Ivy Cox


CENTURY 21 Redwood Realty - Ashburn

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About Ivy Cox

I came to the real estate industry after a long successful career in banking. I held several positions, including branch management, gaining experience in consumer lending, and working with clients of many backgrounds. I believe strongly that all clients deserve excellent customer service, and pride myself in providing that experience by listening to their needs, finding solutions, and keeping them informed of the process along the way. I am continually learning to acquire new skills, and have recently acquired my SRES designation.My clients greatly benefit from my skills to help them find the home they love to own, rent, or sell their current one. I do my best to make this transition in their lives as smooth as possible. .I have helped many clients in various parts of Fairfax, Prince William, and Loudoun Counties. I have lived most of my life in Virginia, growing up in Falls Church, and currently reside in Centreville with my husband. I am the proud mom of two grown sons, both pursuing careers with the fire department. In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my grandchildren, bowling, and cooking. Most of all, I enjoy meeting new people.

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