A home is the stage for a person's life. I want you to look back on this 5 years later, and say, "I'm so happy with the choice I made."
Francisco Escobar has called Northern Virginia home since moving here from Honduras as an infant. A graduate of Yorktown High School, Escobar attended the University of Mary Washington and later earned an MBA at UVA’s prestigious Darden School of Business where he was a management fellow at the consortium for graduate studies. He has since worked as a teacher, a government consultant and at the US Agency for International Development where he has led teams in managing multi-million dollar contracts.
One of Francisco’s most notable achievements is as a founding member of Students Helping Honduras. The organization, that began during his college years at the University of Mary Washington, allows university students to travel to Honduras on educational service trips. During his time at SHH, Escobar led a half-a-million dollar project to provide over 300 residents with 44 homes, roads, clean water and electricity. The joy of providing people with better living conditions inspired Francisco to use his business experience managing relief projects towards the real-estate market where Francisco currently works with Jobin Realty.
Escobar’s philosophy is: “A home is a stage for a person’s life and it’s a powerful feeling to help someone get to that point. You’ll look back and think I made the right decision. I’m so happy I got to this place.”