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Vol. 6 Issue 1 – Resort
For those who seek an exceptional life
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There’s No Place Like Home

Now More Than Ever, Home (Really Is) Where The Heart Is
Out to Lunch with Cathy Ritter

Tackling Colorado Tourism & Travel During COVID-19
The Evolution of Real Estate

How Technology is Transforming the Industry

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Crested Butte | 970.349.6653
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Dillon | 970.368.4448
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The life you love.

elcome and thank you for opening this new digital edition of LIV Sotheby’s International Realty’s LIV Magazine, our signature publication featuring many of our incredible listed properties in most of Colorado’s famous Rocky Mountain ski towns and beyond. This brand-new digital issue gives you, the reader, the ability to easily scroll through the content and click on the feature stories, videos, and property listings that you find interesting, making it more convenient and accessible than ever before.

In this issue, we explore the evolution of the real estate industry through technology, take you on a tour of your dream homes with the finest amenities and features, and sit down with Cathy Ritter, Director of the Colorado Tourism Office, to discuss travel in the state of Colorado during this time of social distancing. In addition to this fun and informative content, you’ll also find an assortment of stunning LIV Sotheby’s International Realty’s homes located throughout the Rocky Mountain resort communities that Colorado is known for, in addition to a highlight of listings in greater Denver and Boulder, and around the world.

Without a doubt, households around the world are taking a fresh look at changing lifestyle needs and priorities as we adapt to a new world of social distancing. And Colorado is becoming an even more popular destination with our broad range of amenities and diverse offerings, including mountain air and vistas, open spaces, world-class skiing and snowboarding, hiking, biking, and access to urban shopping and entertainment.

The LIV Sotheby’s International Realty organization is positioned to connect you to Colorado’s world-class mountain lifestyle towns, with offices and professional brokers in Breckenridge, Crested Butte, Dillon, Telluride, Vail, Beaver Creek, and Winter Park. We are uniquely qualified to assist and advise you through the process of finding your dream mountain home and active outdoor lifestyle.

Please enjoy reviewing this special digital edition of LIV Magazine, full of content, properties, and investment opportunities certain to inspire you to embrace Colorado mountain living. Then stop by our office, or pick up the phone or shoot us an email. We look forward to becoming your connection to a quality of life like no other.

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There’s No Place Like Home
Now More Than Ever, Home (Really Is) Where The Heart Is
Amy Puchaty
Pictured: 102 Singletree Ridge, Telluride Mountain Village, $3,595,000.
Listed by LIV Sotheby’s International Realty.

ome is more than a shelter with four walls. It’s the starting point for hopes and dreams.

It’s a place for serenity, comfort, and rejuvenation. It’s where we make memories around the dinner table, connect with nature in the backyard, and where many of us work, keep fit, and entertain. Our homes are at the heart of everything we do. And now more than ever, finding a home to perfectly suit our lifestyle has never been more important.

In fact, as a result of the pandemic, buyers are reprioritizing their time and budgets to find properties that better align with their “new normal.” Here’s a snapshot of the top five trending features homebuyers are looking for.

Buyers are reprioritizing their time and budgets to find properties that better align with their “new normal.”
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Tackling Colorado Tourism & Travel During COVID-19

arlier this year, when COVID-19 brought travel, businesses, and most social interactions to a standstill, many consumers’ summer vacations were put on hold. For Colorado’s tourism industry and many of the communities that depend on tourists, this was a devastating blow. LIV Sotheby’s International Realty virtually sat down with Cathy Ritter, the Director of Colorado Tourism Office, to talk about how the pandemic has impacted Colorado’s attractions and what the future will hold for travel in the state.

While Colorado is widely known for its world-class ski resorts, summer is actually the state’s busiest season for tourism. In fact, 60% of Colorado’s visitors come during the warmer summer months. It makes sense if you consider that Colorado has four national parks, 58 mountain peaks exceeding 14,000 feet in elevation (affectionately called “14ers” by locals), and more than 105,300 miles of rivers to explore. Not to mention countless historical points of interest that helped shape our country as it is today. This summer, however, these sites and their communities will most likely not see the volume of tourists they are used to.

According to data provided by the Colorado Tourism Office, in April, tourism revenue was down by a staggering 89% compared to year-to-date levels in 2019. Although Colorado is performing slightly better than other tourism-driven states (such as Hawaii, which has seen a 96% decrease in tourism dollars), the effects of COVID-19 are making a huge impact. Cathy noted, “Direct travel spending contributes about $1.37 billion to our state and local tax revenues annually.”

