Linda Trinkle Wolf has been successful in real estate by melding a twenty-year career in design and sales with her sensitivity to the needs of her clients. Her proven negotiating skills and knowledge of real estate and market conditions have enabled many buyers to realize their dreams. Linda utilizes these same talents to assure that each of her listings stand out over the competition and are marketed to their full potential.
Having grown up in New England, Linda moved to New York after college and established a well-respected reputation in design. She was featured in major publications including: The New York Times, House and Garden, Architectural Digest, Time Life Books and Vogue. Opportunity brought her to DC and in 1997 she entered real estate and named “Rookie of the Year”, in her first year. Her business continues to grow from repeat business and referrals, in all price ranges. Linda has been listed among top realtors in Northern Virginia and in 2015 was ranked Number One Individual Realtor in the Keller Williams Old Town Office. She is a lifetime member of Northern Virginia Board of Realtors Top Producers and Multi-Million Dollar Clubs and Keller Williams Luxury Homes Division. As a member of this division, Linda has the most current information, tools, international connections and marketing resources available to assist luxury homebuyers and sellers. She is certified by the Institute for Luxury Home Marketing and has been awarded their highest and most prestigious designation of “Million Dollar Guild*”.
With her two Champion Standard Poodles, “The Girls”, Linda lives in Old Town, Alexandria. She works out regularly to keep her mind and spirit in top condition. She is a biker, skier and has successfully completed the NYC Marathon. In addition to her work in real estate, Linda has made a difference in the lives of Critically Ill Children of the Military at Walter Reed Military Medical Center and children with cancer, in general. She has been recognized for her contributions by Northern Virginia’s MRlS, Children’s National Medical Center and Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. She is also active in Operation Paws for Homes, a dog rescue group that has saved over 6000 dogs from kill shelters in the last six years.
Linda is a dynamic woman with an engaging personality, extraordinary energy and a sincere dedication to her clients.