Anna Clark

Experience with a Personal Touch

Richmond Office

804-402-1723

annaclark@lizmoore.com

About Anna Clark

I have been a Realtor since 2005. I first started in the industry with my husband Ron, who has since retired. We had many adventures while providing our customers with unparalleled customer service. Together we were a Top Producing Award-Winning Team!

I am now partnering with my daughter Amanda who Ron and I have been mentoring since she first started in real estate. I am so excited to continue the "family" tradition in our new team, Simply Real Estate.

When not working with clients, I am so blessed to have the opportunity to spend time with three precious grandchildren who are growing up quickly! I enjoy car adventures with my street rod enthusiastic husband and taking trips in our 1930 Model A Street Rod. I am blessed with many friends who I spend "rivah" time with, beach time, play BUNCO with, and we enjoy a variety of fun outings and get togethers.

I lived in "the fan" during my college years at VCU, then near Pony Pasture Park "rivah rat country", and then moved to Short Pump, where we raised our daughter Amanda. Of course, back then, Short Pump was "down in the boon docks"!!! I have lived in Woodlake in Midlothian for the past 10 years. I love the Reservoir, walking trails, pools, and neighbors! It's a beautiful community with so many wonderful amenities!

I hope that anyone looking for a caring team that will take your needs and concerns and treat you like family, while providing the absolute best in customer service, will allow us to represent you and your family. It's Simply Real Estate.... done the right way.  Let's talk!

Realtor

Alma Mater
Virginia Commonwealth University

Years in real estate
14

How I start my day
COFFEE, it's a must!

Inspiration
One of my favorite quotes is

Area's best kept secret
The James River offers some of the best bass small mouth fishing, white water rafting, canoeing, boating, & tubing anywhere!

I Love Richmond because
It is a large city with many things to do, yet it still retains a small town feel where people are friendly.