Not just real estate agents, but REALTORS® [There is a difference!]
As a full-service award-winning real estate brokerage we are a team of hard-working, dedicated Realtors®, area experts who have excellent knowledge of the wonderful neighborhoods in Denver and Boulder. Whether buying or selling, our insight, 5-star service, experience, eye-catching marketing, and keen negotiating skills will guide you successfully through your real estate transaction. We love what we do!
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BROKERAGE AND REALTOR AWARDS AND RECOGNITION
5-STAR GOOGLE+, FACEBOOK & YELP REVIEWS
5280 MAGAZINE’S 5-STAR PROFESSIONAL RECIPIENTS FOR CUSTOMER SERVICE
DENVER METRO ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS AWARDS:
- #1 SMALL OFFICE FOR SALES VOLUME
- #2 SMALL OFFICE FOR # OF SALES
- INDIVIDUAL AGENT AWARDS FOR SALES VOLUME
Being recognized by our clients and industry organizations means the world to us! We may be small, but we do BIG things!
SO WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A REAL ESTATE AGENT AND A REALTOR®?
- Real estate agent: Anyone who earns a real estate license can be called a real estate agent. State requirements vary, but in all states you must take a minimum number of classes and pass a test to earn your license.
- REALTOR®: A real estate agent who is a member of the National Association of REALTORS®, state and local associations. This means that he or she must uphold the standards of the association and its code of ethics as a Realtor®. [Duties to the public; duties to our clients and customers; and duties to other Realtors.]
As Realtors®, we are held to a higher standard of practice. Yes, whether a real estate agent or one who is also a Realtor, we are all licensed and must follow the Colorado Real Estate Commission's rules and if we don't, there are consequences. However, as Realtors, we elevate the practice with standards and a code of ethics, like most other professions. Would you work with a lawyer or a doctor who had their license, but weren't members of their respective industry's professional boards?
Realtors typically have more experience, they advance their profession by obtaining specific industry designations, work full-time, and tend to earn more income than real estate agents — which then by default means that you are getting better representation in your transaction.
It's also important to note that a portion of our annual board dues are used politically to lobby for consumer protections, rights, and benefits. i.e. financial and credit issues, diversity and fair housing, property rights issues, insurance issues, federal tax issues, to note a few. Why not work with a Realtor® and help support home ownership dreams?
Whether buying or selling a home, our service, area expertise, and keen negotiating skills will help you exceed your real estate goals! CONTACT US TODAY!