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When something goes awry in your day, and your first thought is “I want to go home,” that means something. Home is a place where things go right, where your people live, where your dog greets you, where the best bed in the world waits for you. Home is an understanding. It’s safety, security and love, and more than anything, I want to help people find that.
I started in real estate in 2003, and I live and work in one of the most amazing places in the world. To me it’s more than simply placing someone in a house, or helping sell one. It’s showing a family that their dreams aren’t far-fetched. They really can have this amazing life, and I can help them find it.
This is a town of skiers and snowboarders, of hikers and mountain people who
absolutely love their community, and take an immense amount of pride in keeping it
beautiful. These are people who sacrifice convenience for a breathtaking view, for miles of trails, for fresh powder and first tracks.
It’s not just skiers I work with people from all walks of life, and being bilingual allows me to bridge communication gaps that could otherwise inhibit the process. I help Latino clients overcome the intimidation around mortgage documents and closing. It makes me proud that I can help people who share my Latino heritage overcome those barriers. Ensuring that everyone I work with has a place that’s truly theirs, or that they’re getting the most out of their investment is what has allowed me to make a name for myself in this community.
I’ve been voted Grand County’s #1 Realtor two years in a row. For several years I was the active Secretary and Treasurer for the Grand County Board of Realtors and I served as the Board’s Community Liaison Chair. I’m a CRS Board Member for the CRS Membership Committee and the incoming President Chair elect for 2018, and just this year inducted into the RE/MAX Hall of Fame - 2017.
But beyond accolades and being a part of this community, I think what distinguishes me as a realtor is that I consider it an honor. It’s an honor and a privilege to help someone fulfill a lifelong dream of living in the mountains. This isn’t a responsibility that I take lightly, and I will never give up on bringing that dream to fruition for everyone who works with me.