Real Estate has long run in Creig Northrop’s blood. His mother, Elaine Northrop, is a well-known Real Estate Agent in Howard County who specializes in selling high-end properties. The Creig Northrop Team began in the late 1980’s, formed as a result of old fashioned service and values, combined with maximizing new technology and marketing mediums to create a more effective and efficient real estate sales process.
cindy was compassionate about my situation. i was made the personal representative of my mother's estate had a relative living at the property who was not cooperating and had a ton of other elements to resolve. cindy never blinked was confident the property would sell and was always upbeat and positive.
Former entrepreneur-turned Team Leader, Creig Northrop says, "When I first became a Sales Agent, I put all my efforts into becoming the best I could be. If you want to be successful in your business, you’ve got to love your business. You’ve got love to run it, market it, manage it, and grow it. Without passion, nothing you do is going to bring amazing results.”
Creig has a personal passion for real estate – unlike any other. Just like Michael Jordan loves basketball, Bill Gates loves software, and Warren Buffett loves the stock market, Creig Northrop loves real estate. Every one of these successful people love what they do and that is why they can create amazing results in their fields. Passion can give you the competitive edge because it gives you stamina. Passion is the fuel that keeps you going when your competition is ready to quit or gets complacent.
Creig Northrop began his team with a vision; to be the best in the industry. Creig’s integrity and unquenchable drive are the stepping stones that have made The Creig Northrop Team one of the most productive and successful Teams in real estate history. The Team began with a special focus on Howard County – and has now expanded to seven additional Maryland counties including Anne Arundel, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll County, Frederick, Harford, Montgomery, Prince George’s, and the District of Columbia.