To serve each client like a true friend and to market each property skillfully, for the fastest sales and highest returns.
2020 - Amanda Seibert won Historic Richmond's Golden Hammer Award
2020 Top LNF Agents in the country
2021 - DSREG is in Long and Foster's Platinum Club Status within the Gold Team
2021 - DSREG is in Long and Foster's Top Team of the Year by Gross Commission in the Richmond Region
2021 - DSREG is in Long and Foster's Top Team of the Year by Settled Units in the Richmond Region
2021 - DSREG is in Long and Foster's Top Team of the Church Hill Office by Sales Volume
2019 and 2020 LNF Masters Club
Richmond's Top Agents on Social Media 2019 and 2020
2020 Richmond's Top Agents Style Weekly Publication
Top 100 LNF agent in the Country 2017. 2018, 2015 and 2019
2019 RAR's highest award recipient - Ruby Award Status
2018 RAR's highest award recipient - Ruby Award Status
2017 RAR's highest award recipient - Ruby Award Status
Better Housing Coalition – 2016 Golden Hammer Award (Both the People’s Choice & Judges Choice for renovation on 2305 Venable St)
Dave Seibert, founder of DSREG was born and raised in Richmond, brings 16 years of sales experience to the table along with an extensive background in building, renovation, design and real estate investing. Knowing the product like the back of his hand, he can draw from his experience building, renovating or selling over 1000+ homes in Richmond. Dave became an agent as an extension of his real estate investment business, already being an expert on the local market people were always coming to him for advice.
Drawn to the Real Estate Industry from the beginning. From learning how to build and fix houses in high school, to buying his first home at age 24 and completely flipping it, he went from selling 11 houses his first year as a Realtor to consistently selling over 100 homes annually. To Dave, being a Realtor means being there for people. Whether it be helping friends and family reach another milestone in life, or helping someone he just met buy their first home, Dave is there for it all.
Dave and his wife Amanda love to travel, with 49/50 states under their belt he believes that this transformed the way he sees Real Estate and what he brings to the Richmond market. Dave and Amanda love to try new restaurants around Richmond and are always looking for the latest. Together they have a son who they love to take hiking with them any chance they get.
In his free time, Dave is a member of a small group at his Church where he has been for over a decade now. One day he plans to get back into coaching soccer like he did for many years.
If you are looking for a seasoned professional with a proven track record in Richmond, Dave is never too busy to jump in and help you put together a rock solid plan for accomplishing your goals.
Meet The Team
Andrew Smith, Real Estate Consultant and Account Manager, was born and raised in the Glen Allen where he attended Deep Run High School. Andrew then went on to receive a Bachelor's
degree from Virginia Tech in Business Information Technology, and from there, a Real Estate Consultant with Dave Seibert Real Estate Group.
Andrew became a licensed agent and began working with Dave Seibert Real Estate Group beginning in 2013, but has been interested in home styles, architecture, and design trends from a young age. Andrew really enjoyed watching TV shows about renovations and felt working with Dave provided an opportunity to see it up close.
Andrew loves meeting a wide spectrum of new people, and guiding them through the journey of home-ownership. He also enjoys helping friends build wealth through real estate.
As a Richmond native, he loves how diverse Richmond's neighborhoods are and finds himself lucky to explore all of these neighborhoods with his clients. He does have a special affinity for Glen Allen, The Fan, Oregon Hill, Scott's Addition, and Forest Hill/South of the James as those have all been called ‘home’ for him at one point in time.
In his free time, Andrew loves to play golf and has chased that hobby around the United States, as well as Scotland & Ireland. He likes to fish, hike, and generally spend his time outdoors. He also loves watching and actively playing almost any and all sports.
Originally from Chesterfield, Alexandria moved to the Richmond area when she attended VCU for an undergraduate degree. Alexandria is an expert in all areas of central Virginia thanks to her previous job as a beer rep all over town. She provides a wide knowledge of restaurants and fun events around town.
