Louise Thompson began her real estate career in 1982 and specializes in residential and rural sales, both new and resale homes in all price ranges throughout the Richmond metropolitan area. Louise has extensive relocation experience with corporate transfers both into and out of the Richmond area. Her many years working with various builders in the Richmond area has given Louise a broad outlook on subdivision sales both in the acquisition of land as well as zoning and site work and home design. A member of the Richmond Association of Realtors, Louise has sat on many committees for this organization including serving on the RAR Board of Directors and 1998 Chairman of the MLS Committee. She is also member of the National Association of Realtors, Women's Council of Realtors where she presided as 1997 Local Chapter President, as 2001 State WCR President, and 2002 WCR Virginia State Governor, the Sales and Marketing Council, and is a member of RELO, a national relocation network. A recipient of the A. Kenton Muehleman Award in 1983, Louise was Top Company Producer for Joyner and Company now Joyner Fine Properties-in 1991. She is consistently a Distinguished Achiever $1,000,000 and over in closed sales-. Louise also has made Joyner proud one more time by receiving the "Adrian L. Bendheim, Jr. Outstanding Sales Associate of the Year Award" for 1996 by the Richmond Association of Realtors. Louise has also found time to serve various local associations such as the Northam Garden Club, The Crown Grant Garden Club, the Crown Grant Civic Association, Board Member of the Short Pump PTA, President of the Godwin High School Athletic Association, Goochland Historical Society Board of Directors, as well as currently with the Breeze Hill Homeowners Association and its Architectural Review Committee. Give Louise a call today. With her vast knowledge and experience in the Richmond area, she can help you with any real estate need. Louise pledges herself to her clients as "The agent that's with you, start to finish!"
As one of the oldest major cities in the United States, Richmond features stunning examples of the various architectural styles that have been popular through the years. Get a new appreciation of th... read more
If you love gracious Victorian architecture in all of its styles, from Queen Anne to Colonial Revival, you need look no further than the Fan District. But you didn't need our real estate agents to tel... read more
Over the last decade, food trucks have become a crucial part of Richmond's food scene. It's a trend that our real estate agents are definitely on board with. But where to find them? One of the... read more
After a day visiting Richmond homes for sale, you should take some time to unwind. The best place to do it is Carytown, Richmond's "Mile of Style." It has some of the best dining and shopping in Vir... read more