How We Got Here
January 1, 1989TYG Hangs Its Shingle: Nancy Yahner Real Estate License & Joined Long & Foster
January 1, 2001Became The Yahner Group
January 1, 2007Joined Keller Williams Realty
January 5, 2008Blanketing the Community in Comfort
August 5, 2009Joined BNI (Leesburg Historic Alliance), Celebrated 20-Year Anniversary, Red Shoe Campaign
January 5, 2013Antwaan Randle El Foundation Charity Golf Tournament
January 5, 2014Celebrated 25-Year Anniversary
January 5, 2015Introduced The TYG Schlepper
January 5, 2016Best of Loudoun, Officially Became TYG Homes
We take our FUN very seriously!
We help you navigate through complex real estate transactions.
We take our fun seriously.
Continually expanding our knowledge, vision and value.
Our passion is to make a positive impact on people’s lives.
It is all about service and a servant attitude.
More than the expected.
Every year Keller Williams selects honored associates as Cultural Ambassadors for the company. This means that the person is invested and active in their community and as such is an ambassador for the community. Nancy was honored to be selected as a KW Cultural Ambassador this year.
KW Cares is a 501(c)(3) public charity created to support Keller Williams associates and their families with hardship as a result of a sudden emergency. Hardship is defined as a difficult circumstance that a person or family cannot handle without outside help. The charity is the heart of Keller Williams culture in action – finding and serving the higher purpose of business through charitable giving in the market centers and communities where Keller Williams associates live and work.
Officially a Home Owner!! Extremely thankful for all my family and friends for their support. Hard work, and staying positive has finally paid off. Also, many thanks to Jon Paul Blankenship and Christian Searle for their hard work and dedication. If anyone needs a Realtor/Lender please see them. Now it’s time to celebrate. Got em’!
Our experience with the Yahner Group has be excellent. We found that everyone worked as a team and was always available to us. We had an unusual house begun in 1790. Nancy was especially creative in marketing. She was vigorous, fair and honest in all of our dealings with her.