Social media can often define real estate agents as professionals. Much can be learned about us by going to Trulia, Zillow,, ActiveRain, Google, and our website.  But it doesn’t tell you who we are as people. So this is our story.

We met in 1985 at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia. We have lived in Northern Virginia for more than 25 years. Maryanne is from Metuchen, N.J., and is the youngest from a family of 9. Her father Frank Cammarano has been a Catholic Church Deacon since Maryanne was 13. His view of how you should treat people, as well as the mechanics of working together with her siblings, taught Maryanne the valuable skills of cooperation and negotiation. Dwayne describes Maryanne as the smartest woman he has ever met, and he often assures others that being married to her has little to do with this statement.

Dwayne is from Manassas, Virginia. His father Lindberg Moyers survived the Korean War after he was captured while fighting North Koreans and Chinese soldiers. He was listed as missing in action and later became a liberated prisoner of war (1950). He would later learn the trade of a laying brick on the G.I. Bill, and eventually became the owner of Moyers Masonry, Inc. From age 6 until 18 Dwayne spent his summer vacations from school on construction sites doing everything from cleaning construction areas to laying brick. His mother Janet Moyers was the owner of Manaport Realty in Manassas, Virginia. Her company was one of the original 7 independently owned real estate brokerages to join the Century 21 Real Estate franchise.

The influence of their parents has helped form our business approach. We strive to treat people fair with honest advice and direction. We are 7 days a week Realtors who believe in the philosophy that hard work will produce results. We don’t have spouses with careers which enable us to treat real estate as a part-time occupation. This means our obligations to our children, and ourselves are a guarantee that we will continue to work hard while providing you the best service that over 25 years of combined real estate experience can bring.

Dwayne’s mother often told him, “Whatever you decide to do in life, make sure you’re the best. It will bring you the respect of your peers.” His father reminded him every summer, “If you can’t do your best, don’t bother getting out of bed in the morning.” His past achievements in 7 years of military service, 13 years of law enforcement service to Prince William County, and 13 years of providing real estate service in Northern Virginia are evidence of his commitment to any assigned task, and utilizing the advice of two parents who understood the level of service required to successfully run businesses in Northern Virginia.

Hiring a real estate agent is serious business. All agents are not the same. Industry statistics found 20% of licensed agents handle 80% of all closings, and 90% of agents would not be able to sustain themselves on their yearly earnings. When you decide to select agents to interview, investigate the ability of each agent to promote themselves as real estate agents. If the presence of an agent on the internet is lacking, it’s a safe bet the marketing efforts of your home, and the agents knowledge of the market will also fall short of meeting your best interests. They aren’t part-time, they don’t have spouses with separate careers to rely on financially, and they aren’t supplementing a pension. Hire them and they will get it done.

Long and Foster Associate Broker Maryanne Moyers at the model home (Avalon home design) in sought-after Liberty Knolls in Stafford County.

Long and Foster Associate Broker Maryanne Moyers discusses contract options presented by Ryan Homes during negotiations with a relocation client at Liberty Knolls subdivision in Stafford County.

Maryanne Moyers is shown here discussing contract issues with a relocation client. During a 10-day home search, Dwayne and Maryanne showed their clients homes at Round Hill, Virginia (Loudoun County) in Lake Ridge Estates subdivision; Warrenton, Virginia (Fauquier County) in Brookside subdivision; and several subdivisions in the communities of Bristow, Gainesville, and Haymarket, Virginia (Prince William County). Their knowledge of Northern Virginia residential real estate market expanded the search to Stafford County where they felt their clients would like a home under construction and offered at a significantly price from a special promotion in Liberty Knolls subdivision. Their clients felt the home and community were a perfect match and purchased a Ryan Homes estate series single-family home..

Dwayne & Maryanne Moyers are full-time top producing Northern Virginia real estate agents.

Equal Opportunity Housing

Related articles