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About Me

My name is Jeremey. I'm a Colorado native (born and raised) and I've been selling real estate in the Denver Metro since 2005. I love selling real estate and serving the people who choose to work with me! Over the years, I've developed an amazing team: I have an amazing transaction coordinator, the best lenders I've ever worked with, wonderful home inspectors, and the best colleagues a guy could ask for. 

If you have any real estate needs and want to work with a professional who's down to earth, knows his stuff, and shares your disdain for the sleazy way most real estate agents do business, then give me a call and we'll get together to see how I can help you.

My Story

This might surprise you, but I often can't stand the real estate industry. Don't get me wrong, I love helping people, I love my job, and I love what I do. What I can't stand are some of the sleazy  "professionals" I often have to work with, the misleading (and often illegal) advertisements I see and hear, the lenders who promise the world but can't follow through, the home inspectors who care more about protecting themselves than helping the clients, etc.. What a crazy industry this is! Don't get me wrong - there are some REALLY good people in this industry, too - my network is full of them. And the more aligned my business model with my values, the more good people I seem to meet in this business. (Funny how that works, huh?).

I started my career at an international real estate firm with top-producing agents in every other office and quickly learned that people (clients) are just a number in a massive business system. An agent cannot possibly take time to work with 150 clients a year and actually care about any of them. "It's just business". They don't have time to care about their clients' personal concerns unless it affects the transaction somehow. And this is what real estate office managers want, too. They teach new agents to model the top-producing agents in order to be successful. And it's not just real estate agents, either - it's mortgage brokers, title companies, inspectors, and contractors. The more sales we close, the more money we make.  

Can you see why the industry standard makes my stomach turn? Its' default is to treat people like a number and it takes a lot of intentionality and integrity to step outside that mindset and treat people like... people. People with wants, needs, emotions, dreams, goals, plans, etc.. So, after working for several real estate offices, I finally got sick of the numbers model and I started my own real estate firm, which I have happily run ever since. I get to make my own rules about engaging new clients and how I treat current client relationships. I can offer creative solutions to complicated problems (even though that sometimes means I'm recommending an option that doesn't involve me and I miss out on making money!). I choose to care about the people that choose to work with me. I've become very good at what I do and feel that I can provide a better service.

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