Director of Coaching & Business Development
202.733.5479
martin@menkitigroup.com

One of the first residential agents to team with Bo and Kymber Menkiti, Martin Weldon is the Director of Coaching and Business Development for The Menkiti Group and plays an integrated role in the residential, development, and commercial business units.

Over the past ten years, Martin has been instrumental in helping to lead the award-winning MG Residential sales team to achieve over $1 billion dollars in total closed sales volume. Martin began his career as a top-performing buyer’s agent, then as the leader of the Buyer Division, and is now working as a coach and director mentor for the team’s sales agents and expansion partners. In his current role, Martin also serves as The Menkiti Group’s ambassador, promoting growth and business development, as the team expands its neighborhood impact model around the country. In 2015 Martin was recognized with the I.A.M. award, which honors a member of the enterprise for extraordinary dedication and commitment to the growth and success of the organization.

Prior to real estate, Martin had a successful career in the restaurant industry serving as the General Manager of the iconic Georgia Brown’s restaurant in Washington D.C. A former KW MAPS Coach, Martin has mentored and advised scores of agents around the country in growing solid sales businesses based on the models of the MREA and remains extremely active in the real estate industry as well as in his community. He is a five-time Agent Leadership Council member in the KW Capital Properties Capitol Hill market center and serves on the boards for the Woodridge Warriors Youth Organization and for WINNERS Lacrosse.

A native Washingtonian, Martin lives with his wife and two children in NE Washington D.C. and is proud of his in-depth knowledge of District neighborhoods and the investment potential found therein.

A native Washingtonian, Martin lives with his wife and two children in NE Washington D.C. and is proud of his in-depth knowledge of District neighborhoods and the investment potential found therein.