|TITLE:||Realtor, The McCormick Gregory Team|
District of Columbia
As a native Washingtonian, James Gregory has an in-depth knowledge of the city as well as its surrounding areas. A third-generation real estate professional, James is a member of the McCormick Gregory Team, whose superior client service has earned them an outstanding reputation as one of the best real estate teams in the Capital Region. James’ energy and proactive approach along with 40+ years combined team experience and over 1,000 successful sales give his clients an edge in this competitive market, whether they are looking to buy, sell or invest in real estate. With a business model focused on relationships over transactions, the McCormick Gregory Team has consistently been recognized among “America’s Best Agents” by Washingtonian, Bethesda and Arlington Magazines.
James' client-focused approach involves networking to stay fully informed on market trends, off-market opportunities, and properties coming to the market. He leverages the interaction and collegiality within Washington Fine Properties to keep his clients a step ahead of the market.
Washington Fine Properties has achieved the highest average sales price for its listings in the DMV for the past 5 years. Locally focused with worldwide reach, our team has guided hundreds of clients to selling their home at the best price and terms.
James lives in the 16th Street Heights neighborhood of D.C., where he is renovating a 1920s Craftsman home. When not working, you can find him paddling along the Potomac River, checking out live music, cheering on our local sports teams, spending time with his wife Jessica and rescue pup Lucy, exploring Rock Creek Park or one of D.C.'s vibrant neighborhoods.
Franklin and Marshall College, Business Management
Winston Churchill High School
Kayaking, snowboarding, fishing, biking
Travel – most recently to Patagonia and Antigua, Guatemala
Coaching & playing men’s league Softball and Basketball
Churchill High School and Franklin and Marshall College Alumni Associations