Elizabeth Johnson is the managing broker/owner of Frank Hardy, Inc.'s Chesapeake Bay office in Deltaville, Virginia. She graduated magnum cum laude from Virginia Commonwealth University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and a minor in the Administration of Justice and Public Safety. Elizabeth has over 22 years experience in real estate and currently serves as a director on the Board of Chesapeake Bay and Rivers Association of Realtors. Elizabeth has also earned her ABR, Accredited Buyer Representative, designation. She specializes in representing sellers and buyers of historic, country, and waterfront properties.
Elizabeth lives with her husband, Frank, an associate broker with the firm, and their sons on the Rappahannock River in Deltaville, Virginia. "I cannot think of a better place to raise our children and then retire, than on the water," says Elizabeth. "The beauty of the shoreline with sand, crab, fish and fowl provides a natural laboratory for our sons to experience a world of wonder unmatched in any textbook, and the only word I can think of to describe the area's boating and sailing opportunities for our friends and family is unparalleled."
If you want to buy or sell a waterfront estate or second home, a retirement or primary residence, or an investment property in a quaint water town in one of Virginia's Chesapeake Bay areas, Elizabeth's knowledge of the region's creeks, rivers, and Bay can help you define and achieve your real estate goals. With a background in commercial real estate as a former broker with a Richmond developer, and previous experience in corporate tax as a paralegal with Hunton and Williams, Elizabeth has a strong commitment to detail in your real estate transactions. Elizabeth's network of contacts in Virginia's Middle Peninsula and Northern Neck regarding topics such as the Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act, building and zoning codes, site development, pier permits and local services, assists her in meeting your needs for a smooth transfer of property.