Rosemary deButts, a licensed Virginia REALTOR® since 2003, is pleased to be associated with Atoka Properties in Purcellville, Virginia. She brings a wealth of diverse residential marketing experience to her clients, based on her successful career marketing new and existing homes. And, having been a Purcellville resident for almost twenty years, Rosemary is abundantly qualified to advise her clients on the unique aspects of the western Loudoun housing market and its highly desirable lifestyle.
With almost ten years of experience analyzing new and existing home markets in the metropolitan Washington, DC area, Rosemary’s research findings have appeared in The Washington Post, CNNMoney, the Washington Business Journal, the Daily Press, World Properties Channel and are regularly cited in The Loudoun Times Mirror. Rosemary also served as the local expert on a panel of esteemed economists at the Dulles Area Association of Realtors’ Economic Summit in October 2009.
Rosemary has earned four prestigious National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) professional designations including membership in the Institute of Residential Marketing. Her work experience includes marketing and product development for both national and regional builders in the metropolitan DC market. She is also certified to teach two of the required courses, “Understanding Housing Markets and Consumers” and “Marketing Strategies, Planning, and Budgets” for this highly regarded designation. Rosemary also holds the Certified New Home Marketing Professional, Certified New Homes Sales Professional, and Certified Construction Supervisor designations.
Although her experience is varied, Rosemary specializes in market research including competitive analysis and strategic consulting. She has provided her clients with land acquisition feasibility studies; competitive market analysis (CMAs); positioning and pricing strategies as well as guidance on collateral and advertising.
Rosemary is a graduate of Randolph-Macon Woman’s College with a bachelor’s degree in Economics. She earned a master’s degree in Business Administration with a concentration in management from Old Dominion University. In March 2010, Rosemary announced her certification by the National Association of REALTORS as a Short Sale and Foreclosure Resource.
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