Developed in the late 1890s, the Dupont Circle area built a reputation as a fashionable residential neighborhood that lasted into the early years of the 20th century. The circle itself was originally called “Pacific Circle” and ...Read More
A prominent agent on the DC real estate scene, Lledon is passionate about life and quality above all. As a United States Army Reserve Veteran, she developed the discipline to accomplish tasks in the most efficient manner, while a pageantry background has allowed her to cultivate the qualities necessary to establish relationships with ease. As an agent, Lledon has the ability to look at situations objectively, with the mindset that a solution is always within reach. Thanks to her experience in mixed-use property management. Lledon brings a multifaceted understanding of the real estate industry to help every client achieve their distinct goals.
Although she specializes in residential real estate, Lledon partners with clients in all stages and at all price points as she guides them through the process with ease. Whether you are looking to expand your wealth portfolio or purchase your first home, Lledon combines her enthusiasm for real estate with a can-do attitude to drive unrivaled results!
In her spare time, Lledon is an advocate for mental health with the National Alliance on Mental Illness—helping to facilitate everything from awareness to empowerment. She volunteers often with different Habitat for Humanity Chapters in the DC Metro.
Lledon is The President of The National Business League Inc. Washington DC Chapter, Founded by Booker T Washington in 1900. The National Business League Inc. is a not-for-profit 501-c (6), a bi-partisan, nonsectarian, commerce-driven institution dedicated to socio-economic empowerment as well as the development of minority entrepreneurs and small business owners.
Lledon is 1st Vice President of The DMV Women's Council of NAREB is a nonprofit organization that focuses on community grassroots. The organization's mission is to evaluate the standards of women in the real estate industry by facilitating leadership, education, and the exchange of information through group learning techniques; and to provide an opportunity for women to increase their knowledge and expertise of all facets of the real estate profession
Through her strategic partnerships, Lledon has cultivated. she is actively building out the efforts of affordable housing initiative through White House Agencies such as USAID and The African Union to develop economically distressed communities.
When Lledon is not heavily involved in her community efforts you can find Lledon traveling the world sampling international cuisine or hiking through jungles.