About Me


Hello!  I am Kelvin Reaves, Esq.  I am 40 years old and a resident of Rockville, MD.  I have been in the real estate business for 11 years.  I am a proud member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc., the National Association of Realtors and the Greater Capital Association of Realtors.

I attended the University of Maryland at College Park where I obtained my bachelor’s degree in 1996.  I then attended The American University’s Washington College of Law where I received my Juris Doctor in 1999.  My focus was on business development and real estate law courses while receiving my legal training.  I am licensed to practice law in the District of Columbia, Maryland and Connecticut.

After law school, I had the pleasure of clerking for the Honorable DeLawrence Beard, Chief Judge of the Montgomery County, Maryland Circuit Court.  After my clerkship, I practiced law as an associate for Bennet & Bennet, a law firm in DC focusing on telecommunications law.  After three years of practicing law, I began the transition in to real estate by organizing groups of investors to acquire properties in the DC Metro area.  After a few transactions, I knew that I needed to make a career change and I left the practice of law and joined Long & Foster as a real estate agent.  I am currently a licensed real estate agent in DC, Maryland and Virginia.

After working for Long & Foster for nearly a year, I decided to join ReMax Allegiance in Washington, DC on Capitol Hill.  I worked for the #1 Remax Sales Team in Washington, DC for two years.  In 2005, I went out on my own and I am a an independent agent at RE/MAX Allegiance in Washington, DC.  I draw from my legal background to provide excellent service to my clients in the DC area with a strong focus on Capitol Hill, Dupont Circle, and northern Virginia.  My clients range from home buyers and sellers to investors buying dilapidated buildings for condominium conversions.