Alecia Scott | Team Lead
Alecia Scott is a first generation born and raised Washingtonian where she attended both public and private schools in Prince George's and Montgomery County, and graduated in 1986 from Gordon College, MA with a degree in Sociology. In 1989, Alecia married her high school sweetheart, Robert Scott and the two of them raised three children, all of whom graduated from Gaithersburg High School. Currently Alecia is ranked in the Top 100 Agents within Long & Foster out of 12,000 of her colleagues.
Alecia’s professional career in sales began over 29 years ago, right out of college. Alecia's hands on approach and expertise in home renovations to maximize return on investment, in addition to her special relationships with quality home improvement contractors, assure that her sellers' homes are brought into top market condition achieving a top sales price! In addition, Alecia's hand selected industry specific service providers create a seamless transaction from start to finish. She is also is trusted and regularly receives referrals from local attorneys and sellers as an expert with a proven track record not only in regular retail home sale but in specialties such as Estate, Divorce & Short and Distress Sales. Alecia is a Certified Distressed Property Expert (CDPE) and has helped many Montgomery County and Gaithersburg families avoid foreclosure.
Alecia is currently ranked one the Top 100 Agents within Long & Foster out of 12,000 of her colleagues. In addition to her real estate business and spending time with her children, she and her husband Robert enjoy traveling around the US and the world checking travel destinations off of their bucket list. They also enjoy Maryland and Delaware beach life and sponsoring and supporting local charity events. She can be found reading a book on her Kindle in any of her other spare moments. Most any weekend you can find Alecia checking out the latest and greatest restaurants, if you need a suggestion she will have one.
Alecia knows how to sell homes in the Washington, DC metropolitan area—and loves doing it because this is truly a wonderful place to live.
- If I could eat one food for the rest of my life it would be: "Tomatoes"
- My go-to outfit is: "Jeans or black pants with a cute jacket, boots or flats, Summer-Sheath dress and sandals"
- Someday I want to: "Move to Rehoboth Beach, my happy place"