Buying or selling a home in Colorado Springs, CO? Relocating to the Pike Peak region? Are you interested in buying a distressed property, foreclosure or short sale in Colorado Springs, CO? I can help!
I am a native and a third generation Realtor in Colorado Springs. My wife and I raise my 2 children in this wonderful community. I have worked for RE/MAX Properties, the #1 real estate firm in town, for 8 years. I take absolute pride in using all the technology tools available to help you buy or sell a home in Colorado Springs. I also work with you one on one to provide the advice and customer service you need to successfully navigate an often complicated housing transaction.
RE/MAX Properties handles more real estate transactions in the Colorado Springs are then anybody else in town. See what the power of the top company can do for you in your next deal. RE/MAX has the top real estate brand in the world, and I combine that branding power with my local knowledge to give my clients the best representation available
I have designed this web site to give you the tools and information to get started in your home search.
Find your next home in the Colorado Springs area by using my property search. You will be instantly connected with every listing updated daily, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This is a great resource for Colorado Springs Homes and foreclosures. Or, if you are selling a home you can search the market for comparable listings and contact me when you are ready to get a professional opinion on what your home is worth in the current Colorado Springs housing market.
When it comes to selling homes in the Pike Peak region, I know how to handle every aspect of the process, from strategic marketing to making sure everything’s signed, sealed and delivered by the closing date. So when you make the decision to sell, please don’t hesitate to call or email me. I’d like to put my skills, experience, extensive contacts, and all of RE/MAX®’s elevated marketing to work for you.
Inventory Shortage in the western united states including Colorado Springs, see analysis from NAR’s Economic advisor