History With Houses

Entrepreneur Liz Moore Has Found Much Success In The Hampton Roads Real Estate Game



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HRM: You’re also a big supporter of Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters.

LM: My son was born prematurely and had heart surgery at the age of two weeks. It just struck me what a miracle it is that we have this hospital in our back yard, and I prayed that day that if everything went okay with my baby, I would work diligently to give back to that hospital. My son is now a healthy and happy 21-year-old, attending Christopher Newport University, and I feel very blessed.


HRM: You’ve recently released a book called 101 Reasons to Love Living in the Historic Triangle as a fundraiser for CHKD.

LM: Such a big part of what we do is selling the community. Before someone decides on a home, they have to decide which community and neighborhood they want to live in first. Our firm prides itself on being the go-to resource for helping people relocate and connect with our local communities, so it made sense to publish the book. Our relocating clients especially love it!

HRM: You could do this anywhere. Why Hampton Roads?

LM: I can’t imagine living anywhere else than Williamsburg. Where else can you go downtown to Duke of Gloucester Street, get an ice cream cone, and wander around in the 18th century. It really is a cool place to live and work.