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Heather Bennett

Compass
3001 Washington Blvd., Suite 400
Arlington Virginia 22201
22201
heather.bennett@compass.com

What sets you apart from the competition?

With fifteen years’ experience and an adaptive personality, I’m well versed in successfully navigating the never ending changes in the real estate industry using the latest technology and trends to achieve my clients’ real estate goals. I do all that I can to provide them a competitive edge. I understand that the best way to face today’s challenges and demands is the ability to change with the market and the economy. I recently joined Compass, a real estate company with a purpose, which pairs the industry’s top talent with technology to make the search and sell experience intelligent and seamless. Our mission is to help everyone find their place in the world. I accomplish that by getting to know my clients on a personal basis. Everyone is unique and I try to learn exactly what it is that makes them unique. Once I’ve done that, it’s simply a matter of helping them determine the best strategy to achieve their real estate dreams.

What brings you the most satisfaction in the work you do?

Simply put, customer satisfaction is very important to me. I’ll go above and beyond to help my clients achieve their goals. They are moving through life, pursuing their dreams and objectives, and they trust me to help them along their path. Working together, our goals are the same—finding them a home that brings them joy and fits within their budget or selling their current home so they can move on to their next chapter. I firmly believe that if you provide outstanding service, knowledge and remain true to your commitments, both sales and happy clients will follow. And nothing makes me happier than seeing smiling faces at closing—especially those resulting from the successful conclusion of particularly challenging transactions.

Specialties and Awards

Listing Specialist, over 100 LISTINGS sold!
Multi-Million Dollars in sales.
Recognized as one of the “Top Agents” in northern Virginia by several publications