Beasley Real Estate
Jim Bell is a fifteen year veteran in real estate sales, development and mortgage banking, Jim has closed more than $400 million in real estate transactions.
Jim Bell’s love of the real estate world is genetic. His mother owned a mortgage company, his aunt a real estate brokerage and his uncle is a developer. Jim has experience in all three areas, combining the best of all three worlds.
Jim’s personal and professional passion for real estate has earned him many accolades. He was recently named a 2011 Power Broker by Washington LIFE Magazine, and nominated as one of the Top 100 Agents in America by the Wall Street Journal.
As a native of the South’s capital city, Atlanta, Jim loves all things Southern, including cooking and gardening. He is a member of the Georgetown Citizens Association, and the Greater Capitol Area Association of Realtors.
Jim is very active in giving back to the community. His philanthropic and community activities include: former Board of Trustees for the Washington National Opera, major donor for Food and Friends Organization, Martha’s Table, Kalorama and Georgetown Citizen’s Associations, Mitchell Park in Kalorama, and he is the former Vice President of the Board for Starlight Children’s Foundation MidAtlantic where he served as the Chair of the 12th Annual Starlight Taste of the Star’s Gala.
“We recently sold our home in Washington and Jim Bell came through like an expert! We had several meetings before listing our home and the strategy and data points Jim provided were amazing. I am an economist and my wife is an atty. We know how to filter through the real data and see the expert – and he is the expert! It’s all about facts and dealing with someone that you can trust to guide you through the process. Everything he told us came true and we sold above our asking price, even in this difficult market. I know why he has earned such a impressive reputation.”
Designations and Professional Affliations:
National Association of REALTORS
Greater Capital Area Association of REALTORS (GCAAR)
Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc. (MRIS)
District of Columbia
State of Maryland