Corey Burr, Broker

Headshot As a Senior Vice President at TTR Sotheby’s International Realty with career sales in excess of $550 million over 31 years of full-time experience, Corey is considered one of the pillars of the Washington, DC, real estate community.  As a lifelong resident of the area and with an unwavering commitment to his clients, hard work and ethics, Corey knows the nuances and character of nearly every block, and he has the expertise to successfully handle any type of sale or purchase in any type of market condition. Recognized by the Washington Business Journal as “Top of the List,” Washingtonian magazine as a “Platinum Agent,” Real Estate Executive as “Most Influential Agent” and Real Estate Executive magazine as one of the “100 Most Influential Real Estate Agents in Maryland,” Corey has also achieved numerous company-wide awards.   Because he makes the effort to preview hundreds of houses each year, Corey can provide expert pricing advice to sellers and buyers.  Couple that with his keen acumen for deal making as well as his cutting-edge marketing techniques and wide range of professional resources, and you have a fully-informed, tireless advocate for your best interests. Since 2012, Corey has also been licensed with The Gibson Island Corporation, and, together with TTR Sotheby’s International Realty, is the official brokerage of Gibson Island, Maryland, a fabulous, 1,000-acre island on the western shore of the Chesapeake Bay, about one hour from Washington, DC, and 40 minutes from Baltimore. Corey has been married for nearly 30 years, and he and his wife have four wonderful children.  Outside of real estate, Corey volunteers with a number of charities such as the Kiwanis Club of Washington (Past President), and he has served on boards such as Landon School, the Kiwanis Foundation and the Dulin Goodwill Industries Fund which supports Goodwill of Greater Washington and Goodwill Industries International.  Additionally, Corey is an avid golfer and tennis player, and he has coached youth baseball and basketball teams for many years.



  • Member, Forbes magazine Real Estate Council
  • Washington Business Journal “Top of the List”
  • Washingtonian Magazine “Platinum Agent”
  • TTR Sotheby’s “Top Team in Maryland,” 2016 & 2017
  • Real Estate Executive Magazine “100 Most Influential Agents in Maryland”
  • Sotheby’s International Realty: $108 Billion in Global Sales Volume in 2017

Washingtonian Best Corey



As a lifelong resident of Washington, DC, I know the city and surrounding suburbs like the back of my hand. I bring to bear all my life experiences when I represent a client.

TTR Sotheby’s International Realty 2013 – Present Senior Vice President, primary engagement in the luxury sales market and continued oversight of associates within a team. Broker licensed in Washington, DC and Maryland and experienced in representing sellers and buyers with all types of properties and all price ranges.

Burr Residential Properties, Inc. 1987 – 2013 President, engaging in sales/rentals/property management and oversight of 10 agents. Broker licensed in Washington, DC and Maryland and experienced in representing sellers and buyers with all types of properties and all price ranges.

Outline, Chicago, IL 1985 – 1987 Visual communications company specializing in the fabrication of exhibits for trade shows and corporate communications. Clients included McDonald’s, Dow Chemical, Ace Hardware and Waste Management. Leading producer in Midwest and promoted to sales manager at age 24, overseeing office strategy and sales. Recipient of Association of Realtors’ Top Producer’s Club and Platinum Award, the two highest-selling sales awards. Named “Top of the List – Real Estate Executives” by the Washington Business Journal, 2/99


Graduated Duke University, cum laude, 1985. Political Science major.

Graduated Landon School, 1981.

Junior semester abroad in Aix-en-Provence, France 1983.

Community Service

The Kiwanis Club of Washington I have been a member since 1994, and was president in 2000. I currently serve on the Kiwanis Foundation Board, which oversees an endowment of $6 million. Among many events, this 150-member club carries out the following: The Joe Reilly Youth Leadership Awards, where deserving representatives from each of the DC public high schools receives a laptop computer, and the top three winners receive scholarships of up to $10,000 for college. The Pediatric Orthopedic Clinic at Sibley Hospital, where the club’s foundation funds over $250,000 for orthopedic surgeries, physical therapy and braces for over 250 patients who do not have the means to pay for such medical services. Support of the Sharpe Health School, the DC public school devoted to handicapped children. Our 70-year relationship with this school provides a yearly Christmas party where Santa hands out hundreds of presents chosen specifically for each child as well as a spring picnic and fall carnival. Pet-a-Pet, where every spring, we set up a petting zoo and carnival for our region’s visually-impaired children at Stone Ridge School in Bethesda.

Landon School Board of Trustees I served on my alma mater’s Board of Trustees from 1999-2005. I have also represented the school on a pro-bono basis in a number of real estate purchases and sales as it tries to provide housing opportunities for its faculty.

St. Francis Episcopal Church I served on the vestry from 2004-2010.

The Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy My wife and I serve on the committee for the Maryland Celebration of Reading, which, along with its sister organizations around the country, has awarded nearly $20 million in grants to almost 600 family literacy programs in 47 states and the District of Columbia.

Dulin Goodwill Industries Fund Board I serve as a trustee for this fund, which benefits Goodwill of Greater Washington and Goodwill Industries International.

Chevy Chase Fire Department I served as an area representative on the fire department board from 1995-2002.

Imagination Stage My wife and I are serving on the 2006 Gala Committee, the aim of which is to raise money for the worthwhile programs conducted at this wonderful theatre in downtown Bethesda.

Association of Realtors I served as a director for the Washington, DC Association of Realtors in 2004.

Duke University Iron Dukes I donate annually to the scholarship fund that supports student-athletes at Duke.

Coach I have coached our children’s youth teams in baseball and basketball.