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Blackstone Va, 23824
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Andrew Moody, an alumnus of Virginia Tech, moved back to the Nottoway County area in 2010 and joined the Access Realty team. With a degree in Property Management and minors in Real Estate and Business, Andrew is well versed in the field.
The first five years of his career were spent working with a large property management and commercial real estate firm in Harrisonburg, where he managed a multimillion dollar portfolio of residential and commercial properties as well as homeowners and condo associations. Andrew and his wife, Kim [Parrish] Moody, moved from the Shenandoah Valley to the Piedmont area in 2008 where he spent the next 18 months working in the accounting department of his family's business in Culpeper. Throughout his time in the Culpeper, he missed Southside Virginia and the field of Real Estate and decided on a move back to the community he grew up in.
Throughout their marriage, Andrew and Kim have had the pleasure of renovating four houses and one commercial property. Three of those homes have been sold for a profit as part of an investment portfolio, so he also brings a unique eye for investment properties to his work. Additionally, he has also served as either the President or Vice-President of the Virginia Tech Alumni Association in each community that he has lived in as well as served as the Treasurer of their last homeowners association. Andrew continues to cultivate his love for finances as he also owns his own bookkeeping business, Stewardship Solutions, LLC.
His wife, a licensed Interior Designer compliments his work in real estate very well with her company, Kim Moody Design, through her services in home staging as well as wedding planning & interior design! Together the two are partners at Trend, a retail business in Downtown Blackstone they built from the ground up.
In the little bit of free time that Andrew & Kim have, they enjoy spending it with family and are delighted to be back in the area they've always called home.