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Rebecca McMaster

Rebecca McMaster

Realtor®

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A born-and-raised Brit, Rebecca moved to Alexandria, Virginia, from Cambridge, England. Rebecca has always had a passion for property, following in her father's footsteps who was a Realtor® for over 50 years.

Being a business owner in her previous career as a professional photographer equipped Rebecca with the necessary skills to be a fantastic Realtor®.

Having spent her whole career working hard for clients, she prides herself on providing exceptional service – searching for opportunities to go above and beyond.

She enjoys learning about what motivates the decision to buy or sell and translating this into a personalized strategic plan for her clients. With a fantastic eye and a passion for attention to detail, Rebecca thrives on helping her clients with all their needs.

She enjoys every step of preparing a home for sale with a very hands-on approach and makes sure the property is marketed in the appropriate ways to attract the right buyer, the results speak for themselves.

Having bought and sold the property since she was 24, she most recently purchased a mid-century modern home with her husband in the iconic neighborhood of Hollin Hills, Alexandria. You can often find her exploring the local woods with her Bernese Mountain dog.

Testimonials
Had a fantastic experience working with both Rebecca and Chris, I highly recommend this team.
Erin S.
Rebecca is such a gem to work with. Navigating the home buying experience felt enjoyable for her. She is so personable and knowledgeable about the home search and he...
Mike
Rebecca and Chris are a fantastic team. The perfect combination of art and science of the Real Estate craft resulted in a great listing and a profitable sale. Their ...
Thomas A.
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