Koki & Associates Real Estate
Koki Adasi and his team have been serving the real estate needs of DC, Virginia and Maryland residents for more than 10 years. Combining their many years of experience with positivity, enthusiasm, hard work and a love of real estate, the team provides unparalleled customer service and an exceptional client experience.
Koki has provided real estate expertise to media outlets including CNN, NPR, HGTV, Washingtonian and the Washington Post, and serves in leadership roles for the local and national REALTOR® associations.
In addition to Washingtonian Top Realtor awards, Koki & Associates was named Top Group by Sold Units in the DC area by Long & Foster three years in a row. Koki and his teammate, CJ Rader, are Realtor Magazine 30 Under 30 Recipients.
It's a bit strange to be reporting that there is an 11-bedroom rowhome on the market in Petworth for just under 0,000, but here we are. With some of the highest rents in the country, District homes are leased as group houses all the time, but rarely are they specifically renovated for this purpose. The...read more »
The Boring Company's Elon Musk got a bit ahead of himself when he announced that he would be able to move forward with the high-speed commuter solution he's been working on. On July 20th, Musk Tweeted (above) that he had received "verbal [government] approval" for the project. However, Reed Cordish, White House tech advisor, admits...read more »
Everything old is new again. You didn't think millennials invented tiny homes, did you? One-bedroom rowhouses are few and far between in the District, but they are often some of the oldest homes still standing. A one-bedroom in Logan Circle recently went on the market that was built in 1833. Located at 1341 Vermont Avenue Northwest,...read more »
*Courtesy of Washington City Paper As District neighborhoods gain visibility in the real estate marketplace, often a distinct new name for the area emerges. In many cases, it seems to occur when a lesser-known neighborhood wants to be recognized as part of a more popular one (i.e. Hill East). Sometimes, it's because an area wants...read more »
*Images Courtesy of Urban Turf The moment inches nearer when we will join the rest of the world in taking advantage of the technology that is high-speed train travel. The Maryland Department of Transportation has just completed an environmental study looking into the impact of a Superconducting Magnetic Levitation rail line linking DC and Baltimore...read more »