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Roger Hughes
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reosavvy@gmail.com
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About Me

After Graduating from Howard University in 1991, Roger pursued graduate education and then worked in New Haven Connecticut for the Office of Housing and Community Development.  Then he provided consulting services to community development corporations and neighborhood groups in New Haven.  He served on the board of Directors of the Greater New Haven Community Loan Fund until he returned to Baltimore to join D E Hughes Realty Co. in 1997.

In the Baltimore Metropolitan Area, Roger continues to passionately serve communities.  He served on the board of directors at at St Ambrose Housing Aid Center and at Dru Mondawmin Healthy Families and as a member of the development committee of Chesapeake Habitat for Humanity.

Roger is an advocate and a teacher.  He encourages investment in Baltimore at the Mid Atlantic Real estate Investors Association where he presents a monthly market update.  He also regularly accepts invitations from housing agencies, churches, and employers to present homeownership tips and opportunities at homebuyer workshops.  He reaches out to community organizations to disseminate information to residents about applying for tax credits, appealing tax assessments, avoiding (or transitioning after) mortgage default and maximizing the redevelopment of vacant properties. 

Roger's first and favorite role is as a family man.  He is married to his beloved Rachel; they have 3 children (2 girls & a boy) ages 4, 2, and 1.  Last year, they purchased a home in Hamilton Hills near Mount Pleasant Park.  Ruby, the family labrador mix, was the very happiest about the move.  

D E Hughes Realty is located in Northeast Baltimore about a block from all of the following: Loch Raven Boulevard, The Alameda Shopping Center, and Good Samaritan Hospital.