Elizabeth Bouchard

Associate Broker, REALTOR®

Arlington Office

Make Yourself at Home

About Elizabeth Bouchard

Elizabeth has been a licensed real estate professional for more than thirty years. As a native of Arlington, VA, her knowledge of the neighborhoods and communities inside the beltway is a powerful asset to both her seller clients and to buyers. Elizabeth can help you to determine which particular community may be the right one to meet your lifestyle expectations, and from there help you to find that perfect home. With many years of experience working for local homebuilders, she is uniquely qualified to help you weigh the benefits of new construction as an option to buying a resale home. As a Master In Residential Marketing (MIRM) and a Certified Residential Specialist (CRS), she continually stays on top of the latest trends and local market information. She has earned the Short Sales and Foreclosure Resource Designation, the GREEN designation from the National Association of Realtors to help you find features that are environmentally friendly and she has earned the SRES designation which involved special training to counsel clients 50-plus through major financial and lifestyle transitions involved in relocating, refinancing, or selling the family home. In her free time she enjoys travel, tennis, gardening, photography and spending time with her husband and two grown children. Let Elizabeth bring her expertise to your real estate transaction for results that will exceed your expectations.

Latest Blog Posts

The Benefits of Downsizing When You Retire [INFOGRAPHIC]

Some HighlightsIf you’re about to retire, or just did, downsizing can be a good way to try to cut down on some of your expenses.Smaller homes typically have lower energy and

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Did you Know that Builders Are Building Smaller Homes?

There’s no arguing it, affordability is still tight. And if you’re trying to buy a home, that may mean you need to look at smaller houses to find one that’s still in

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Is it a Good Time to Move with Today’s Mortgage Rates?

When mortgage rates spiked up over the last few years, some homeowners put their plans to move on pause. Maybe you did too because you didn’t want to sell and take on a higher

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Don’t Let Your Student Loans Postpone Your Homeownership Plans

If you have student loans and want to buy a home, you might have questions about how your debt affects your plans. Do you have to wait until you’ve paid off those loans before you can buy

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