Anam Owili-Eger

Anam brings over two decades of experience and professional relationships cultivated during his time in the creative service and financial service industries to his real estate practice. He builds rapport with his clients by fostering relationships where open communication, compassion, and clarity thrive. He finds great fulfillment in keeping his clients as informed and educated as possible.

A graduate of Philadelphia’s historic Central High School and Swarthmore College, Anam is a tenacious researcher and dedicated problem solver. While meeting and surpassing the expectations of his clients is of utmost importance to him, Anam always brings his natural warmth and welcoming demeanor to every situation while adhering to the highest standards of integrity and professionalism.

Raised in the Germantown neighborhood, he has extensive roots reaching back to the late 1600s in the areas that are now considered Northwest Philadelphia and Lower Montgomery County. One of Anam’s ancestors was Humphrey Morrey, the first mayor of Philadelphia, appointed by William Penn in 1691. Portraits of more recent ancestors, Hiram Charles Montier and Elizabeth Brown Montier, are on display in the Philadelphia Museum of Art, both painted in 1841 by Franklin R. Street.

Anam enjoys biking and hiking in the Wissahickon Valley, is a pianist and composer, and is an avid fan of any and every Philadelphia sports team. He is married to fellow Elfant Wissahickon Realtor, Chrissy Erickson. They reside in Mount Airy in a home brimming with the joyous energy of their three daughters and their cat, Molly.