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Daniel Maldonado

O: 571-386-1075

I was born in Guatemala City, the beautiful capital of the "Land of Eternal Spring." In 2002, my family moved to Northern Virginia, where I have lived ever since except for four years in Egypt. Being fortunate to have experienced many different countries and cultures is one of the reasons I love living and working in the capital region. It is truly a melting pot of humanity! The history and architecture are also appealing to me.

After finishing high school in Northeast D.C., I graduated from George Mason University in Fairfax. My real estate career started during my sophomore year of college when I joined a local real estate team as a courier. I'd drive around the area installing directional signs and running errands for the team, all while learning about the different streets and neighborhoods. Over six years later, I now work as a full-time real estate agent licensed in D.C. and Virginia, helping people lease, buy, sell, and invest in local real estate while maximizing their bottom line. Having successfully completed almost 200 transactions, I've gotten to tour thousands and thousands of properties in our area and have learned how to spot value & opportunity. In my opinion, owning real estate is the best way to build long-term wealth, and what better market to invest in than in and around the nation's capital?

I aim to build a meaningful relationship with everyone I work with beyond just the transaction at hand. My goal is to be a one-stop shop for any real estate needs or questions they may have, now and in the future. Feel free to call, text, or email me anytime if there is anything I can do for you. I'd love to grab a coffee and go over your specific situation, goals, and see how I can bring you value. Call me if you are looking for a local real estate professional with a proven track record and who goes the extra mile!

Daniel Maldonado
Realtor
Office: 571-386-1075
Pearson Smith Realty
43777 Central Station Drive
Suite 390
Ashburn VA 20147

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