GET TO KNOW TRACEY NEALE - NOW
Tracey is a 9-time Emmy and Edward R. Murrow winning journalist turned real estate investment blogger and licensed Realtor. She works in parts of the DC Metro area and Tidewater Virginia. She has a passion for design, renovation, and staging and is a lover of animals, music and ballroom dance. Tracey holds a BS degree from James Madison University, attended The Poynter Institute for Media Studies, advocates for orphans, and is the proud adoptive mom of precocious twins.
TraceyNealeProperties.com (Berkshire Hathaway/Towne Realty)
TheStablesGroup.com (RE Investment Blog)
OurVeganAdventure.com (Kid-Friendly Veggie Meals)
VeronicasStory.org (Orphan Care)
Raphael Cohen/ Joint Media
I worked with Tracey as a content developer for a few years, creating the visuals and music assets to the projects she produced, wrote and voiced over.
It was an amazing opportunity for me to be working with such an accomplished woman. With numerous awards, a positive outlook and a forward-thinking business mind, it truly was an absolute treat to collaborate with her almost daily.
I count myself fortunate to have met Tracey and to have worked with her.
Dale Young Properties
Broker (Nov. 2017)
Thank you for creating a marketing campaign for my real estate brokerage firm. I considered advertising when I first branched out on my own,
but it wasn’t until I sat down with you, and fleshed out the target audience, creative and marketing goals, and the budget that I took the leap.
And, it was well worth it, as the response that I received has been positive and helped to distinguish my brokerage firm from others.
You and your team are professional and easy to work with and stayed in contact throughout the creative process.
(October 29, 2017)
You know, it is not easy to be a bridge, an intermediary. What that person has to be is a good listener and communicator, a helper and so on, all at the same time.
One has to very attentive to play that role, but I have seen how Tracey makes it look simple. She effortlessly merged the gap between all the parties involved, while we worked on explainer videos for government projects - one after the another with a fixed deadline approaching.
It didn't take Tracey and me long to establish a lovely fellowship. Only in freedom can creativity flower. While she gave directions, Tracey made sure I had the complete freedom to experiment and implement my ideas as well. She considered and understood the requirements from both ends; the paying client and me, the designer. The outcome not only made everyone happy but also brought about a long-term working relationship.
Once you come in her contact, you can't stay away. Tracey possesses a very rare humane quality.
I have done several projects with Tracey, and for me, those projects stand out as great examples of how smoothly and beautifully a project can be accomplished if there is both cooperation and an equal level of intensity.
I love working with her and wish to work more- face to face, soon.