May 23, 2024
The Honorable Phil Mendelson
Council of the District of Columbia
John A. Wilson Building
1350Pennsylvania Avenue,NW, Suite 504
Washington, DC 20004
Dear Chairman Mendelson:
In accordance with section 2 of the Confirmation Act of 1978, effective March 3, 1979 (D.C. Law 2-
142; D.C. Official Code§ 1-523.01), and pursuant to D.C. Official Code§ 47-2853.06(g), I am pleased
to nominate the following individual:
Mr. Anthony Bolling
31st Street, SE
Washington, DC 20020
(Ward 7)
for reappointment as the real estate broker licensed and in good standing in the District member of the
Board of Real Estate Appraisers, for a term to end June 26, 2027.
Enclosed, you will find biographical information detailing the experience of the above-mentioned
nominee, together with a proposed resolution to assist the Council during the confirmation process.
I would appreciate the Council's earliest consideration of this nomination for confirmation. Please
do not hesitate to contact me, or Steven Walker, Director, Mayor's Office of Talent and
Appointments, should the Council require additional information.
at the request of the Mayor
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15 To confirm the reappointment of Anthony Bolling to the Board of Real Estate Appraisers.
18 resolution may be cited as the "Board of Real Estate Appraisers Anthony Bolling Confirmation
19 Resolution of 2024".
20 Sec. 2. The Council of the District of Columbia confirms the reappointment of:
22 Mr. Anthony Bolling
23 31 st Street, SE
24 Washington, DC 20020
25 (Ward 7)
27 as the real estate broker licensed and in good standing in the District member of the Board of
28 Real Estate Appraisers, established by D.C. Official Code§ 47-2853.06(g), for a term to end
29 June 26, 2027.
30 Sec. 3. The Council of the District of Columbia shall transmit a copy of this resolution,
31 upon its adoption, to the nominee and to the Office of the Mayor.
32 Sec. 4. This resolution shall take effect immediately.
Anthony Ronnell Bolling, JD, CCIM
WORK EXPERIENCE KW Commercial (Keller Williams Preferred Properties) 1/2014 - Present
Upper Marlboro, MD USA
Hours per week: 50
Director – Associate Broker
As Director – Associate Broker of KW Commercial and Team Leader of the Anthony Bolling Group at
Keller Williams Preferred Properties (KWPP), I have garnered extensive experience as a real estate
professional in the DC/MD Metropolitan areas.
I manage a group of diverse real estate professionals offering a full range of real estate services. Looking
for a new residential home, retail, or office space for your business or investing in an income-generating
apartment, The Anthony Bolling Group can help you Buy, Sell and Lease your next property.
I have been consistently recognized as a Mega agent ranked #1 in sales production (out of 3,800 Keller
Williams associates) across the MD/DC region and ranked #24 out of the country’s Top 50 producing real
estate agents by Keller Williams International. Each of the past five years I have been the #1 ranked
commercial real estate professional at KWPP and “We’re excited to see Anthony accomplish this
achievement,” said Patricia Long, Broker/CEO/Team Leader of Keller Williams Preferred Properties. “At
Keller Williams, we believe in succeeding through people, and having Anthony on our team is a huge win
for us.”
My success is due in part to the superior training, skills, and tools I have learned to leverage over my 35-
year real estate career: during my junior year attending the University of Virginia (In Charlottesville, VA)
I earned my real estate sales license and affiliated with Shannon and Luchs, developing my interpersonal
skills by selling properties to homebuyers and investors A couple of years later I joined the Marshall
Heights Community Development Organization, and strengthen my project management skills
redeveloping vacant properties, and selling them to 1st time-homebuyers participating in the District’s
Home Purchase Assistance Program (HPAP). After law school. I served as a commercial leasing broker
for Barrueta & Associates were, I honed my negotiation skills representing tenants and landlords,
negotiating lease documents, preparing space proposals and letters of intent. And to fortify my financial
knowledge, as a contracting officer with GSA, I invested my one week of vacation time each year for five
(5) consecutive years to earn the highly coveted Certified Commercial Investment Member designation
“We’re proud to be in business with Anthony,” said John Davis, President, Keller Williams International.
“He’s using Keller Williams systems, models, and tools to grow his business and help clients. And clearly,
he is just hitting his stride in his market.”
Since joining KWPP as a full-time associate after leaving GSA in 2014, Anthony has closed over thirty
million dollars in sales volume and been ranked in the top 1% of all Keller Williams Associates across the
Maryland/DC region and the number #1 Commercial Associate at KWPP the past 6 years.
