Darrin D. Davis, the Principal Broker/Owner of Anacostia River Realty and River East Property Management has been successfully active in the Washington Metropolitan real estate market for over a decade. Darrin was a top producing Realtor with Capitol Hill's Prudential Carruthers Realtors. He was selected to be in Prudential's Sales Honor Society in 2006. Darrin has a firm knowledge of the real estate market in both the Southeast and Northeast neighborhoods in Washington, DC. He recently completed taping the HGTV series, "My First Sale".
Darrin, who has lived and sold real estate east of the Anacostia River since 2002, has become a highly sought-after neighborhood expert. He conducts a Homeowner's Walking Tour of the area every Spring & Fall. The tour showcases housing opportunities that are available in Wards 7 and 8 of Washington, DC. In 2009, he formed the highly successful Facebook group Anacostia River Realty Homebuyer's Club. The group meets once a month, locally, to discuss different aspects of the home buying process. The group's online membership boasts over 1,000 members world-wide.
He is a vocal and active member of his community. He was recognized by Washington, DC's former mayor, Anthony Williams, as Main Street Anacostia's Volunteer of the year in 2004. He is affiliated with R.E.E.L. (River East Emerging Leaders) and a member of Ward 8 Democrats. He also currently serves as Vice-President for the Washington, DC Chapter of the Washington Real Estate Broker's Association. Darrin was recently appointed to the board of directors for the Washington, DC Association of Realtors.
Having attended Howard University, education has played a great part in Darrin's success. He has held a District of Columbia Substitute Teaching license since 1999. Each month he gives back to his community by mentoring students at two of the District of Columbia's Public Schools; Anacostia's Benjamin Orr Elementary and Capitol Hill's Maury Elementary. He has also been tapped to serve on the founding board of directors for Washington, DC's Public Charter School, Bertha B. Williams Academy.