Holly in the News

April 6, 2017 - Realtor.com, The Parent Trap: 4 Home-Buying Mistakes People Make for Their Kids: Ah, the things people do for their kids. One of the biggies? Buying a megamansion with a massive backyard perched in a stellar school district so they can give their offspring the best life possible--even if they're mortgaged to the hilt.
And yet, making real estate decisions solely for the sake of your kids can be a recipe for regret that can actually undermine your family's happiness. McEnearney Associates' Realtor, Holly Beville, lists some of the top real-life home-buying mistakes to help folks avoid falling into the parent trap. To access the full article, please click here.
December 1, 2016 - Zebra Press, Holly Beville of McEnearney Associates Earns Real Estate Divorce Specialist Designation: With over 40% of all marriages ending in divorce, there is a growing demand for Real Estate Divorce Specialists in the United States. Holly Beville, a REALTOR at McEnearney Associates Inc., saw this growing trend and recently completed REDS designation training. As part of Beville’s training, she took her expertise a step further and learned the legal and tax aspects of the divorce process as it relates to real estate. To access the full article, please click here.
November 14, 2016 - Washington Family News, Packing and Moving Tips for Moms-to-Be: The logistics of packing and moving are stressful under any circumstances, but add pregnancy to the mix, and they can seem downright daunting. Local realtor Holly Beville offers these tips for smooth prenatal and postnatal packing, as well as some handy website on meeting other new parents once you move. To access the full article, please click here.
October 9, 2015 - The Washington Post, Maywood Has Gone From Scruffy to Sedate:  In the article Maywood has gone from scruffy to sedate, writer Lester Davis notes "Holly Beville, a real estate agent with McEnearney Associates, said that many of Maywood’s residents view their community as a much-needed escape from the frenetic pace of the city. “Maywood offers residents access to a lifestyle outside of the bustle associated with Washington. A lot of residents appreciate being hidden and tucked away, but close enough to easily access lively activities and dining,” Beville said." To access the full article, please click here.

August 25, 2015 - Florida State University, College of Business News:  In the article Cremer credits FSU MBA for preparing her for new executive role, interviewee Terin Barbas Cremer stated " the best benefit of her FSU MBA continues to be the enduring relationships with classmates all these years later, especially three peers - Holly Hulen Beville, Charlette Livingston and Lauren Turner. As MBA students they worked on countless group projects together; now they are all excelling in their chosen careers. Beville is a Realtor in the Washington D.C., metro area. As a contracts administrator at Bankers, Livingston identifies and manages vendor risk. Turner analyzes revenue operations at McKesson Connected Care & Analytics in the Atlanta area. “The network itself has been phenomenal,” Cremer said. “You need to have the professional sounding board outside of work who gets where you’re coming from, like-minded people with similar goals, facing those same challenges."" To access the full article, please click here.