A passion for differentiating my clients in a competitive marketplace!
About Julie Casey
I grew up in Pocomoke City on the Eastern Shore of Maryland and never ventured far from home, having lived in Maryland or Virginia throughout my life. In 2002, I moved to Williamsburg with my family.
After years establishing and cultivating relationships and being actively involved with my children’s school and extracurricular activities, I began to consider deepening my involvement in the Williamsburg community through a career in real estate. I was always fascinated by home building, remodeling, and making the right improvements to turn a purchase into a great investment. Click here to see open house videos from the neighborhoods you love.
I took that passion and earned my real estate license and have been helping buyers and sellers realize their dreams ever since. In that time, I have helped hundreds of clients. As one of the top Residential Location Specialists with my former brokerage, and a member of the 2014 President’s Club. I have also been recognized as a National Realty Alliance Award winner and earned my Certified Negotiation Expert designation, and Broker license ensuring the highest level of knowledge in my profession. While I am very proud of these accomplishments, my goal in acheiving them was to provide my clients with the exceptional service they deserve.
In my free time I enjoy traveling and sharing time with my two proudest acheivements Mason and Cora. I live by the Goethe quote, “Nothing is worth more than this day”.
I love Williamsburg because
It is an incredible place to both raise a family or retire. Williamsburg is a unique mix and I LOVE it! Driving through Colonial Williamsburg is always a highlight in my day. History, people watching, fine dining, shopping, exercising, and of course the Farmer's Market there is something for everyone.
Fat Canary, the BEST in town for special occasions!
Having high goals that keep me challenged.
Mason & Cora
St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands
I LOVE to read! That's a hobby, right?