David Rudich, a Washington escapee, has been a resident of Lost River since 1981. He became active in marketing and selling of rural properties in the early 1980s, receiving his West Virginia Real Estate Brokers license in the mid 80's. He is a licensed real estate broker in West Virginia and Virginia. His specialty is in marketing and selling vacation and retirement homes and rural properties. In 2003 along with his associates he founded Lost River Real Estate LLC to best serve the real estate needs of Buyers and Sellers within Lost River Valley and vicinity.
Ann Morgan has twenty-five years of experience with real estate in Lost River. She bought her first Lost River property, a weekend cabin, in 1985. She worked for the Peace Corps and the Department of State in Washington before she became a full-time resident of Lost River in 1990. For 13 years she ran the Inn at Lost River, a bed and breakfast. She also managed property for weekend residents and operated two retail stores, the Lost River General Store and Uncommon Things. She continues to rent her own cabins to visitors to the area and is building cabins for sale. She knows the market, service providers, builders and her location at the general Store, a popular meeting place, gives her access to many prospective buyers and sellers.
Tim Ramsey has been a resident of Lost River since 2000. He recently served as vice president for his property owners association. He also owns and operates the Lost River Grill and Motel, a popular local eating and meeting place. Prior to relocating to Lost River, Tim was responsible for management and business development for the private club industry. His real estate background began with over 5 years sales experience in Indiana. His 25 years experience in the service industry enables him to work with both buyer and seller in successfully consummating real estate transactions.
Dan Reichard was recognized as a "Top Producer" by the Potomac Highland's Board of Realtors in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012. PHBR covers Grant, Mineral, Pendleton, Hampshire and Hardy Counties in West Virginia.
In addition to his West Virginia real estate sales person's license, in 2009 he also obtained his real estate license in Virginia. He and his partner, Greg, have had a vacation home in the Lost River Valley Property Owners Association since 1997 and they made it their full-time residence from 2007 to 2012!
In 2012 Dan also received his real estate license in Florida, so if you know of anyone interested in property in the St. Petersburg area on the Gulf Coast, please refer them to www.gulfandbayfl.com!
Al Gramprie purchased property in the Lost River Valley in 2004 with an eye toward living a more laid-back life than he had in the New York City area. While new to real estate sales, Al brings over twenty years of experience maintaining and remodeling the Victorian homes of Montclair, New Jersey and membership in InterNACHI, a professional organization of certified home inspectors. While in Montclair, Al developed close working relationships with many Realtors and knows what it takes to prepare a property for sale. After renovating and remodeling his own home in Lost City, Al is looking forward to living a life of active semi-retirement in a beautiful country setting among stimulating friends.
Donald Hitchcock, and his partner (in life and real estate) Paul Yandura, built their cabin in 2008 and now spend their time equally between Lost River, WV and Washington, DC, enjoying the best of both worlds. Loving all that the Lost River Valley has to offer, they decided to get their real estate licenses to help others discover Lost River as a weekend retreat, permanent home or retirement destination. Donald and Paul are very active within the Lost River community and helped found the annual Lost River Outdoor Movie Night and the Friends of Lost River Valley community organization.
Paul Yandura, and his partner (in life and real estate) Donald Hitchcock, built their cabin in 2008 and now spend their time equally between Lost River, WV and Washington, DC, enjoying the best of both worlds. Loving all that the Lost River Valley has to offer, they decided to get their real estate licenses to help others discover Lost River as a weekend retreat, permanent home or retirement destination. Donald and Paul are very active within the community and helped found the annual Lost River Outdoor Movie Night and the Friends of Lost River Valley community organization.
We are Realtors®. Only real estate licensees who are members of the National Association of Realtors® are properly called Realtors®. We proudly display the Realtor® identity on our business cards, print ads, website and other marketing and sales literature. Realtors® are committed to treat all parties to a transaction honestly. As Realtors® we subscribe to a strict Code of Ethics and maintain a higher level of knowledge of the process of buying and selling real estate. We are committed to:
Protect the individual right of real estate ownership and widen the opportunity to enjoy it;
Be honorable and honest in all dealings;
Seek better to represent our clients by building our knowledge and competence;
Act fairly towards all in the spirit of the Golden Rule, which is to treat others the way we wish to be treated;
Serve well our community, and through it our country;
Observe the Realtors® Code of Ethics and conform our conduct to its lofty ideals.
This is our commitment to you whether you are buying or selling real property.