As a Senior Vice President at TTR Sotheby’s International Realty with career sales in excess of $1.45 billion over 33 years of full-time experience, Corey is recognized as one of the leaders in the Washington, D.C., real estate community. A lifelong resident of the area, with an unwavering commitment to his clients, hard work, and ethics, Corey knows the nuances and character of nearly every block, and has the expertise to successfully handle any type of sale or purchase in any type of market condition.
As president of The Burr Group, an 18-member team with an average of 16 years of real estate brokerage experience, Corey has been recognized by Washingtonian magazine as a “Platinum Agent” and Real Estate Executive magazine as one of the “100 Most Influential Real Estate Agents in Maryland,” He has also received numerous company-wide sales awards, including Top Team in Maryland for several years in a row. Corey is a member of the prestigious Forbes Real Estate Council and writes articles for Forbes.com. He is also a frequent guest on WTOP radio, WTTG Fox5 TV, NBC4 Washington, and WUSA 9 TV, providing analysis on the local and national real estate markets. He is also often interviewed and quoted in The Washington Post. Because he tours hundreds of houses each year, Corey provides expert pricing advice to sellers and buyers in suburban Montgomery County and Washington, D.C. Couple that with his keen acumen for deal making, cutting-edge marketing techniques, and wide range of professional resources, and you have a fully-informed, tireless advocate for your best interests.
Corey has been married for 31 years, and he and his wife have four wonderful children. Outside of real estate, Corey volunteers for a number of charities such as the Kiwanis Club of Washington (Past President), and has served on boards for Landon School, the Kiwanis Foundation, the Chevy Chase Fire Department, and the Dulin Goodwill Industries Fund, which supports Goodwill of Greater Washington and Goodwill Industries International. In 2019, Corey founded the Children’s Club, a blood donation program benefiting Children’s National Medical Center. Additionally, Corey is an avid golfer and tennis player, and he has coached youth baseball and basketball teams for many years. Corey is a graduate of Landon School and Duke University (cum laude).