Nationals players have turned to Jordan Stuart for real estate

Nationals players have turned to Jordan Stuart for real estate

Kyle Barraclough

If you ever wondered how athletes find their housing, they generally turn to a real estate expert who specializes in the needs of athletes, but keep in mind — it is not a one size fits all type of deal. Not everyone is Max Scherzer who bought a mansion overlooking the Potomac River on a tony street, and most players are just looking for simple furnished apartments in Arlington and the Navy Yard neighborhoods. For the past few years, several of the Washington Nationals‘ players have turned to Jordan Stuart of Keller Williams Real Estate and the national Next Move Network which Stuart serves as the CEO and brainchild of solving the athlete conundrum. Baseball players moreso than other sports have the most demanding needs for a real estate expert like Stuart.

“Baseball players need spring training housing, in-season housing, and off-season housing,” Stuart said. “Then there are the panicked calls when a player gets traded across the country. They have families, and many have young children. I have to weigh their budget, their need for security, and right down to pet accommodations.”