The Evolution of Real Estate
How Technology is Transforming the Industry
Amanda Molitor
2020 will forever be marked as the year that technology disrupted the real estate industry. Over the course of this year, challenges brought on by the global COVID-19 pandemic forced businesses and consumers to rethink the way they interact with each other. Social distancing mandates put in place by government and health officials suspended much of the person-to-person interactions that businesses rely on, and stay-at-home orders made technology imperative.
This period of transition pushed real estate brokerages such as LIV Sotheby’s International Realty (LIV SIR)—which are deeply rooted in personal interactions—to think more creatively, become more agile, and find new solutions to meet clients’ needs. Fortunately, LIV SIR quickly adapted to the changing landscape by utilizing technology tools it already had in place and incorporating new resources to meet the demand.

As one of the nation’s leading luxury and lifestyle-focused real estate brokerages, LIV SIR was already using a variety of innovative technologies to market and sell homes in Denver Metro, the Front Range, and Colorado’s mountain resort communities. But as a result of the temporary ban on in-person property showings, virtual and online offerings became a much larger portion of the company’s marketing efforts.

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LIV Sotheby’s International Realty has 14 resort offices throughout Colorado.
Explore a selection of extraordinary mountain properties:

Crested Butte / 24
Summit County / 56
Telluride / 74
Vail Valley / 102
Winter Park / 144
Mountain Resort / Other Counties / 148

Crested Butte
What makes it unique The Town of Crested Butte is one of Colorado’s largest National Historic Districts and looks much like it did a century ago when it was a thriving coal mining town. The historic town is bathed in antique lamplight, dotted with old Victorian false fronts, and filled with spirited friendly locals.

In the summer months, activities mostly center around the many nearby streams, which offer locals and visitors a chance to enjoy the native wildflowers and wildlife against the backdrop of the area’s majestic mountain peaks. Hiking, biking, golf, kayaking, and more are all on offer, along with access to the largest body of water in the state, Blue Mesa Reservoir.

Once the snow falls, Crested Butte transforms into a winter wonderland—an ideal destination for people who enjoy the outdoors, love to ski, and prefer getting off the beaten path. Though only a 35-minute scenic drive from the Gunnison/Crested Butte Regional Airport, it is removed from the highly trafficked ski resorts situated along I-70. Crested Butte’s location attracts only the most devoted skiers with a passion for perfectly powdered slopes, making it easy to understand why it’s often called the “Last Great Colorado Ski Town.”

Summit County
What makes it unique Welcome to Summit County, an area located next to the Tenmile Range and Gore Range, featuring the towns of Breckenridge, Dillon, Frisco, Copper, Keystone, and Silverthorne.

Established in 1859, Breckenridge is a charming old mining town, bustling with people from all over the world. Visitors enjoy strolling along Main Street, lined with Victorian architecture, colorful clapboard homes, and historic buildings that are now home to one-of-a-kind restaurants and boutiques.

The town is home to Breckenridge Ski Resort, one of the most popular ski destinations in the U.S., featuring 2,900 skiable acres and the Imperial Express SuperChair, the highest chairlift in North America. In summer, outdoor enthusiasts enjoy hiking and mountain biking on the area’s variety of trails, gold medal fly-fishing on the Blue River, and whitewater rafting adventures on the Arkansas River.

What makes it unique The historic town of Telluride, designated as a National Historic Landmark District in 1964, is near the end of a picturesque box canyon surrounded by incredible 13,000- and 14,000-foot peaks. Just 12 blocks long by eight blocks wide, the town (with a population of approximately 2,200 residents) is a menagerie of colorful Victorian homes, superb restaurants, historic buildings, and independent boutiques and galleries.

In summertime, Telluride is truly magical. Often dubbed the festival capital of Colorado, it offers a variety of world-renowned events, such as the Telluride Bluegrass Festival and the Telluride Film Festival. Hiking is easily accessible from all corners of the box canyon, with enough terrain in the Telluride region to explore a different trail every weekend. Plus, there are opportunities for biking, rock climbing, golf, fly fishing, and more.

Often recognized as one of the best ski towns in the U.S., Telluride boasts world-class skiing, as well as opportunities for Nordic skiing, snowshoeing, and so much more. The Gondola—the only free public transportation system of its kind in North America—links the towns of Telluride and nearby Mountain Village in a spectacularly scenic 13-minute ride, providing easy access to an array of adventures year-round.

