About Me

Connie Carter - Washington Fine Properties Top Agent



Connie Carter started her 32-year career in 1987 with The Corcoran Group in New York City. Connie joined Washington Fine Properties in 2000 and has over $300 Million in sales. Although she is a 6th generation Washingtonian, she has lived around the globe, including Tokyo, Japan, and Melbourne, Australia.

Prior to her career in real estate, she worked as the Creative Director at Burson-Marsteller Public Relations and worked in broadcasting with ABC News and 20/20. While living in Australia, she founded Australian Great Estates, a premium wine importing company and sold it in 2006.

Connie is committed to neighborhood involvement as well as local charities, serving on the Chain Bridge Road/University Terrace Preservation Committee, Advisory Board of the Woodrow Wilson House, Choral Arts Society Board, Culver Academy Legion Board of Directors and has chaired the Choral Arts Gala and Washington Ballet’s Cinderella Ball—both a resounding philanthropic success.

Connie is an avid skier, swimmer, and golfer and loves to entertain for friends and family. In addition to her active hobbies, she has a passion for art and architecture that led her to renovate her mid-century modern home with D.C. architects Robert F. Gurney and Mark McInturff.

Connie’s combination of deep D.C. knowledge, global, worldview, and personal creativity will help you find not only the perfect neighborhood but the perfect home.


“Where we choose to live, eat, and sleep greatly impacts our personal creativity.”
— Connie Carter

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