North Arlington, including Country Club Hills, Garden City, Shirley Woods, Country Club, and Livingston Heights
Stacey’s career has always involved homes, real estate and construction. After a career as a marketing manager for the Kohler Co., twelve years ago she decided to combine her love of homes with her dedication to serving others and follow in her mother’s footsteps as a licensed realtor. Since then, Stacey has been a top-producing agent in her local North Arlington neighborhoods. Her success, in part, can be attributed to referrals from previous clients who have appreciated her hard work, integrity, and always going the extra mile to provide support and guidance before, during, and after their sale has taken place.
Studied at Old Dominion University
Fundraising for Yorktown Crew Team
Active in Arlington Community Foundation
Meals on Wheels
Fundraising for Culpepper Gardens Assisted Living
Renovation and interior design
Spending time with family
Avid animal lover
Health and fitness
Northern Virginia with an emphasis on Arlington, McLean, Falls Church and Great Falls
Peggy Richardson began her real estate career at a small boutique firm in Georgetown in 1988. She worked in DC for three years, including a stint in another boutique firm on Capitol Hill until she put real estate on hold when she, her husband and her two sons moved to Baltimore in 1994. When their last child was born, they moved back to the DC area to Country Club Hills in Arlington, VA. There she has raised her five children, volunteered in the public schools, taught pre-schoolers and worked in her community.
Peggy returned to her real estate career when her last child went to middle school. In her first year back she was Rookie of the Year Nationwide for a large real estate firm. Her passion for the industry has helped her to continue to become the successful Realtor she is today.
In 2016 Richardson joined Washington Fine Properties. She prides herself in her interest in her clients, love of houses, hard work, negotiating skills, determination and tenacity. When not working, Peggy enjoys spending time with her family at home, traveling to see her children in Charleston, Nashville and the University of the South, being very involved in her community and spending time with her friends.
B.S., Business Administration, The College of Charleston
COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT PAST AND PRESENT:
Board of Trustees for Arlington Community Foundation
Founding Member of Board of Directors for Sprout Therapeutic Riding and Education Center
Volunteer for Meals on Wheels
Scholarship Chair for Arlington Women’s Civic Alliance
Member of Neighborhood Club
Member of Ladies Lunch Club
Member of Washington Golf and Country Club
Volunteering in my community