David Hebel is a realtor with Icon Realty Group. David specializes in residential real estate in the Richmond area, specializing in Richmond, Henrico, Hanover and Chesterfield.
David was born in Arlington Heights, Illinois, grew up in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, and in 1975 moved with his family to the far west end of Henrico County, VA.
David’s lived in the far west end in Tuckahoe Village West and Canterbury, in north side in the Lakeside area, in the Glen Allen neighborhoods of Deer Springs, Hunton Estates, and Cross Ridge, and most recently the urban area of Rocketts Landing.
As a realtor, he has been involved in the sale of homes in Henrico, the City of Richmond, Hanover County, and Chesterfield County. He’s been licensed since September of 2015.
He’s been to his wife Susan for twenty-nine years, and has one daughter, Katelyn. David graduated from Douglas S Freeman High in 1979 and the University of Richmond in 1983.
David believes in serving his community, and has a particular affinity for the first responder community. He believes in this so strongly that he volunteers with two local law enforcement organizations: the Richmond Police as a Neighborhood Assistance Officer, and with the Henrico Police in their Motorist Assistance Unit.
David also believes in serving the community by regularly teaching first time buyer classes under the guidance of VHDA. These classes teach mostly first-time buyers about the steps in buying a home, including personal finances, credit and credit repair, working with a lender, working with a realtor, the home inspection process, and the closing process. This classes qualify attendees for VHDA loans and grants, but more importantly, give vital information to people so they can be fully informed consumers. No solicitation is allowed by VHDA during or after these classes, so it a perfect opportunity to teach important information to people eager to learn!
Henrico Motorist Assistance: David has been a volunteer with Henrico Motorist Assistance (Division of Police) since January 2009. In this role he served by going out “on patrol” with a partner, patrolling for disabled vehicles, and assistance police with active active scenes by directing traffic and protecting the scene keeping officers and citizens safe while the scene is processed. On occasion, the units also help with road checks, and can be found directing traffic at major intersections during traffic light malfunctions and power outages.
Richmond Police, Neighborhood Assistance Officer: David has been a volunteer with Richmond Police as a Neighborhood Assistance Officer since March of 2012. As a NAO, David helps with a number of events, including the Annual 10k race, the Richmond Marathon, Wreaths Across America, and a number of other events requiring traffic direction and control.
Since becoming a realtor, I have:
● Sold 10 homes (1 sell-side, 9 buy-side)
● Average home price sold was $201,889
● Total sales volume was $2,018,890
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