Alexandria graduated from VCU’s School of Mass Communications and concentrate in PR, minoring in business. She took only three years to graduate while working full time and rising in the ranks of her job as a sales representative, eventually becoming a brand manager.
When asked why she pursued realty, Alexandria said, “I realized I knew a ton about a niche that I really didn’t feel was very important or valuable, so I thought about industries I could pursue that would be more impactful for others.”
Her favorite part of the realty process is sharing the joy of homeownership with others and simplifying the process, making peoples’ dream easier to realize.
Some of her favorite neighborhoods include Manchester, Woodland Heights and Forest Hill. Alexandria is fascinated by the growth of these areas. “Richmond, in general,” she says, “is growing and I love seeing the ways it’s adapting and pushing outward.”
In her free time, Alexandria likes to rock climb, hike, hang out with her dog, or start a new home DIY with her husband.
Amanda is a Richmond real estate expert with an impeccable eye for detail. She intimately knows every neighborhood Richmond has to offer. Amanda grew up in the Fan, Glenbrooke Hills, and Salsbury neighborhoods and graduated from Midlothian High School in only 3 years!
After a year of international traveling she entered VCU’s Honors College where she continued her education while also maintaining a national ranking in competitive show jumping. With a degree in strategic advertising and a minor in business she quickly found success in entrepreneurship and sales. She has dedicated herself to providing each client with exceptional service and consequently was named the 2014 Rookie of the Year at the Long and Foster Tuckahoe Branch. Today she works with buyers, sellers, and oversees a local real estate development company (Nest Builders Development Co.)
Patrick Hiltz, Business Manager and licensed Realtor comes to Richmond from South Carolina after studying at Union Theological Seminary (now Union Presbyterian Seminary) and after receiving his BA from Mary Washington College. Patrick specializes in being highly organized as much of his work involves creating structured systems and doing communication triage to
ensure each transaction goes as smoothly as possible. But most importantly Patrick is punishingly good at puns.
Dave and Patrick have been good friends for nearly a decade, and Patrick was happy to help him steer the ship by taking over some of administrative side of the business. Working with the Dave Seibert Real Estate Group led Patrick to become a licensed Realtor in March of 2015 thus opening up a new realm of vocational possibilities.
After working for the Virginia Department of Taxation and then switching over to real estate, Patrick says that it is so much more pleasant to be in a world where people appreciate your work and where his efforts genuinely makes their lives better.
Patrick loves being in Richmond, and has been here for 16 years. He loves the neighborhoods of Bellevue, Ginter Park, and Rosedale. All three are very close to where he lived in his first couple of years in Richmond and they just feel quintessential to his early days exploring around
town, taking walks and looking at the charming homes. He loved that they are also dotted with great little restaurants, coffee shops, and more.
In his free-time, Patrick likes to read, work on genealogy research, play board games and cards with friends, attend wine tastings, stay current with Marvel Comics, and listen to podcasts galore.
Patrick and his wife Lila happily reside in the Northside of Richmond, and she is a school counselor at an elementary school in Henrico.
Originally from Bridgeport, CT, Erin came to Virginia for college (Go Hoos!) and decided she loved it so much, she wanted to make it her home.
Working briefly as an educator, and then as a pastor in Richmond for the past 7 years, Erin is now excited to support people through their major life decisions as a realtor. “I became a realtor to help people find great homes that they’ll love for years.”
What you see is what you get with Erin. She is unapologetically herself, the same person all the time, and it’s a quality that people really appreciate about her.
“Richmond is such an amazing, vibrant city,” and it tops her “Favorite Place to Live” list. She holds a special affinity for Church Hill, the neighborhood she first lived in. Steeped in history, community, and beautiful neighborhoods, it’s hard not to love. “I also really like Northside…the big, old houses with lots of yard space reminds me of my New England upbringing.”
When Erin isn’t busy #grinding, she enjoys eating, drinking, and being merry. Her happy place is a good restaurant with good people. She’s also a founding member of a band called Urban Doxology. They travel across the country doing music and it’s a really special part of her life.
