GoodDeeds is more than just a great company name. It is a way of living and a way of doing business. It is our way of living and our way of doing business. Our family has responsibly and respectfully served our communities in this country for more than 250 years, as builders on the frontier, merchants in our nation’s capital, and property managers and real estate agents in Montgomery County, Maryland.
Our family-owned buyers and sellers agency remains true to this legacy and stands by our motto, “A family business that works for your family.” Specializing in residential real estate transactions in Chevy Chase, MD, and the immediately surrounding communities, GoodDeeds is dedicated to bringing families together with their ideal home, one that they will cherish for years to come. We know these areas because we live in these areas, and we understand the nuances of the market like no other agency. In addition, as part of Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc., we have every resource needed to find the right home for you and your family.
We are GoodDeeds… and always will be.
Some moments from out past, some landmarks, and the legacy of being where we are.
View of Chevy Chase looking north from DC at the end of the trolley line from downtown DC before most of the houses were built.
The Quinns rented summer homes in Chevy Chase to get away from the City. They ended up loving the community and made Chevy Chase Real Estate, a family business.
The living room in the home at the time.
A Sunday outing in the horseless carriage.
Today known as Thornapple Street, this was the Summer home of the Quinn family.
Now Thornapple Street in Chevy Chase. This summer picture shows Herbert and Gertrude Price with sister Mamie Quinn Ackward.
A view into the offices of John Quinn Real Estate showing Jack Deed’s grandmother, Gertrude Quinn Price beginning her career.
The Quinn Family poses for a picture of their home on the porch stoop.
The Quinn family, spending time together.
A look inside the Quinn Agency with Gertrude Quinn Price on the right.
View of Chevy Chase Circle after the fountain was installed, note none of the now very old and large oak have been planted yet.
John Quinn, on an outing in his motor car.