Neena Rodgers has spent a lifetime on the Chesapeake Bay and her tributaries. Neena and her husband, a semi-retired veterinarian, relocated from Annapolis, Maryland in 1997 to pursue their passion for sailing. Neena already had a successful 20-year career in marketing and advertising multi-family housing in the Baltimore and Washington regions and wanted to continue working in real estate on Virginia’s Chesapeake Bay. Today, one of her gifts as a successful Virginia Realtor is knowing her market by water as well as she knows the property by land. From deep water anchorages to wide open bay vistas, Neena can find the right retreat for you and your family.
Neena resides on Fishing Bay in Deltaville and enjoys spending any free time aboard the current family vessel, “Sloopless” and racing their catboat “Paws”. The Rodgers savor time on the water with their children and grandchildren, who reside in Annapolis, Texas and New Hampshire. Neena is an accomplished horsewoman, competitive sailor and has extensive cruising experience from the East Coast to the Bahamas. She is a Cum Laude graduate of American University in Washington, DC.
As a consistent Platinum producer in the Chesapeake Bay and Rivers Association of Realtors and a top producer at Isabell K Horsley Real Estate, Ltd., Neena enjoys strong relationships with all the professionals needed to execute smooth and happy closings. Neena covers from the Potomac to the York Rivers with a specialty in the Rappahannock, Corrotoman and Piankatank Rivers, and the Mobjack Bay and her tributaries.
Hunter Sledd is a Richmond native with extensive experience in sales and marketing over a 40+ year career. He attended Baylor University and is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Hunter entered residential real estate in 1985 and joined IsaBell K. Horsley Real Estate, Ltd. after relocating to the Northern Neck in 2007. He holds CRS and GRI designations and has been a multi-million dollar producer over his career. Hunter has a particular interest in waterfront property and is a founding member of the Northern Neck Master Gardeners Shoreline Evaluation Program. In that capacity he does evaluations of shoreline issues for homeowners and makes research-based recommendations to help control erosion. He is a member of both the Northern Neck and Chesapeake Bay and Rivers Associations of Realtors.