Leslie Wilson (Keller Williams Realty)

50 Catoctin Circle NE

Leesburg , VA 20176

Enthusiastic agent assisting buyers and sellers in Loudoun County, Virginia. This beautiful, rural area is located just 1 hr from DC bordered by the Potomac River and the Blue Ridge.

Get to know Leslie Wilson

Called "value-added" by one of her most discriminating buyers, Leslie knows the Loudoun County market and may even show you properties that are not in the MLS.  Leslie's comes from a 100% real estate related background.  She's been on all sides of the settlement table and understands the real estate transaction in detail.  Leslie studies home prices everyday, enjoys the art of negotiation and works hard for her clients.

Leslie relocated to Loudoun County from her native New England almost 20 years ago, and enjoys living near our nation's capitol.  Loudoun County has its roots in farming and now offers a variety of housing options.  For the most part residents enjoy an informal, agri-business atmosphere to the west of Leesburg and closely-populated neighborhoods with shopping conveniences to the east.  Loudoun is part of an area known as the Dulles Corridor because of its close proximity to Dulles International Airport.



Leslie Wilson's Blog Posts


Homes on Acreage.  Leslie has owned many country properties and understands the details involved with purchasing land or resale homes located in Loudoun County's beautiful rural areas.  There is much to discover relative to zoning, easements, utilities, environmental factors, etc and Leslie's experience is vital in uncovering all issues before making an offer.

The Relocating Family.  As a trained Relocation Specialist and from personal experience, Leslie has learned how to anticipate and avoid potential problems.  Leslie will point out strengths and weaknesses of properties, advise buyers about future infrastructure, resale values and even help family members adjust quickly to their new community through connections in their areas of interest.

Building a Brand-New Home.  Another area that Leslie can be of valuable assistance is with the building of a new home, having personally lived through the numerous difficulties and setbacks that will arise when designing and constructing your own home.  Growing up Leslie's father was employed in land development and her father-in-law was a new-home builder.  The construction process can be nerve-wracking; however, good communication and planning can bring about rewarding results.

Short Sales.  Life goes on and over the last few years the decline in market values has caused legitimate financial hardships for families facing personal difficulties such as job loss, death, sickness or divorce.  This can prevent homeowners from make timely mortgage payments.  As a Certified Distress Property Expert, Leslie has successfully helped homeowners save their credit, relieve the uncertainty and get themselves on the path to an improved life and financial recovery.

Empty Nesters.  As a "Boomer," Leslie is always on the lookout for properties suitable for her next life stage.  Manageable property size, one-level living, proximity to conveniences and emergency facilities are all considerations for those transitioning to a simpler lifestyle.  The demand for properties with these features should continue to increase.


"Leslie is the 'cream of the crop.'  We have never met a real estate professional quite like her.  Her attention to detail, level of involvement, caring nature, effective suggestions and communication skills put her in a class above all others."  John and Sue, Hamilton

"Leslie was extremely attentive to all our family's needs.  When things were unclear with the builder she always persisted until firm answers were given.  We like Leslie's style and approach--she is very good at what she does.  Leslie always tried to save us money whenever possible, and that was a big plus during negotiations."  Terry and Kim, Leesburg

"Leslie is an extremely professional realtor who always had our best interests in mind.  She did everything possible to find us a home, and if she had not made the extra effort to pursue a home that wasn't even on the market, we might still be looking.  Leslie is instinctive and knew what would please us.  She did not give up."  Roy and Peggy, Hamilton