Established in the mid-90s, the Whit Harvey Group has averaged over $45 million in annual sales – and over 100 homes per year –proof of their commitment to providing the highest level of professional service. We've recently taken this up a notch by joining the Ruxton office of Monument Sotheby’s International Realty®. Our team stays in constant contact with other Realtors in our network, sharing news of properties that will soon be coming on the market and buyers with whom they are working. Constantly developing relationships and strategies that will help both buyers and sellers is a team priority.
Our agents’ negotiating skills are second to none, and our exceptional relationships with mortgage lenders, service providers, and other Realtors provide a seamless, integrated experience for our clients. Our documents manager helps expedite the process, ensuring that all documents are completed correctly and delivered promptly. Our new home at Monument Sotheby’s International Realty® provides us with a solid base of operations and wonderful support staff.
“Welcome home. How often do you get a chance to affect a person’s life in such a profound way? Getting to know someone and guiding them through the process of buying or selling a home is a privilege, and one that I do not take lightly. Let me help you.”
Whit is a storyteller. When he takes a client around to view neighborhoods and properties, he can tell you about the best streets, the most interesting homes and their histories (both on and off the market), who lives where and why, and a myriad of other details that can’t be learned from an online tour.
A Baltimore native who began his career in Real Estate in 1982, Whit has been recognized both locally and nationally as one of the area’s top agents. His expertise extends from the finest neighborhoods in Baltimore City to the rolling countryside of northern Baltimore County.
Whit attended Denison University as a Business/Art major, transferred to MICA where he was a painting major while taking classes at Goucher and graduated from Loyola with a business degree.
He is actively involved in land preservation in both Baltimore City and Baltimore County.
Whit is on the board of directors for the Odyssey School.
Recommended Reading: At Home – An Informal History of Private Life by Bill Bryson
Hidden gem: Robert E. Lee Park, where he likes to hike with his wife and dog.
“As anyone who has ever purchased or sold a home can tell you, it can seem like an avalanche of documents to sign, date, submit, receive, initial, and then repeat. I love data, spreadsheets, checklists and all the details. It’s my favorite part of the job, so I thought ‘Why not just do that?’”
As a licensed Realtor, for the past twelve years, Kim Roberts enjoys building relationships with clients that goes beyond the purchase of their new home. Most of her business comes from referrals from her close friends and past clients and their families.
In addition to her duties as Realtor, Kim works as a transaction coordinator for the Whit Harvey Group in their Ruxton office. “I was impressed with Whit’s professionalism and the fact that he provides so much for his clients including professional photography services, an on-staff graphic designer and marketing specialist, and professional stager. I am proud to be a part of the Whit Harvey Group, adding my expertise to that of the team – I would recommend them to anyone buying or selling a home.”
Kim and her husband have dramatically downsized their living space and are currently living in a tiny home on 19 acres. As a self-declared country girl, Kim spends as much time outside as possible. In the warmer months, her home office is her screened-in porch. With her number one hobby as gardening, you are sure to receive fresh, homegrown organic food during her church pot-luck. In addition to raising chickens, pigs, and ducks and goats, Kim sells fresh brown eggs and plays the flute and piano, just not at the same time. What does the future hold for Kimberly Roberts? Getting honeybees and helping you buy and sell a home!
Carter may be the newest Whit Harvey Group team member, but he’s been in real estate virtually his entire life. “Growing up with a father who has been in the business since before I was born has allowed me to see firsthand what makes a good agent – integrity, dedication, and a willingness to work hard for my clients.”
Eager to help his peers navigate the home-buying process Carter says, “I’m current with the needs and concerns of people my age – I have the same ones. Buying is quite different then renting and transitioning into the idea that you are purchasing an investment as well as a home can be challenging. I can help with that by guiding my clients through the home buying process while adeptly using all of the technology that people my age grew up with and rely upon every day.” Coupling these attributes with his real estate experience and education makes Carter uniquely qualified to help young people find what they want, as well as what they need in a new home.
“It’s not really just young people though, I have a knack for getting along with most anyone. My psych degree as well as my eclectic upbringing helps me identify with what people are feeling/needing regardless of their age.”
Carter graduated from Goucher College with a degree in Psychology.
What he likes best about Baltimore: It’s history. From Roland Park to Canton, the neighborhoods are steeped in stories. Also we have an absolutely incredible art and music scene.
In his spare time Carter enjoys photography, dancing, hiking in the parks around Maryland and going tubing/kayaking. He is a professed Netflix addict.
Currently reading: Empty Mansions: The Mysterious Life of Huguette Clark and the Spending of a Great American Fortune by Bill Dedman
What do you like best about being part of the Whit Harvey Group team? – “What do I like best about being part of the Whit Harvey Group? The integrity of the team, and the pleasure we take in helping clients find their perfect home.”