Sarah Dalton Vassiliou
Realtor®
Sarah Dalton Vassiliou
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Sarah Dalton Vassiliou, a resident of Washington DC and Maryland for over 35 years, brings passion to her real estate career, translating to results for her clients.

The youngest of 9 children, Sarah was introduced to the real estate industry by her mom during her teenage years in West Hartford, Connecticut.  Sarah attended Trinity College and received her Master's Degree from George Washington University.  

Before transitioning to real estate, Sarah taught preschool, was an executive recruiter in the tourism industry and was membership director for a private club. Sarah's time as a preschool teacher allowed her to grow her communication skills, always ensuring that she effectively communicated with both students and their families.  Sarah developed a strong sense of how to truly listen to others understand her clients' wants and needs—a skill she honed during her time both in the tourism industry and as a membership director.

Sarah carries on her mother's legacy by listening and understanding her clients' needs and serving them in a thoughtful, smart, and practical way. Sarah's clients quickly recognize her passion for real estate. Her clients appreciate her ability to understand their needs. An effective communicator, she works to ensure a smooth process for her clients.

Alongside real estate, Sarah's great joy is that she is the proud Mom to Dimitri, a senior at Georgetown Prep, and Olivia, a junior at Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart. Sarah also serves on the Parents Board at Georgetown Prep, is a member of the University Club, the Blair House, the Circle of the National Gallery, and Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Church.

Sarah enjoys spending time with her friends, her large extended family when not working. She loves playing tennis, power walking, and singing.

Sarah loves her job and finds joy working with an incredibly seasoned team of professionals at TTR Sotheby's International Realty and The Burr Group.