Fauquier, Loudoun, Rappahannock, Culpeper, Clarke, Madison, and Warren
Meg Mullery’s background and experience underpin the knowledge and creativity she brings to her career in real estate, coupled with a dedication to client service and satisfaction. Meg offers a range of services including market research and analysis; contract preparation and consultation; preparing and staging homes for maximum impact; and creative development of listings to appeal to a wide audience of buyers. Her familiarity with the real estate market extends to Leesburg/Purcellville, Clarke County and Winchester. Her areas of expertise include transactions involving horse properties and providing advice and assistance to buyers and sellers desirous of down-sizing. Meg’s career began in Washington, D.C. where she served as a consultant in public and government relations, advertising and marketing. Subsequently, as a government contractor, she provided training to employees of the Department of the Navy. She moved from D.C. to western Loudoun ten years ago enticed by the beauty of the area, its laid-back vibe, the people, and the commitment of so many to preserving the vistas and open spaces through land conservation. Meg owns a small horse farm in the Middleburg Hunt territory. She serves on the Board of Directors of Buchanan Hall in Upperville, Virginia, and supports the Virginia League of Conservation Voters.