Charlotte Troup Leighton is Senior Vice President and Sales Manager with the D.C. & Baltimore NCS. Joining the NCS in April, 2006, Charlotte brings over 20 years of experience in the Commercial Real Estate industry. Her main focus is national and local business development. This involves developing new business, managing national and regional client accounts, and overseeing commercial real estate transactions of every size and type.
Our team is dedicated to building enduring client relationships. We accomplish this mission by delivering superior, proactive service, by adding value and expertise, and by consistently exceeding expectations with every transaction. It says a lot that many of our customers have worked with our team for decades. We proudly coordinated and closed $12 billion in commercial real estate transactions in 2015
Charlotte also handles marketing, event planning and communications for the NCS. She has served on FNTG’s NCS Marketing Committee and the Chicago Title NCS Website Redesign Committee. Charlotte is a Million Dollar Club Award Recipient. She is active in many local and national organizations, including:
- District of Columbia Building Industry Association (DCBIA) Member
- Urban Land Institute (ULI) Member
- ULI Washington Advisory Board Member
- ULI Women’s Leadership Initiative Member
- International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) Member
- Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) DC Sponsorship Committee Member
- Georgetown Lombardi Women & Wine Event Committee Member
- National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP) MD/DC Chapter Member
- National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP) NoVA Chapter Member
- Mortgage Bankers Association/Commercial Real Estate Finance Council (MBA/CREF) Member
Originally from Houston, Texas. Lived in New York City for six years. Now live in Cabin John, MD with my husband, Russ, and our children. When I’m not navigating life as a working mom to three teenagers, you’ll likely find me planning a party, enjoying live music, or prowling for contemporary art to add to our modest collection.