Craig Damewood is as comfortable selling automobiles at some of America’s largest car auctions as he is marketing real estate across Northern Virginia. A Virginia State Champion Auctioneer, Craig has sold property at auction since 1978. Throughout his career he has always kept a firm knowledge on the value of real estate, equipment and antiques. A Loudoun County native and life-long resident, Craig has an avid interest in Loudoun antiques and supporting numerous community groups and associations.
Craig is proud to be a member of the Virginia Auctioneers Association’s Hall of Fame. He has served on the Board of Directors of the Virginia Auctioneers Association, and is proud to be a past president of the VAA. Damewood was also awarded the VAA’s Auctioneer of the Year award in 2002. He is an active member of the Virginia Auctioneers Association and National Auctioneers Association. A graduate of Reppert’s School of Auctioneering, he lives in Hillsboro, VA with his wife Laura. He is a 1974 graduate of Loudoun County High School.
Having worked as an auctioneer since 1996, Ike Swart has called bids at hundreds of successful auctions. He received his auction education at Long and Foster School of Auctioneering. Ike has been a critical part of sale set up for hundreds of equipment and personal property auctions. He also works at several weekly auto auctions across the D.C. Metro area.
He is a member of the National Auctioneers Association and Virginia Auctioneers Association. He is the current President of the VAA. Ike lives in Leesburg, VA with his wife Heather and daughter Abbie. He is a 1982 graduate of Loudoun County High School.
After spending several years as a television news reporter, Brian Damewood picked up the auction gavel. He works at several weekly auto auctions, and handles the marketing and online bidding for Damewood Auctioneers. Brian conducts the benefit and fundraising auctions for Damewood Auctioneers, which have taken him as far south as Florida. He has also worked for several classic car auction companies in Pennsylvania and Florida.
In 2012, the Virginia Auctioneers Association named Brian its Auctioneer of the Year. He serves on the VAA’s President-Elect, and is an active member of the National Auctioneers Association. Brian attended auction school at the World Wide College of Auctioneering in Mason City, Iowa. He is now living in Purcellville, VA with his wife Catherine and daughter, Penelope. He is a 2004 graduate of Loudoun Valley High School. Brian graduated from Virginia Tech in 2008 with a B.A. in Communication and a minor in Real Estate.