Ed Lichorat was born and raised in Schenectady, New York, home of General Electric and American Locomotive. He has a bachelor’s degree in Sociology from the College of Saint Rose and an MBA from John’s Hopkins University.
After college, Ed joined the federal government and went on to work in information technology, operations, marketing, contracts, management, and finance. The jobs have taken him to North Carolina, Missouri, New York, Maryland, Northern Virginia, and the District of Columbia, his current residence. That varied background, plus his familiarity with relocation procedures, puts him in a great position to assist clients with their real estate needs.
Ed retired from an Executive Management position with the Federal Government after 32 years to lead DC Living Real Estate’s Property Management Division. Using his diverse experience in Marketing, Finance, Information Technology, and Management, Ed is well positioned to manage the important Property Management arm of the firm. Ed’s goal is to provide outstanding personal service and provide a high level of commitment and dedication to the firm’s clients and their valuable assets he manages on their behalf.
Away from work, Ed finds enjoyment in cooking and testing recipes for the Washington Post; traveling abroad, horticulture, gardening and hitting the gym to pay for his fondness for good restaurants in the area.
Ed is a licensed real estate professional in the District of Columbia, Virginia, and Maryland.