I’ve been practicing real estate and serving clients in the Denver Metro area for over 20 years. With my well-rounded, extensive experience in all areas of the industry, I have garnered hands-on expertise and use these skills to help my clients when buying and selling. Dedication, a well-rounded approach to the local marketplace, industry knowledge, and negotiation skills are all tools that are necessary in order to provide a streamlined experience, and I make sure to provide this for every client that I represent. I am a past member of the RE/MAX 100% Club, DMAR Round Table award winner, and one of 5280’s recognized brokers.
I serve the diverse real estate needs of clients throughout Denver’s most desirable neighborhoods, including City Park, Central Park, Hilltop, Crestmoor, University Park, Mayfair, Montclair, Park Hill, and Southern Hills along with many areas surrounding the city’s central areas. From Castle Rock to Thornton, and Broomfield to Aurora, I am driven to find them the best investment possible.
I started my journey into real estate in 1996 while working at a small construction company that restored historic homes for owner-occupants where I learned the ins and outs of how homes are constructed. Then in 2000, I was asked to join a local real estate firm as a Realtor. Serving the community as someone that understands how older homes are put together, coupled with my experience in selling infill and custom homes, I have been able to assist many people find their place in the world.
I grew up in Park Hill, a central Denver neighborhood. I went to Park Hill Elementary, Smiley Junior High, East High School, and finally CSU. I have two children and still live in the Park Hill neighborhood less than two miles from where I grew up.
I love talking about real estate, travel, the arts, and design. If you’re looking to buy, sell, or invest in property within the Denver Metro Area, I would love to be considered!
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