Ariana Loucas was born and raised in Baltimore. She now resides south of Baltimore in a water-oriented community in the DC Metro Area where she services clients in Northern VA, MD, and DC. In her early years, Ariana attended college to pursue a law degree. Her undergraduate major began with Political Science at UMBC. After her freshman year, she learned that the nearby University of Maryland Global Campus offered a Pre-Law program that she felt would better prepare her for law school. She transferred and with this new legal focus she was exposed to various areas of law (Contracts, Real Estate, Business, Bankruptcy, Consumer Protection and more). In the end, Ariana realized while she had a passion for law, she was more in love with the idea of having a J.D., than she was at becoming an attorney. Nonetheless, the introduction into these specific law categories became priceless knowledge for her when she entered the Real Estate profession. Outside of her education and prior to becoming a REALTOR®, Ariana was a successful part of Corporate America working in the sales, training and services departments for major telecom, marketing and mortgage companies. Who knew that between her original goals to practice law, and the corporate training she had, that when you blended everything together that she would become an award-winning, 5-star rated REALTOR in DC, MD & VA. At her last firm Ariana was the founding member for their Sports & Entertainment Division in Metro DC. This department catered to the real estate needs for athletes, and film or television personalities. As evidenced by so many testimonials about her, Ariana is committed to helping everyone with real estate, regardless of price point, but if you fall under the S&E clientele category, she has brought her Sports and Entertainment niche with her to Sotheby’s.
In her personal life, Ariana only has 4-legged kids (by choice); a rottweiler, and a bullmastiff. She loves children though and she is active in charitable causes supporting children and animals. During her down time (which is not often since she is a workaholic), she likes to attend comedy shows, go swimming, boating or traveling to places with clear blue water and palm trees. If the hurricanes don’t scare her away, Ariana’s goal is to retire to an island one day, or even move her business to one before she hangs up her heels for flip flops. As an only child though, her parents have notified the border police (not really, but they would if they could) that such a move by her is forbidden until they are “dead and gone” as her mother ——says.