The Creig Northrop Team of Long & Foster Real Estate Inc.
Creig Northrop has long been a staple in Maryland real estate. In fact, since 2010 the Creig Northrop Team of Long & Foster Real Estate has consistently been ranked the No. 1 Real Estate Team in Maryland by REAL Trends and the Wall Street Journal. The team, now celebrating its 15th anniversary, has five office locations across the Baltimore and Washington Metropolitan region —in Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll, Howard and Montgomery counties.
“Our agents live and work in the markets we serve — in essence, making our clients, our neighbors,” says Northrop. “We understand Maryland lifestyle because we live it.”
Northrop has positioned his company as the real estate concierge, providing experts in each part of the buying and selling processes, backed by multi-faceted services to ensure a seamless real estate experience for his customers. He feels the team approach is best for his clients because it allows for a collaboration of experts who prepare and bring a property to market, then sell it for the best price possible.
The Creig Northrop Team of Long & Foster Real Estate has specialty divisions headed by agents with expertise in areas such as luxury, new construction, lots and land, corporate relocation, waterfront, farms and equestrian properties, government and military sales and senior living.
Each client’s personal team is comprised of an agent, a home marketing consultant and a client care specialist along with a full-service marketing department. His team approach ensures extraordinary customer service, in turn leading to customer satisfaction. It has also led to a proven track record of success. Last year, the Creig Northrop Team sold more than 1,090 homes for a total sales volume of more than $510 million.
A tireless supporter of many causes, Northrop believes strongly in giving back to the communities that have given so much to him. His passion for helping others is seen in his personal dedication to organizations including the Y of Central Maryland, the American Heart Association and the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
“Maryland has so much to offer,” adds Northrop, “we are proud to be located here and to be a part of this community.”