As featured in Bethesda Magazine. Montgomery County is weighing a developer’s request to conduct round-the-clock demolition of the Apex building in downtown Bethesda starting as soon as August. Working during nights and on weekends would speed up the demolition process, enabling crews to level the 150,000-square-foot building in roughly two months instead of four, according to […]
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About Andrew Goodman
Goodman, Realtors® was started and is owned by Andrew Goodman. Prior to becoming a Realtor® in 2004, Andrew was and still is a partner of his families development company, KGC Development, LLC. He has been able to use his construction background to help his clients have a better understanding of the home they are looking at purchasing and what to expect with home ownership. Andrew began his career as a Realtors with Gallagher & Co. Real Estate, Inc. based out of Bethesda, MD and continued with them for 9.5 successful years until he opened Goodman, Realtors®.
With Gallagher & Co., Andrew teamed up with broker Eugene Gallagher and took on several new construction projects. They represented and sold several condominium buildings in downtown DC, multi-unit rental apartments, town-home communities in DC as well as in Baltimore city, affordable housing communities, etc. Andrew decided to take his business one step further and help not only the savvy investor and developer, but offer his support to first time home buyers as well as the every day buyer and seller.
Andrew was born and raised in Montgomery County, MD with a small stint in Pennsylvania while attending The Pennsylvania State University. Andrew is a HUGE Nittany Lion fan, Redskins fan, and a diehard Washington Capitals fan. Many of his clients know that he works around the clock, but the few hours when Andrew is not working, you will most likely find him attending a Caps game.
Real Estate is Andrew’s passion and his clients truly mean the world to him. Which is why his customer service cannot be match and his attention to detail is truly remarkable. Andrew knows and expects all agents at Goodman, Realtors® to give their clients the same, if not more, attention and support than they would want during their own personal real estate transaction. Andrew has built his company around the philosophies that has made him respected among his family, friends, colleagues, and clients and because of that he is proud to put his name on the front door of Goodman, Realtors®.
Entries by Andrew Goodman
As featured in Simplifying the Market In many markets across the country, the number of buyers searching for their dream homes greatly outnumbers the amount of homes for sale. This has led to a competitive marketplace where buyers often need to stand out. One way to show you are serious about buying your dream home is […]
As featured in Urban Turf DC. The Union Market development pipeline just got bigger. UDR and Edens recently filed a planned-unit development (PUD) to replace the former Maurice Electric warehouse site next to the Angelika Pop-Up Theater at 500 Penn Street NE (map). The PUD would yield a 12-story building with penthouse, delivering a total […]
As featured in WTOP WASHINGTON — The housing market has come to this: buyers are willing to get a jump on the competition by making an offer based on just the pictures they see. Real estate listing firm Redfin said 33 percent of people who bought a home in the last year made an offer […]
As featured in DC Urban Turf. There are big plans in the works for Union Market, which include loft office space above the market building and a new 240-unit apartment building that will be constructed just to the north, UrbanTurf has learned. Edens and development partner Great Gulf plan to expand the Union Market building […]
As featured in Bethesda Magazine. Lack of funding for transportation projects might not hold up development allowed by the White Flint 2 Sector Plan. On Thursday, the Montgomery County Planning Board took a look at the checkpoints for each stage of the drafted plan, which opens the way for up to 5,938 new homes and […]
As featured in DC Urban Turf. In this First-Timer Primer, we look at an individual’s tax liability associated with the sale of their home. Here’s the overall picture: For most people, capital gains from selling a home aren’t taxed. The exception is one of the biggest in the tax code — for a single person, up […]
As featured in Bethesda Magazine. A proposal to build 309 homes in Bethesda on a swath of land that is largely vacant except for several WMAL radio towers has gotten support from Montgomery County planning staff despite some community pushback. Planners recommended approval of the preliminary plan for the roughly 75-acre site, and the proposal is […]
As featured in The Washington Post. I hear a lot of criticism of millennials, with some implying they’re lazy and perhaps entitled. However, when I look critically at this group I don’t see much difference between them and my generation at the same point in life. My generation — Gen Xers — was criticized in […]
As featured in The Washington Post. You might have a case against the home inspector if he missed a defect. But is it worth pursuing it several years after the sale? (iSTOCK) We purchased a home about three years ago, and the inspector went through the house and said everything was in great shape. But […]
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