Naomi Hattaway founded 8th & Home because she believes strongly that real estate is more than just a transaction and you are more than just a number. Having moved 13 times, Naomi is the go-to-guru for all things relocation.
I believe in the power of community.
I believe in listening – between the lines.
I believe in offering my clients confidence, service, and a lot of hard work.
I believe in taking care of you and your family, as if you belonged to ours.
Stephanie was born and raised in Alexandria and has lived in Loudoun County for over 5 years. She definitely knows her way around Northern Virginia, as she has moved over 10 times all around the area and is very familiar with its housing market! She has finally settled in Loudoun County with her husband and young son. Stephanie truly believes Loudoun is the best place to live because it has it all! Loudoun County is beautiful, has great schools, amazing career opportunities, wonderful people and, of course, delicious wine!
Stephanie graduated from Virginia Tech with a degree in Communications. She started off her professional career as a meeting planner and then worked as an executive assistant for a few years. Since her son was born, she has been caring for him at home full time while working part time as an executive assistant.
Stephanie decided to enter into real estate because she loves working with people and wants to help others achieve their dream of being home owners.
Cathy has resided in Loudoun County for over 30 years. Her family loves their small town community, neighborhoods, schools and local businesses. She enjoys working with all clients, but has a special place for the first time homebuyer. Providing them with the education needed, allows them to buy with confidence. This brings such a sense of gratitude and enthusiasm!
Mary Van White
Mary Van White believes in the power of community, and she is committed to investing in ours. She has a knack for spotting where the best values are, and she knows exactly how to stage a home to appeal specifically to people house hunting in that neighborhood. Read more about Mary Van…