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Robert Jenets, Matthew Maury and Kathleen Slawta

Stuart & Maury, Inc.

4833 Bethesda Ave., Suite 200





Washingtonian, Best Level Production; GCAAR Gold Awards, multiple years; DC Metro Real Producers; Top Agent Network

In an age where there is an increasing focus on technology and teams, how is a boutique brokerage able to compete?

We’re excited to say that not only are we able to compete, but we’re able to lead the field in both areas!

Our tech and visual design people are superb and our brokerage effectively operates as a skilled, interactive team. To go one better, we’re proud of our reputation for being ultra-professional (yes, we have two attorneys on board) and of the respect our brokerage has earned from clients and colleagues over the past 63 years!

Tell us about the Top Producers at Stuart & Maury.

Robert Jenets shoulders the duties of President and Principal Broker while adeptly maintaining his exemplary sales career. Bob’s volume last year of approximately $20 million is representative of his 35-year career and places him among the elite Platinum-Level agents in the Washington area.

Matthew Maury is now entering his 40th year in sales and has sold close to $1 billion worth of Bethesda-area real estate. Matthew has been involved in the sale of over 500 Wood Acres/Springfield area homes, in particular. His roots run deep as a lifelong Bethesda resident and a Whitman grad, class of 1970. He balances his life’s work with a passion for music. He is the leader of The VI-Kings, a popular ’60s musical group in the area.

Kate Slawta practiced law for many years before entering the real estate world in 2007. She credits her success partly to the natural synergy between the two professions. Kate has been a longtime member of the Top Agent Network, a recurring DC Metro Producer and a 2018 recipient of the GCAAR Gold Award. Kate also loves spending time at her small, lakeside cabin in Pennsylvania and working with underprivileged children.

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