Rolfe Kratz, a licensed real estate agent since 1997, was raised by a real estate family. His mother, Annette Kratz, was an agent for more than 32 years prior to her retirement from the business in 2011. Rolfe's father, Charley Kratz, was always involved in the purchase and sale of investment properties with Rolfe helping to repair and fix up the houses his father bought. It was only natural that with these influences Rolfe would become a licensed agent after graduation from Thomas Aquinas College. Under the tutelage of his mother, Rolfe quickly became an asset to the business as he combined the training from Annette with updated technologies in the real estate industry. Rolfe and Annette formed a team that would close hundreds of transactions and help many clients realize the dream of home ownership.
Born and raised in Fairfax County, Todd first obtained his real estate license in 1992, back when there was no such thing as buyer representation. Over the years, his real estate experience included working with a national builder as well as reputable title companies in Northern Virginia where he has conducted thousands of settlements.
Todd was responsible for training agents in properly representing their clients on both sides of the transaction. He brought his knowledge and experience back to full-time real estate agency and his many clients have benefitted from his knowledge, experience and a level of customer service that's hard to find today.
Todd is an Accredited Staging Professional and Interior Designer and is an annual recipient of the NVAR Multi-Million Award and the NVAR Top Producer Award.