Real Estate Pro Mike Aubrey Joins Long & Foster's Gaithersburg/North Potomac Office

January 22, 2015
Mike Aubrey, a top-producing Realtor and popular HGTV host, has joined Long & Foster's Gaithersburg/North Potomac office.

Top-producing agent also serves as HGTV host, real estate commentator

Mike Aubrey, a top-producing Realtor and popular HGTV host, has joined the Gaithersburg/North Potomac office of Long & Foster Real Estate, the largest independent residential real estate company in the United States. Aubrey comes to Long & Foster from a local RE/MAX franchise, where he built a thriving real estate business and became a well-known industry commentator on local and national television.

“I’m proud to be a member of the Long & Foster family and excited to take advantage of all the benefits this new relationship presents to me and my clients,” Aubrey said. “In deciding to work with another brokerage, it was essential that my new firm offered the support and services to help me in assisting my clients, and that’s exactly what Long & Foster does. I don’t think that there is a better place to be that has more opportunities and stronger established management in place than Long & Foster.”

Licensed in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia, Aubrey credits his success in real estate to his enthusiasm, dedication and superior customer service. His total sales volume has surpassed $230 million dollars while representing over 450 families in the purchase or sale of their home. He has been honored with multiple real estate awards during his career, receiving his former franchise’s highest club award for his outstanding professional achievements in 2010. At his previous brokerage, Aubrey also ranked as the No. 1 Realtor in Maryland, No. 10 in the entire country and No. 29 out of over 88,000 associates worldwide.

Aubrey is a frequently quoted source on real estate topics and has appeared on CNN´s “Your Bottom Line,” The Today Show, Fox News and WUSA9 News, among other stations, and has been quoted in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Baltimore Sun, The Chicago Tribune and the Newark-based Star-Ledger newspapers.

His real estate prowess and charisma earned him guest spots on HGTV’s House Hunters and Get it Sold. Sensing a star in the making, HGTV created Real Estate Intervention, which capitalized on Aubrey’s no nonsense way of delivering reality to homeowners and aired for five successful seasons. In 2013, he hosted another HGTV show, Power Broker, in which he worked with buyers and was able to flex his considerable muscle as one of the best negotiators in the business.

“Mike has built an incredible reputation in the real estate industry—both for his expertise and ability in helping clients buy and sell homes and for his tremendous knowledge and understanding of the business,” said Larry “Boomer” Foster, president of Long & Foster Real Estate. “Our company has been home to the best-trained, best-equipped agents for over 45 years, and with Mike now part of the Long & Foster family, we’ll remain the go-to resource when consumers in the Washington, D.C., area are looking to make confident, well-informed buying and selling decisions.”

Courtney Griffiths, manager of Long & Foster’s Gaithersburg/North Potomac office, also shared her enthusiasm for having Aubrey as part of their team.

“Mike brings an enormous amount of talent and expertise to Long & Foster, and he embraces our company’s values of integrity, honesty, innovation and good old-fashioned customer service. I look forward to the energetic partnership that he’s created by deciding to join our company, and I look forward to working with him and his team,” said Griffiths.

Aubrey currently resides in the Kentlands in Gaithersburg, Md. He enjoys volunteering in his community and is a frequent sponsor of neighborhood and local school events. His philanthropic spirit extends to his alma mater, Virginia Tech, where he earned a bachelor´s degree in 1996. He currently serves on the Virginia Tech Athletic Fund’s Gordon Bowman Society and as a board member of the Maryland Hokie Club.

For more information about Aubrey, visit his website,