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Tyler Ross, Principal Broker

Cell: (540)270-4819 c | (540)351-0922 ext.101 o


RLI, Realtor Land Institute

Board of Directors, Greater Piedmont Realtors 2016-Present

Platinum Honor Society (GPR), 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018

Broker's Honor Society (GPR) 2019, 2020, 2021

Formerly Designated As:

SRS, Seller Representative Specialist

ABR, Accredited Buyer's Representative

CRS, Certified Residential Specialist

ASP, Accredited Staging Professional

Town of Warrenton Economic Development Working Group, 2017

Fauquier County Comprehensive Plan, Housing Chapter Work Group, 2018

Member, EOTW Economic Vitality Committee

Tyler Ross is a life-long citizen of Fauquier County, Virginia, born on “Hospital Hill” in Warrenton. He has been licensed to transact real estate since 2005.


After earning a degree in Economics from Rollins College in Winter Park, FL, Tyler returned home to Warrenton to begin working for a private financing fund where he managed real estate assets, evaluated collateral and marketed non-performing assets for sale, meanwhile moonlighting for a private investor pulling title for, evaluating and ultimately listing investment properties for sale.


In 2012, Tyler hung his own shingle and now operates Ross Real Estate, which has been awarded “Fauquier Best Brokerage” multiple times.


Tyler has sold $100,000,000+ in local real estate in over 300 transactions and is one of the few highly experienced land brokers in the area. Additionally, Tyler has participated as a principal investor in rentals, short-term investments, subdivisions, new construction, foreclosures, short-sales and nutrient banks.


Tyler’s hobbies include hosting a podcast called “Learning to Dad with Tyler Ross”, he has written two children’s books and in recent years has become a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu addict, training four times a week. Tyler enjoys helping coach his kids, Riley and Grayson, in both T-Ball and Jiujitsu. And if not at not a local winery or brewery, you can find Tyler and his wife Sarah, an elementary school teacher, in front of the fireplace looking for a new binge-worthy TV series.