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Carlos GarciaPresident at Eng Garcia Properties Eng Garcia PropertiesNetcito Alum
Carlos Garcia is an attorney, real estate investor, salesperson and brokerage owner. Carlos and his wife, Lucinda Eng, manage Eng Garcia Grant & Co (EGGC), a residential and commercial real estate sales team covering Washington D.C., Maryland and Virginia and operating under the Keller Williams brokerage umbrella. EGGC has sold over $100,000,000 worth of real estate in each of the last 5 years and is on track to top $150,000,000 in 2017. Carlos is also one of the owners of Keller Williams Capital Properties (KWCP in DC, which has over 350 real estate agents and offices in Upper NW DC, Dupont and Capitol Hill). In DC, KWCP has been the #1 office, across all brands in DC for units sold in each of the last 3 years.
Prior to transitioning into real estate sales, Carlos practiced law at the U.S. International Trade Administration, the firm of Gibson, Dunn and Crutcher, as a dotcom general counsel, and as corporate counsel for Pitney Bowes. His practice involved international trade regulations, technology licensing, business contracts and corporate mergers and acquisitions. Carlos’ passion for real estate is matched by his passion for social justice and education reform. He is a member of the President’s Council and a former board president of Higher Achievement, Inc., which brings rigorous academic programs and a deep mentoring network to under-served middle-schoolers. Carlos also serves as a Trustee of Connecticut College and a member of the Board of Directors of DKT International, a global public health NGO focused on reducing the risk of AIDs and addressing reproductive health issues in developing countries.
Previously, Carlos was on the Board of the Washington DC Chapter of the Urban League, the Board of EL Haynes Public Charter School. He was also recognized as an “Unsung Hero” in DC by the Community Foundation of the Greater Capital Area for his work in support of non-profits in the education sector and also served on the Selection Committee of the Washington Post’s annual award selection process for excellence in non-profit management. In 1988, Connecticut College awarded Garcia bachelor’s degree. He earned his juris doctorate from Boston College Law School in 1994. He resides in Washington, D.C. with his wife, Lucinda, and their 3 children.