her artist mother and scientist father. Their influence profoundly shaped the way she approaches homes.
Over the past 15 years, Erin has brought creative vision to life through every detail of the homes she works in — from total remodel projects and landscape design to home staging and rental property management. Erin delights in any thoughtfully curated space, whether it’s a seafood counter, the lobby of the hottest new hotel, or a salvage warehouse.
She fell in love with DC for being a city that’s just big enough and very livable, with access to hiking and mountain biking trails just a quick trip across the river. Some of her favorite things include houses with good bones, radiant heat, nonfiction, vintage kimonos, most outdoor sports, raising boys, and lately, beekeeping.
Ryan grew up in southeast Missouri, the sixth generation on his family’s farm. As a teenager, he gleaned a love for architecture and design from his grandfather who worked as an engineer for over 50 years. That passion only grew through studies in property development and management, design, and remodeling.
Before moving to DC, Ryan helped a series of small companies and nonprofits across the nation realize and achieve their true potential — from California to Mississippi, Chicago to Dallas. Working in such a variety of contexts taught Ryan the importance of finding home wherever you land.
A new job landed Ryan in DC, where he found both his wife, Stacy, and an unexpected love for the city which has become the place for their family to plant their roots. He loves to help others find the treasures held within the DC housing market and connect families with their sense of home.
Tyler draws inspiration from the elegant craftsmanship and traditional silhouettes of Chestnut Hill, the historic Philadelphia neighborhood where she was raised. Her mother instilled in her, from an early age, the tenets of stewardship and what it means to honor the soul of a home.
A lifelong fascination with making combined with a passion for aesthetics propelled Tyler through fine art programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels. When her studies brought her to DC, she fell in love with the city’s layered history, vibrant neighborhoods and unique architectural style. Tyler approaches design and project management as an opportunity to solve creative puzzles and to share in a collaborative vision.
When she is not on work sites or dreaming up design ideas, you can find her building sculptures, exploring National Historic Sites, and diving into Agatha Christie novels.
Ann is originally from Mobile, Alabama. She went to College in Dallas, Texas and has been a resident of Capitol Hill in NE DC since 2005. Ann is married with three children (plus an adorable golden doodle) who are always busy enjoying the endless activities and events that are daily happenings in Washington, D.C. Ann’s kids prefer metro to the car, and parks to a back yard, having lived on Capitol Hill their whole lives. Ann participates in her community by serving on school and community boards, as well as volunteering with charities that serve the most vulnerable.
Ann has worked in the field of international education since 1996. Ann taught for three years in Monterrey Mexico, where she was immersed in Mexican culture and learned to speak Spanish fluently. She also spent some time in Ireland, Spain, Chile, and the United States working in education. After moving to the DC metro area in 2004, Ann worked for an international economic think tank which afforded her a great deal of interaction with thinkers and business leaders from around the world, and helped her deepen her understanding of international relations. Ann has worked with hundreds of families in the Capitol Hill area for ten years, helping them manage life with their au pairs through her role as a Senior LCC for a State-Department approved agency.
Since 2015 Ann has been servicing clients in real estate for both listing and buying primary homes, investment, being a landlord and managing. Short term and vacation homes, as well 1031Exchanges. She blogs about DC city living on her Facebook page City Life DC. And Instagram @anncitylifedc
Ann is a master of resources and problem solving when it comes to living in a metro area. She has a passion for helping guide her clients to achieve the lifestyle goals they desire through selling or purchasing a home, in the right place, at the right time, and for the right price! Home buying and selling can be very stressful, and having Ann as your guide and advocate will keep you calm under pressure and ease your concerns with her expert advice.