Alison

Alison Ross Tompkins (The A.R.T. of Real Estate) has been working with clients to Buy and Sell residential real estate full time now for nearly 10 years.  She is a Leading DC area Real Estate Agent dedicated to the Satellite industry.  In support of this Industry much of her time is spent utilizing her skills as a Professional “Stager” to assist property owners in presenting their homes for sale in the best possible way.  As a Seniors Real Estate Specialist, Alison guides and assists those over 50, through the “Right-sizing” process, as they begin to enter their third stage of life.

Alison is licensed in MD, DC and VA and her area of expertise covers the close-in Metropolitan area. She brings to her clients high integrity, attention to detail and a keen knowledge of all aspects of the real estate business.  Continued referrals from friends and former clients is the highest complement of all.  Thank you to all of those friends and clients for your continuous support.

A quote from Alison “The ART of Real Estate”
“I will change what worked yesterday for what excels today, thereby enabling my clients to jump into what awaits them tomorrow. ”

Alison holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Richmond, VA. with an emphasis on Marketing.  She is also a Commissioned Officer in the U.S. Army Reserves.   Her outside interests include Tennis, Dance, Music, Golf, Photography.


Member of the USTA and GWTA; local Tennis Associations.
Women’s Nationals 4.5 Final Four in 2008.
Pyle and Whitman High School Volunteer.  Member Bretton Woods Country Club.

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