Megan Meekin is a Montgomery County native and a fifth-generation Washingtonian, who has spent the past eight years working in Chevy Chase and a lifetime getting to know the DMV. Growing up in a family of architects, contractors, mortgage consultants, and real estate agents, she has also spent a lifetime in the familiar realm of real estate.
Megan puts her vast knowledge of the DC metro area and intuitive understanding of real estate to good use. She is passionate about providing her clients with excellent care and top-notch service as she guides them through the home buying and selling process. Megan's number one
priority is to exceed her client's expectations - in not only providing the ultimate client experience but also her showing her vast knowledge of the market data and of local communities. She uses a very hands-on approach and works hard from beginning to end.
Before becoming a realtor, Megan spent five years as a physical therapist assistant, specializing in sports medicine injuries. She likes to run, is obsessed with Orange Theory and loves spending time with her family. Megan currently lives in Rockville, MD, with her husband James, daughter Ella, and Giant Schnauzer Fritz.
Greg Kingsbury is a Senior Vice President with Vellum Mortgage. In his career, Greg has successfully helped to arrange more than $1.3 billion in mortgages, helping thousands of clients in the Washington DC Metro area achieve their goal of home ownership. Greg has continuously ranked in the top 75 of the Scotsman Guide Top Originators in the country since 2014, while remaining in the top 3 in the DMV during that same time. With extensive knowledge of the DC Marketplace, Greg and his team look to redefine the consumer experience, making it easier and more enjoyable.
Vellum Mortgage is a local residential mortgage company, owned and operated by DC area residents and successful mortgage executives. Vellum was created to reinvent the mortgage process – taking a typically opaque process and providing a high level of transparency and confidence in one of the largest financial decisions of people’s lives.