Ben Puchalski | Founder | Principal Broker
Ben got his license to sell real estate in 2003 and has been involved in hundreds of deals in the Washington, DC metro area. In the past, he has worked for two of the largest franchised brokerages in the DC area. He works as the company lead on strategic business planning and agent development.
Since 2008, banks and financial institutions have relied on Ben's expertise in the DC area real estate market to sell their foreclosed and distressed properties. Ben was born and raised in Syracuse, New York and then went on to study at St Lawrence University in Canton, New York. Ben currently lives in a row home in 16th Street Heights with his wife Melissa and collie Julep. When Ben is not selling real estate he enjoys hiking in Rock Creek Park, camping in Shenandoah National Park, and gardening. Ben is a huge Syracuse basketball fan. If you have questions for Ben, send him an email.
Nate Ward | Founder | Realtor
Nate is a perennial top producer in the Washington DC Metro and has been a licensed to sell real estate since 2002. He has sold over 250 homes in the DMV. He got his start working for the family brokerage in Burlington, Vermont before moving into the DC market in 2003. Nate is the company lead on operations development, marketing, and financial planning. Nate grew up in Williston, Vermont before going on to graduate Phi Beta Kappa with Honors in Economics from St. Lawrence University in Canton, New York. He brings a wealth of experience as both an agent and a real estate investor. Nate is a third-generation real estate broker with extensive first-hand experience in construction and renovation. He prides himself on a professional, diligent, and practical approach to each transaction.
Nate is the architect of our website and the voice behind our newsletter, DC Real Estate Monthly Muse. When he is not working, Nate enjoys running in Rock Creek Park, kite surfing on the Chesapeake Bay, golfing at on of the DC's areas great public courses. Nate loves the Red Sox and Vermont-brewed beer. If you have questions for Nate, send him an email.