Karen Briscoe is the author of "Real Estate Success in 5 Minutes a Day: Secrets of a Top Agent Revealed", which currently tracks in the top 1% of real estate books on Amazon. She is the principal owner of the Huckaby Briscoe Conroy Group (HBC) with K... Read more
Karen Briscoe is the author of "Real Estate Success in 5 Minutes a Day: Secrets of a Top Agent Revealed", which currently tracks in the top 1% of real estate books on Amazon. She is the principal owner of the Huckaby Briscoe Conroy Group (HBC) with Keller Williams. The HBC Group has been recognized by the Wall Street Journal as one of the 250 Top Realtor® teams in the United States. Further, the team has ranked in the top 100 teams with Keller Williams International every year since 2009, the year the group joined KW. The team consists of Karen, her business partner Lizzy Conroy, an operations director, a staff of four and five associate agents. Since 1977, HBC Group has sold over 1,500 homes valued at over $1.5 billion. The agents, staff, and associates strive to fulfill their mission to improve and impact people's lives. Primary markets areas include Northern Virginia, suburban Maryland, and Washington, DC. Karen began her real estate career developing residential lots with the Trammel Crow Company in Dallas, Texas. In Northern Virginia, she worked in commercial real estate with The Staubach Company prior to entering residential sales. Karen earned a Master’s degree from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas and received her BA from Stephens College in Columbia, Missouri—her hometown. Karen has completed the John Maxwell Team Certification Program for Coaching, Speaking, and Training. Through HBC Group, Karen and Lizzy launched Community Charity Champions to raise funds for local nonprofit groups and organizations and was awarded the Social Corporate Responsibility Award for 2012 by the Greater McLean Chamber of Commerce. In addition, Karen has been a board member for Lift Me Up!, a therapeutic horseback riding program for children and adults with disabilities in Great Falls, Virginia, since 2006. Her family is actively involved at Trinity United Methodist Church in McLean, Virginia.