WORK EXPERIENCE General Services Administration 1/2000 – 1/2014
Washington, DC USA
Grade Level: GS-13
Hours per week: 45
Contracting Officer/Sr. Realty Specialist, 1170
As a Contracting Officer, I have managed commercial space acquisitions for leased and government-
owned requirements (office, warehouse, and lab) for three cabinet-level agencies, Department of
State (DOS), Executive Office of the President (EOP), and the Department of Defense (DOD).
My recent agency assignment was the DOD. Through the use of the National Broker Contract (NBC) I
manage the procurement of commercial office space for DOD users in the District of Columbia and
Northern Virginia.
My roles and responsibilities included the coordination of Building Assessment Reports for agencies
with the appropriate Workplace Specialist and leasing procurement team. Preparation of
Acquisition plans, JOTFO, and the development of procurement strategy and methodology.
Determine whether the agency’s requirements are sufficient to begin the procurement strategy.
And Coordinate with the lease property managers and other disciplines to evaluate the Lessor
performance as well as building and other deficiencies.
As the Contracting Officer, I employed many different skills to successfully procure short- and long-
term space requirements. I assembled, supervised, and coordinated an interdisciplinary team of
design and construction professionals, attorneys, landlord representatives, developers, contractors,
financial consultants, agency personnel, and other technical personnel. My role required that I
exercise independent judgment and perform a wide range of duties and responsibilities to ensure
that the work assignments of my team members are carried out.
My responsibilities required that I meet weekly with various internal and external GSA and client-
agency stakeholders. I am required to prepare written memorandums, reports, and evaluations on
matters relating to facilities and facilities management across all lease actions
Before joining GSA, I worked as a commercial leasing broker with the Carey Winston Company here
in Washington, DC. I joined Carey Winston after law school in 1995 and provided both landlord and
tenant representation to clients in Washington and Maryland. I lead a team responsible for the
exclusive leasing of over 200,000 square feet of office space, located in Landover, Maryland. My
transactional experiences provide me with a solid foundation in commercial office leasing and
facilities management upon which to stand.
In 2005, I earned the prestigious CCIM designation ( I have served as the MD/DC
Chapter President, Regional VP, National Board of Director, and 2009 J.W. Levine Leadership cadet. I
received a B.A. in Sociology from the University of Virginia while playing four years on the varsity
football team
D.C. Board of Real Property Assessments and Appeals 2/1995 – 9/2005
Chair a three-person panel reviewing the property assessment appeals of commercial and residential
property owners in the District of Columbia. Render revised assessment
Barrueta & Associates/Carey Winston 5/1994 - 12/1999
Washington, DC USA
Hours per week: 65
As a commercial leasing agent, I secured corporate real estate assignments throughout the
Washington Metropolitan area. I represented tenants and landlords, negotiated lease documents,
prepared space proposals, letters of intent, generated submarket profiles, and furnished
comprehensive analysis of the real estate markets in the District of Columbia and Prince George's
County Maryland. As the exclusive leasing agent for the owner of Metro-Pl ex I & II, located at 8201
& 8401 Corporate Drive, Landover MD, I was responsible for all aspects of leasing these 105,000 &
185,000 square feet office buildings. Working closely with the general manager and his staff, I
executed a variety of duties. I implemented promotional programs, designed to attract other
brokers and their clients to our buildings. I conducted all space tours and furnished prospective
tenants with market surveys and building floor and space availability plans.
I arranged with our building architect and coordinated with the tenants all preliminary "Test-Fit"
space plans. I critiqued and provided preliminary cost and price analysis of all lease proposals before
review by the general manager and final approval by the owner. I served an integral role in all
aspects of lease negotiations. I was responsible for negotiating terms and conditions of lease
proposals and agreements, performing cost and price analysis of offers, negotiating supplemental
lease agreements, and resolving contract disputes according to the laws and lease clauses. Via
weekly teleconferences, I furnished the owner with written updates on the status of the building’s
occupancy, anticipated vacancy, and [prospective occupants. I had daily communication with the
building's management staff addressing tenant issues.
As a tenant agent, I represented numerous companies in acquiring office, retail, and industrial space
for their operations. Recent transactions include EECO Staffing, Inc in leasing multiple sites in Laurel,
Annapolis, and the District of Columbia; American, Inc of Oklahoma in leasing a distribution facility
in Atlanta, GA; MTI in leasing offices in the CBD to fulfill a Veterans Administration contract; and the
Law offices of Sudbury, Evans & Houston in leasing new headquarters in the U Street corridor of
uptown DC. I assisted all my clients in the development of their short and long-term spacing needs. I
provided clients with technical analysis on the local commercial real estate markets, identified
market trends, performed lease analysis, and gathered comparable lease transactions with the aid
of resources such as Co-Star, Black's Guide, and Pro-Calc, and other brokers in the marketplace.
