Angela Logomasini is a REALTOR with Samson Properties, licensed in Virginia, Washington, D.C., and Maryland.
Angela has always put her client’s needs first and foremost, offering premium real estate services for a reasonable price. A Platinum-Level Northern Virginia Association of REALTORs Top Producer, Angela has been selling real estate since 2011 and has resided in D.C. metro area for 30 years. She currently resides in Alexandria, VA. She holds Ph.D. in politics, is a writer (check out our real estate news and advice website), and a real estate investor. Angela is also a wine educator certified by the Wine and Spirits Education Trust. So feel free to ask for wine recommendations in addition to real estate advice!
In addition to her passion for real estate, Angela enjoys spending time with her husband Chris and their three rescue dogs, wine appreciation, gardening for wildlife that includes raising Monarch and other butterflies, bird watching, and art appreciation.
Christopher Prawdzik is a REALTOR with Samson Properties, licensed in Virginia and D.C.
A resident of the D.C. area more than 25 years, Chris combines his passion for the business of buying and selling homes with his extensive background in marketing, writing and editing. An editorial professional for nearly 30 years, he’s focused on a wide berth of topics—from sports and political coverage to military and national security issues. He also has written extensively on commercial construction and project delivery methods. Chris is an Accredited Staging Partner® Real Estate Agent and a Military Relocation Professional®.
Along with his wife, Angela, they bring not only education and experience to the always-active D.C. region market, the two of them back that experience with practical tools to deliver the best home buying or selling experience you can imagine. Christopher is a certified Military Relocation Professional and an Accredited Staging Professional.
In his spare time, Chris enjoys spending time with Angela and their dogs, entertaining friends for dinner, music appreciation that includes playing the drums, reading non-fiction history books, running and cooking.