Vail Valley

What Makes it Unique The Vail Valley is an iconic destination where visitors from around the world flock to enjoy the beauty of Colorado’s Rocky Mountains and two of the most popular ski resorts in the state: Vail and Beaver Creek.

Nestled between the Gore and Sawatch Mountain Ranges lies the town of Vail, located just 100 miles west of Denver. Established in 1966, Vail has grown into one of the most famous alpine destinations in the world. In winter, skiers and snowboarders enjoy over 5,200 acres of skiable terrain, including Vail’s legendary Back Bowls, featuring seemingly endless views. Other winter activities include snowshoeing, Nordic skiing, sleigh rides, and more.

In the summer months, Vail offers a variety of activities to enjoy, including scenic nature trails for hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding. Take in the majestic views of the Gore Range with a scenic gondola ride, and experience Vail Mountain’s Epic Discovery, where families can enjoy summer activities including the exciting Forest Flyer mountain coaster. The Gore Creek provides kayaking adventures and gold medal fly-fishing. And Vail’s several golf courses offer breathtaking views of the surrounding Holy Cross Wilderness.

Winter Park

What Makes it Unique Located in Grand County and only 65 miles from Denver, Winter Park is situated at an elevation of over 9,000 feet and is known for its easy accessibility to an array of exhilarating Rocky Mountain activities.

Known as “Mountain Bike Capital USA,” Winter Park offers over 600 miles of mountain biking trails to explore, as well as two downhill bike parks that can be enjoyed by all skill levels. In addition, the resort provides a variety of summer activities–ranging from fly-fishing for trophy trout in the Fraser and Colorado Rivers, to whitewater rafting and kayaking, to hiking and horseback riding—as well as golf at one of the area’s four spectacular golf courses.

Hundreds of miles of trails provide access to the backcountry and are perfect for taking in the incredible scenic vistas, waterfalls, and alpine lakes of Colorado’s Arapaho National Forest and the Wilderness areas of Indian Peaks, Byers Peak and Vasquez. Nearby is the ever-popular Rocky Mountain National Park, with over 265,000 acres of protected natural land and wildlife habitat to explore. Teeming with moose, elk, bighorn sheep, and other Colorado wildlife, Rocky Mountain National Park is a can’t-miss destination for any Colorado traveler.

Mountain Resort / Other Counties
Aspen Grove Ranch
Aspen Grove Ranch
Aspen Grove Ranch
Aspen Grove Ranch
Spectacular 24,000 square foot family lodge on 350 acres, located within the private Grand River Ranch. This one-of-a-kind property includes a private owner wing, a main house and guest house, all connected. Enjoy extensive landscaping and deluxe, custom finishes. Amenities at Grand River Ranch include a homeowners’ lodge, fishing camps, equestrian center and sporting clay shooting range. A must-see four season retreat just two hours from Denver and minutes from the jet-accessible airport in Kremmling.
Aspen Grove Ranch

