Charlotte B. Dammann, a Charlottesville native, has been an Associate
Broker with the prestigious Real Estate firm, McLean Faulconer Inc.,
since 1981. After over 25 years in the real estate business, Charlotte
has continually been a top producer in residential, farm and estate
listings. In 1987, she was the recipient of the Charlottesville
Area Association of Realtors President's award, and currently, she
is a member of the Board of Directors of the Charlottesville Area
Association of Realtors.
Charlotte Dammann is a specialist in Charlottesville real estate and can provide you
- Relocation services
- Assistance with your mortgage
- Introduce you to the community
- Friendly advice
- Marketing expertise
- Community know-how
Prior to entering the real estate field, Charlotte graduated from
George Washington University and then went on to obtain a masters
degree from the Curry School of Education at the University of Virginia.
She taught in the Albemarle County school system for six years during
which she spent two years as the President of the Albemarle Education
Association. She is also was a past chair of the education Committee.
Charlotte also serves on the Professional Standards Committee as
well as the Government Affairs Committee. From 1988 to 1995, she
was a member of the Virginia Board for Professional and Occupational
Regulation. Charlotte also served a seven-year term on the Board
of Directors of Children, Youth and Family Services. Her community
involvement extends to include her current participation in the
Piedmont Environmental Council, a Committee promoting the conservation
of easements and she serves as the chair of the Emily Couric Leadership
Forum, an organization to encourage leadership among young women.