Originally from Stafford, Heather and her family made the decision to move to Richmond, sold on the perks of city life. From its character and charm to trying new restaurants and exploring, it was an easy choice for her family to make.
Originally an elementary school teacher, Heather attended the University of Delaware where she received her Bachelor’s in Elementary Education. She went on to receive her Master’s Degree in Reading Curriculum at University of Virginia. However, after 5 years, Heather decided she was ready for a faster-paced and more competitive career.
After experiencing the home-buying process with her husband and enjoying a seamless and stress-free transaction, Heather knew she could make this reality possible for others and decided to make the career switch from education to real estate.
Growing up an athlete, Heather was a Division 1 Field Hockey player in college and is familiar with the hard work that is involved with being successful in a competitive environment. “Being a realtor is exciting and high-paced.” As a residential real estate agent, she loves to help people by using her skills to find a home they will love.
Heather loves that she is in control of creating her success, that her schedule is more flexible, and most importantly, she loves the satisfaction of helping her clients through really big and exciting life changes.
Favorite neighborhoods? Church Hill, with so much “Old Richmond” character, it’s easy to enjoy exploring the gorgeous streets. She also loves the Fan and Near West End, noting that the home styles are different from one another and both neighborhoods are incredibly walkable.
When she’s not working hard for her clients, Heather enjoys any chance she can get to be outside, from snowboarding and hiking, to taking her dog Kona on walks around trails in the city. She is also still very active in the field hockey community, as Head Coach for Atlee High School as well as running a local club team, Focus Field Hockey. Her husband is also an educator and coaches football.
Vito Bussa was born and raised in Southside, Richmond, but it’s his Italian heritage where he finds his inspiration. His grandparents and parents journey from Italy instilled in him strong work-ethic and values.
Vito graduated from Christopher Newport University (Go Captains!) in 2015 and dove right into his career, working for SunTrust Mortgage at their headquarters in Innsbrook. He spent 2 years in their closing department before making his next move to CoStar, a commercial real estate and analytic company he spent 4.5 years at.
Because of Vito’s professional background in both residential and commercial property transactions, he offers a unique perspective and a strong knowledge base in both areas. Paired with his attention to detail, organizational skills, and his familiarity with the fast pace environment that real estate demands, he is a perfect addition to Dave Seibert Real Estate Group.
Vito knows how stressful the process of buying and selling can be and how complicated it can be at times, especially for someone that isn’t familiar with real estate transactions by trait. He is an expert in the client servicing aspect, taking a lot of the complexity out of the transaction for clients to ensure a smooth process from start to finish.
His favorite Richmond neighborhoods? Church Hill and Northside. “I love the feel of both neighborhoods. I have family in New York and Church Hill gives me a very Brooklyn-like vibe!”
When he’s not grinding for his clients, he likes to spend his time outdoors and being active — hiking, golfing, visiting breweries and attending live music are some of his favorite ways to spend his free time.
Born and raised outside of Boston, Massachusetts, Bobby made his way to Virginia when attending Radford University where he graduated in 2005. There, he met his wife Melinda and after 15 years of living over 700 miles from her Clifton Forge roots, ultimately decided to move to Richmond to feel closer to them. They liked that Richmond checked all the boxes by offering all the culture, food, and music of a city while still being a drivable distance to family when necessary.
After working a corporate job for a large company for 10 years, Bobby made the leap to the world of real estate and has never looked back. He was quickly able to make the transition to one of the top producing agents in his market.
Bobby knows that real estate transactions can be stressful. Problems can arise that others may not have seen coming. He has the experience and knowledge to be able to navigate and identify most of these issues prior to them being a sticking point in the transaction. And when they do come up, he is able to communicate clearly with all parties involved and find a solution.
These skills mitigate the amount of stress his clients feel, leaving them to manage only what they can control.
Building relationships while helping a family or investor is what he loves most about real estate. He cares for each client and transaction as if they are his own.
When he’s not working, you’ll find him spending time with his family, traveling, and especially enjoying national parks. He loves coaching his kids Reagan and Reid in basketball and baseball.
Spending time with family.