Jack Wolfe

New Construction Opportunities
New Development Directory
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600 chateau V Road
600 chateau V Road, Evergreen | $12,500,000
Whitney Cain, Jennifer Davenport, Emily Henderson, & Rosemary Nigh
8725 E 34th Place
8725 E 34th Place, Denver | $1,110,000
Chris Bouc & Ian Wolfe
950 S Steele Street
950 S Steele Street, DEnver | $4,500,000
Nancy Levine
21 S Kearney Street
21 S Kearney Street, Denver | $3,995,000
Elaine Stucy
3 churchill Drive
3 churchill Drive, Cherry Hills VillAge | $8,650,000
Linda Behr
40 Polo Club Drive
40 Polo Club Drive, Denver | $5,900,000
Gina Burke & Douglas D. Kerbs
120 N humboldt Street
120 N humboldt Street, Denver | $3,500,000
Trish Bragg & Maggie Armstrong
222 Equinox Drive
222 Equinox Drive, Castle Rock | $2,600,000
Audrey Will
1070 N humboldt Street
1070 N humboldt Street, Denver | $3,995,000
Jared Blank, Steve Blank, Bob Chase
6872 Lemon Gulch Drive
6872 Lemon Gulch Drive, Castle Rock | $4,000,000
Dick Berst & Anthony Hollingsworth
1451 Rembrandt Road
1451 Rembrandt Road, Boulder | $2,299,000
The Jeff Erickson Group
2611 E 7th Avenue Parkway
2611 E 7th Avenue Parkway, Denver | $3,150,000
Anne Dresser Kocur
28775 Cragmont Drive
28775 Cragmont Drive, Evergreen | $3,900,000
Kay Bohan
9825 shoreline Drive
9825 shoreline Drive, LongmoNt | $2,250,000
Barb Silverman
231 Garfield Street
231 Garfield Street, Denver | $2,775,000
Liz Richards, Deviree Vallejo, Josh Behr
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384 West Lane, Ridgefield, CT | $5,495,000
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346 Congress Street #Ph2
346 Congress Street #Ph2, Boston, MA | $7,950,000
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127 Dune Road
127 Dune Road, Westhampton Beach, NY | $11,995,000
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1947 Holland Lake Road
1947 Holland Lake Road, Condon, MT | $3,490,000
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1420 Saratoga Woods Drive
1420 Saratoga Woods Drive, Waxhaw, NC | $3,295,000
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1245 Carmichael Road
1245 Carmichael Road, Clio, CA | $20,000,000
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1260 Snowbunny Lane
1260 Snowbunny Lane, ASpen, CO | $9,750,000
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4063 Donlon Road, Somis, CA | $3,200,000
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29 Homeport Drive
29 Homeport Drive, Edgewater, MD | $4,500,000
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3402 Westview Trail
3402 Westview Trail, Park City, Ut | $2,350,000
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58 Brenton Road
58 Brenton Road, newport, RI | $6,995,000
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Broker Directory
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Scott Bandoni
970 . 390 . 9400
Heidi Bintz headshot
Heidi Bintz
970 . 390 . 8383
Daniel Estrada headshot
Daniel Estrada
970 . 331 . 3477
Mark Grimaldi headshot
Mark Grimaldi
970 . 331 . 1568
Mick Kelly headshot
Mick Kelly
970 . 376 . 5617
Heather Losa headshot
Heather Losa
970 . 376 . 5295
David McHugh headshot
David McHugh
970 . 376 . 7171
Jeff Morgan headshot
Jeff Morgan
720 . 314 . 0023
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Bart Peaslee
970 . 331 . 3083
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Ben Rule
303 . 549 . 9815
Chris Scherpf headshot
Chris Scherpf
970 . 948 . 0615
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Paige Shonk
720 . 272 . 9749
Patrick Welch headshot
Patrick Welch
970 . 471 . 5554
Cathy Benson headshot
Cathy Benson
970 . 209 . 5015
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Channing Boucher
970 . 596 . 3228
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Di Bridges
970 . 901 . 0888
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Megan Clark
970 . 209 . 3537
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Kiley Flint
970 . 275 . 2554
Jaima Giles headshot
Jaima Giles
970 . 275 . 9357
Gary Huresky headshot
Gary Huresky
970 . 209 . 2421
Sam Lumb headshot
Sam Lumb
970 . 275 . 2448
Jill Sickels Matlock headshot
Jill Sickels Matlock
970 . 275 . 0595
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Wayne Meredith
970 . 209 . 2706
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Larry Neilson
970 . 209 . 7849
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Katy Mattson
970 . 275 . 4601
Michelle Rampelt headshot
Michelle Rampelt
970 . 393 . 6077
Stacey Schultz headshot
Stacey Schultz
970 . 596 . 2397
Martin Spencer headshot
Martin Spencer
970 . 452 . 9700
Scout Walton headshot
Scout Walton
970 . 846 . 3297

VP & Managing Broker, Crested Butte
Betsy Wiebe headshot
Betsy Wiebe
970 . 209 . 8643
Scott Bernard headshot
Scott Bernard
720 . 515 . 5091
Bret Burton headshot
Bret Burton
970 . 688 . 1819
Eileen Duke headshot
Eileen Duke
970 . 390 . 5998
Dan L. Fitchett, Jr. headshot
Dan L. Fitchett, Jr.
970 . 471 . 1208

