Local Expertise. Global Connections.
Julia Diaz-Asper is a Senior Vice President at TTR Sotheby's International Realty. Julia was born in Cuba and attended boarding school in New England, later her family joined her in the United States. Julia has spent many years of her life in Washington D.C, Madrid, Spain, and Miami, Florida. Prior to becoming an agent, Julia attended Trinity College for her undergraduate degree and Georgetown to pursue studies in history. While in Miami, Julia Diaz-Asper ran the family real estate business that focused on residential, commercial and agricultural properties. This experience prompted her to become an agent after her move to D.C. Combining her love of architecture and desire to help people, Julia is proud to have turned her passions into a thriving real estate career. Through pure grit and determination, she is one of the top-producing agents for her brokerage and is one of the top 1% of Realtors nationwide. Dedicated to her clients and their needs, she works tirelessly on their behalf. As an area transplant herself, she understands the many struggles that come with relocating to a new area. Julia has an extensive background working with clients from all over the world, including Latin America, Europe, the Asian Corridor, and the Middle East. As a result, she has built a sustainable business, where the majority of her clients are either referrals or repeat clients. She specializes in residential and commercial real estate, working with buyers and sellers. She also has represented developers with multiple projects in the DC area. Julia is an active member of the community and spends much of her free time staying involved in different local committees. She serves on the Friends of the Art Museum of the Americas (FAMA) board, which is part of the Organization of the American States. She also serves as the community Block Captain for the Citizens Association of Georgetown for her neighborhood. While presently serving as chair, Julia is the driving force behind the creation of “Friends of Book Hill Park Board,” an organization composed of neighbors who are devoted to restoring and cleaning historic Book Hill Park behind the Georgetown library. When she isn’t conducting real estate transactions or serving her community, you can find Julia in her garden or entertaining guests. She is a true classic chef getting her inspiration from her international background and adventures. Julia shares a passion for art and is a passionate supporter of local artists. Her meticulous attention to detail truly shines in her personal and professional endeavors.