Carla Heron has lived and worked in Northern Virginia for almost twenty years and is a licensed real estate agent in Virginia. Carla made a name for herself as a dynamic Project Manager in the corporate setting — combining her experience, acumen, and MBA into a “business force of nature” to shepherd at-risk projects to successful conclusions.

For over a decade, Carla has applied her marketing techniques, project organization, analytical expertise, and personal communication skills in the Northern Virginia markets for rentals, condos, and single-family homes. 

Just as in the corporate world, Carla understands the value of listening — in particular, listening to the client’s current requirements, as well as taking into account the future expectations and aspirations.

Having bought and sold personal property throughout the Mid-Altantic region, she knows that real estate is a big investment — both financially and emotionally, and she works efficiently and effectively to ensure that the optimum property is identified and that a strong deal is negotiated to the satisfaction of the client. 

Carla also has experience rehabing older properties and is able to provide a “renovator’s eye” to unlock the hidden potential of properties and to make suggestions that are both aesthetically and functionally aligned with the client’s taste and lifestyle. 

Carla currently lives and works in Loudoun County with her husband, Todd, where they spend their free time rehabilitating and fostering shelter dogs to be adopted through rescue organizations.

She is just as committed to animal welfare, as she is passionate about the advantages of living and working in Northern Virginia and is pleased to be working in an area with such generous, friendly people. 

From the bustling East Coast seat of political power and business, to the bucolic settings near the Blueridge Mountain range — Northern Virginia has properties to suit every lifestyle, and Carla looks forward to another decade of helping clients turn their home-buying dreams into realities. 

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