VP & Managing Broker, Vail Valley
Andie Ohde headshot
Andie Ohde
970 . 471 . 5233
Susan Rollins headshot
Susan Rollins
970 . 390 . 7020
Bret Amon headshot
Bret Amon
970 . 376 . 3813
Meredith Amon headshot
Meredith Amon
970 . 389 . 2905
Lou Cirillo headshot
Lou Cirillo
970 . 390 . 5927
Kristin Corsette headshot
Kristin Corsette
970 . 389 . 0900
Eric Dahman headshot
Eric Dahman
970 . 485 . 5213
Tom Day headshot
Tom Day
970 . 390 . 1801
Scott Dodge headshot
Scott Dodge
970 . 368 . 0420
Steve Fisher headshot
Steve Fisher
970 . 389 . 9853
Marty Frank headshot
Marty Frank
970 . 389 . 5068
Melanie Frank headshot
Melanie Frank
970 . 389 . 7083
Jeni Friedrich headshot
Jeni Friedrich
970 . 485 . 3837
Frank Hofmeister headshot
Frank Hofmeister
970 . 333 . 1950
Dorothy Hussey headshot
Dorothy Hussey
917 . 683 . 9287
Larry Hutton headshot
Larry Hutton
970 . 389 . 6114
Krystal Knott headshot
Krystal Knott
970 . 333 . 0116
Bo Palazola headshot
Bo Palazola
850 . 687 . 0700
Stuart Reddell headshot
Stuart Reddell
970 . 485 . 2178
Doyle Richmond headshot
Doyle Richmond
970 . 390 . 9240
Ron Shelton headshot
Ron Shelton
970 . 389 . 0044
Aaron Shriner headshot
Aaron Shriner
970 . 409 . 9494

VP & Managing Broker, Summit County & Winter Park
Sharon Stanley headshot
Sharon Stanley
970 . 389 . 8687
Paula Stanton headshot
Paula Stanton
970 . 485 . 0592
Barrie Stimson headshot
Barrie Stimson
970 . 390 . 2560
Don Thomas headshot
Don Thomas
970 . 409 . 9133
Kay Thomas headshot
Kay Thomas
303 . 257 . 4111
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Marny Thomas
970 . 232 . 6612
Scott Thomas headshot
Scott Thomas
970 . 389 . 8979
Aniela Wasmanski headshot
Aniela Wasmanski
970 . 409 . 8476
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Hank Wiethake
970 . 389 . 5648
Jack Wolfe headshot
Jack Wolfe
970 . 368 . 0018
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Sue Berg
970 . 209 . 5055
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Ray Bowers
970 . 729 . 2278
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Tracy Boyce
970 . 708 . 0737
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Banks Brown
970 . 729 . 1100
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John Burchmore
970 . 708 . 0667
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Lars Carlson
970 . 729 . 0160
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Nels Cary
970 . 729 . 1404
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Corie Chandler
970 . 708 . 9610
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Sally Puff Courtney
970 . 729 . 0396
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Lorrie Denesik
970 . 729 . 1783
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Dan Dockray
970 . 708 . 0666
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Teddy Errico
970 . 708 . 5959
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Rick Fusting
970 . 708 . 5500
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Brian Gavin
970 . 708 . 0125
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Matthew Hintermeister
970 . 729 . 1200
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Kevin Holbrook
970 . 729 . 1601
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Lulu Hunt
970 . 708 . 5335
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Angie Johnson
970 . 708 . 9636
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Iva Kostova Hild
970 . 708 . 1297
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Jill Masters
970 . 729 . 3035
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Jake McTigue
970 . 708 . 1451
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Allison Moore
229 . 343 . 4842
Mark O’Dell headshot
Mark O’Dell
970 . 708 . 1606
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JJ Ossola
970 . 708 . 5626
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Peggy Raible
970 . 729 . 2504

VP & Managing Broker, Telluride
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Jason K. Raible
970 . 729 . 0720
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Stewart Seeligson
970 . 708 . 4999
Hilary Taylor headshot
Hilary Taylor
970 . 417 . 2589
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Jenni Ward
970 . 708 . 9503
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Joanne C. Young
970 . 729 . 1638
Patrick Barrett headshot
Patrick Barrett
970 . 470 . 0778
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Matthew Blake
970 . 390 . 2692
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Brad Cohn
970 . 688 . 1409
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Malia Cox Nobrega
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Melanie Dennis
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Gina Dizon
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Tom Dunn
970 . 390 . 5737
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Laureen Farber
970 . 471 . 2082
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Benjamin Finn
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Charley Ford
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Alex Griffin
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Joanna Hopkins
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Corey Lamothe
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Dawn Stone Mullin
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Jason Peters
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Barbara Scrivens
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Doug Seabury
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Erin Seabury
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Tye Stockton
970 . 471 . 2557
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Joni White Taylor
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Austin Dark
970 . 584 . 4330
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Melinda Lee
970 . 281 . 2646
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Tina Shearon
970 . 531 . 2728
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Laura Zietz
970 . 531 . 6575
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