Keith Beasley is a licensed real estate agent and financial industry professional serving Washington, DC, Maryland, Virginia and New Jersey. He is also a licensed minister and author of, A Way Forward: A Path of Progress from Promise to Possession and the Booski Baby children's book series. Keith is a graduate of Morehouse College with a B.A. in Business Finance and holds a certificate in Financial Planning from Georgetown University.
In 2017 Keith received a Leader's Circle Award for outstanding sales performance and achievement. He was also a 2018-2020 Fellow with the Executive Leadership Council.
Previously a Retirement Plans Specialist with ICMA-RC, a local nonprofit that manages Washington D.C.'s employee based retirement money, Keith now works as a Retirement Specialist with Nationwide managing Maryland's employee based retirement plans. In these roles Keith has helped thousands of people plan, save and invest for retirement and other financial goals.
As a licensed real estate agent in Washington, DC, Virginia, Maryland and New Jersey Keith also helps clients buy, sell and invest in property while providing education around the benefits of property ownership. Through his company, FORWARD LLC, Keith helps people set, plan and achieve financial and real estate related goals in an effort to help people create memories, build wealth and leave a lasting legacy.
Keith has partnered with NaviPlan Solutions, a financial planning software company, to deliver financial assessments and plans to his clients. Financial planning services are complimentary for all real estate clients upon a closed transaction.
"I care about people. I care about my clients. Therefore, I take extra care to provide a high level of quality service and to focus on building relationship throughout the real estate process and thereafter. That includes, should my clients allow, being as closely involved in the process as possible, including the reviewing of all documentation. But also, outside of homeownership, helping to make sure other financial goals are considered and achievable." Keith Beasley