The present day – Victoria runs daily operations at Fitch Development, and helps clients buy and sell real estate through ReMax Preferred.

Victoria moved to Maryland to work for real estate developers. She focused on the condo conversion market - High View at Hunt Valley, WIndsor Crest - as well as historic condos - Brecco Building

The market began a steep dive into the recession. Victoria continued to be incredibly successful throughout - winning accolades from the builders she worked for as well as the Homebuilders Association of Maryland.




Victoria began her real estate career in Colorado 

Victoria Fitch is an award-winning Realtor, owner of Fitch/RE real estate development and consulting company, and graduate of the Johns Hopkins University Master of Science in Real Estate Development program. Mrs. Fitch has held the role of Community Sales Manager at Ryan Homes, Koch Homes and Builders First Choice. She has experience in every product type including condominiums, town homes and detached single family - from starter homes to estates. Her career volume is over $100 million in sales and she has earned the most prestigious awards in her field which include Salesperson of the Year 2009 from the Homebuilders Association of Maryland, Most Valuable Player 2009 from Ryan Homes/NVR, plus countless trips around the world for exceptional sales performance throughout her career. 


Development Services

Victoria fitch

Victoria earned her Master of Science in Real Estate Development from

Johns Hopkins University

Fitch Development is a dynamic firm that specializes in working with builder and developer clients. We have functional expertise in the follow areas:

  • Acquisition and Construction Financing
  • Due Diligence - Feasibility Studies
  • Land Acquisition
  • Zoning and Variances
  • Development Presentations
  • Sales and Marketing
  • Exit Strategies



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Victoria officially started Fitch/RE in Baltimore, MD

Victoria joined ReMax Preferred to offer superior real estate brokerage services