About Patrick McCarthy, Realtor
How I got into real estate…
In 2005, I saw an opportunity in real estate and decided to partner up with my father. With over a decade of experience, I have learned almost every type of real estate market. Together, my father and I’ve sold over $500 million in real estate.
I strive to eliminate buyer’s remorse and seller’s remorse through extensive education of the real estate process as well as the current real estate market conditions. As a licensed Realtor, I work hard to ensure that I provide the best customer service, and push myself to learn constantly so that I can continue to educate my customers. Happy customers refer me business, and that’s how I’ve found success through the years!
Awards, Recognition and History
RE/MAX Executive Club Member
RE/MAX 100% Club Member
Prince George’s County Association of Realtors Member
Graduate of DeMatha Catholic High School
Graduate of Towson Univeristy – Bachelor of Arts, Marketing
Played Football at DeMatha and Towson University
- Buyer’s Broker
- Listing Agent – Scroll Down to View My Listings!
- Nationwide Relocation
- New Home Sales
- Short Sales
I grew up in the Bowie-Crofton area with my 3 other siblings. As the middle child, I have a natural talent for negotiating! Both of my parents come from very large family backgrounds so there is never a dull moment. I moved to the Annapolis area for several years after I graduated college, and I currently reside in Arnold with my wife, son, and daughter. I look forward to growing our family there for the foreseeable future. As you can tell, I have lived in several cities in MD, so I’m familiar with a lot of the subdivisions in the surrounding Counties. I’m a big Washington Redskins fan, and enjoy attending the games when possible. I also enjoy playing golf in my spare time.
Several years back, my cousin Anthony experienced a life changing accident that has left him paralyzed from the neck down, and has been fighting to walk ever since. One of our family’s goals is to raise awareness for spinal cord injuries with the Walking With Anthony foundation. The foundation holds several events each year to help raise money and awareness. Any donations would be greatly appreciated! You can visit the website at WalkingWithAnthony.org.