Marshall Heights Community Development Organization 5/1987 - 8/1991
Washington, DC USA
Hours per week: 40
Director of Housing Production
As Director of Housing Production for the District of Columbia's # 1 non-profit community
development organization, I served as part of a multi-disciplined team that developed and sold
more than 50 new and renovated single-family homes East of the Anacostia River in Ward 7. The
buyers were all first-time home purchasers who acquired down payment assistance through the
District's Home Purchase Assistance Program (HPAP). My team was composed of an architect,
construction manager, and project director. I reported to the Director for Economic Development
who in turn reported to the Executive Director of the Organization. As a project manager, I
monitored every aspect of the housing development process. Executed comprehensive market and
cost analysis on potential housing projects, supervised our $750,000 revolving line of credit
dedicated to purchase and develop the properties, and used Lotus to perform project cost
accounting for each property.
I conceived the marketing plan for the sale of the properties and performed buyer underwriting on
each potential purchaser, arranged for their financing with pre-approved lenders, and negotiated
the purchase and sale of the houses, and prepared all contract documents. I coordinated the layout
and design of the projects following the buyer's requirements and local zoning regulations. I assisted
in the development of building specifications for the contractors, generated the punch; list, and
conducted the final walk-through for compliance with the appraiser, lender, and HPAP
requirements. Finally, I coordinated and represented the organization at all closings.
Anthony is very active in his community. He is a member of the Antioch Baptist Church of
Deanwood, Washington (DC) Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Incorporated, Fellowship
Lodge No. 26 of Prince Hall Mason, UVA Football Alumni Club, CCIM Board of Director, and twice
past president Mid-Atlantic Chapter of CCIM.
Anthony R. Bolling, JD, CCIM is a second-generation Washingtonian, a life-long resident of Ward 7,
and resides in Hillcrest (DC) with his wife and two teenage children.
Chicago, IL USA
Professional - 4/2005
District of Columbia School of Law
Washington, DC USA
Doctorate - 5/1994
University of Virginia
Charlottesville, VA USA
Bachelor's Degree - 5/1987
Major: Sociology
Mckinley Technical Institute
Washington, DC USA
High School or equivalent - 5/1982
References Upon Request
Executive Office of the Mayor — Mayor’s Officeof Talent and Appointments
John A. Wilson Building | 1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, Suite 600 | Washington, DC 20004
Anthony Bolling
Mr. Anthony Bolling is a Director — Associate Broker for Keller
Williams (KW) Commercial and Team Leader of the Anthony Bolling
Group at Keller Williams Preferred Properties (KWP).
Mr. Bolling is a highly regarded and licensed real estate professional
responsible for over $30 million in sales volume and managing a group
ofdiverse real estate professionals offering a wide-arrayofreal estate
services, In Mr, Bolling’s more than thirty-five year career as a real
estate professional, he has consistently ranked in the top 1% ofall Keller
Williams Associates in the Washington metropolitan area and has been
the number one Commercial Associate for the past six years.
joining Keller Williams, Mr. Bolling served as Contracting Officer and Senior Realty Specialist
for the General Services Administration. In these roles, Mr. Bolling managed commercial space
acquisitions for leased and government-owned offices and developed acquisition plans and
procurement strategy. Mr. Bolling also served as Marshall Heights Community Development
Organization Director of Housing Production and Barrueta and Associates/Carey Winston
Associate. Mr. Bolling was directly responsible for developing, renovating, and selling over 50
single family homes east of the Anacostia River and representing numerous companies in
acquiring office, retail, and industrial spaces for their operations.
Mr. Bolling is the former president of the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of CCIM Institute, a current
memberofthe CCIM Board of Directors, and a memberofthe Washington, DC Alumni Chapter
of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Incorporated.
‘A Ward7 resident, Mr. Bolling earned his bachelor’s degree in sociology from the University of
Virginia and a juris doctor from the Universityofthe District
of Columbia SchoolofLaw.
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Executive OfficeofMayor Muriel Bowser
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Office of the General Counsel to the Mayor
To: Tomas Talamante, Steve Walker
From: Betsy Cavendish
Date: April 9, 2024
Subject: Legal sufficiency review of Resolution nominating Anthony Bolling as a member
ofthe Board ofReal Estate Appraisers
This is to Certify that this office has reviewed the above-referenced resolution and
found it to be legally unobjectionable. If you have any questions in this regard, please do not
hesitate to call Erika Satterlee, Deputy General Counsel, Executive Office of the Mayor, at 202-
Sj Bares
724-1303, or me at 202-724-7681.
Elizabeth A. (Betsy) Cavendish
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