Randy LiVorsi, licensed in DC and VA, has a 15 year proven track record in sales, service, and client relationship management. Randy lives by the mantra that it isn’t the quantity of transactions, but the quality of the relationships and trust he earns from clients that is the fundamental core of his business.
Born in Philadelphia Randy grew up in a blue-collar family, his father a retired police officer, and his mother never taking a break to support her children and make ends meet. The youngest of four, Randy immersed himself in school, gymnastics, and playing drums. To this day Randy retains the down to earth relatability, genuineness, and directness that he attributes to growing up in Philly.
Graduating with a degree in Communications from Penn State University, Randy moved to Washington, DC and worked as a senior manager with Pottery Barn, Bank America and Apple, Inc. Little did he know that the combined experience in home furnishings, finance, and technology would so aptly lend itself to real estate. Whether he is reviewing loan products and translating jargon into layman’s terms with nervous first-time home buyers, or conducting reviews of architectural plans with developers, the diversity in Randy’s background has proven to be an advantage for his clients.
A belief in continual self-development Randy earned a Master’s in Organizational Management and Development in 2015. Post graduating Randy worked most recently as a Project Manager with a training solutions company. During that time, he tackled the notorious beast that is the Project Management Professional certification test, gaining additional skills and knowledge that have proven to be instrumental in improving processes that support client success.
Randy is a strong advocate of animal rescue efforts. In 2010 he and his partner Daren adopted a beautiful fur-baby, Sadie Phillips-LiVorsi. Sadie was found under the porch of a foreclosed home in the panhandle of Oklahoma. To this day, the trio can be found at the S St. dog park and walking around in and around their home at 16th and U NW.