District of Columbia
Montgomery County: Bethesda, Chevy Chase and Potomac
District of Columbia: Georgetown, Dupont, Wesley Heights, Kent and Northwest DC in general
Close-in Virginia: particularly Arlington and McLean
Florence has been an active agent for over 22 years in the greater Capital Region. She has been a Top Producer in GCAAR (greater Capital Area Association of Realtors) with transactions ranging from less than $100,000 to $10,000,000, including sales of properties to Harvard University, The Washington International Lower School on Reservoir Road, and the Field School on Foxhall as well as its original location in Kalorama. She has also participated in the sale of several historic properties, such as Hickory Hill in McLean, Virginia.
Community Involvement Past and Present:
Washington Junior League
Landon School Fund Raiser (Azalea Festival Chairman)
Stone Ridge Auction Chairman
Concord Hill Fund Raiser
Board Member of the Christ Child Opportunity Shop
Edgemoor Citizens Association
Battery Place Board
Vince Lombardi Gala
Congressional Country Club committee member
Collector of English Furniture and Works of Art (formerly participated as exhibitor in East Side Winter Antiques Show in New York and London’s Burlington House Fair)
Dog Lover – particularly Bouvier de Flanders
Married with a family of five children and 10 grandchildren
Florence Meers is the most wonderful Real Estate Agent anyone could use. She’s totally professional but caring. My husband and I could not have gone through the process of selling our family home without her. Florence made the entire process so smooth for us. Her advice was invaluable. We just love her!
Roses are and violets are blue.
No real estate agent is as good or beautiful as you.
I knew you could do it the moment I met you.
Thanks for everything and especially the wonderful wine.
My wife and I recently had the good fortune of selecting Carrie Carter and Florence Meers as our real estate agents to sell our DC cooperative. Our choice was made after interviewing several other agents from different companies. The decision was an easy one.
From the very beginning, Carrie and Florence displayed a positive, even excited, attitude about selling our co-op unit and how they were going to do it. The high energy they displayed was impressive. My wife and I knew that co-ops are not the easiest thing to sell in DC, but Carrie and Florence were undaunted and not the least bit concerned. They gave excellent advice on what to do and we followed it.
In short, the unit sold in a very short period of time. Carrie and Florence kept us informed of all important developments, but insulated us from trivial matters and from a very nasty broker on the other side who seemed to be hell-bent on causing problems.
If it is possible to do your job in a highly professional matter, yet make a connection with your clients so that my wife and I consider them “friends” for life, then Carrie and Florence are the epitome of such specialists. We would not hesitate to use them in the future for any real estate matters that we have. Indeed, we would seek them out as our preferred representatives.
Thank you again for your darling present, your suberb taste, your dedication, your kindness and your patience. I sure hope that WFP is going to use my letter to tell the world about how wonderful you are—so much more than an agent, but a good friend and guide in a time of need.
What are we going to do without you? A big thank you from the bottom of our hearts. It certainly was a test of patience and endurance right down to the bitter end and I'm sure there were moments when you thought, "We are never going to get rid of these two!" Charlie and I both knew when we met you that you were perfect for the job. Thank you for your generous gifts of champagne and homeowners insurance. Perhaps you’ll sell Joiners for us in four years when we are ready to build!