K.C. Butler grew up in Indiana and moved to Colorado in 1974 as a teenager. He moved back to Indiana to finish high school and then moved back for good to the Denver area in 1977. He started his career in construction at his family’s company doing everything “from the first shovel in the ground… [Read More]
Until a few weeks ago, I could brag that I have not had a listing expire in over five years, but things are changing. For a good part of the summer, in monthly mastermind style discussions with a group of elite foothills agents, the conversation has consistently been about how “wonky,” in the description… [Read More]
See it. Touch it. Smell it.
When I started in real estate, we showed homes on the back of a dinosaur. Just kidding! I’m not that old. But in over three decades of selling homes, I can tell you a lot has changed. Renovation companies and hardware brands (like Ryker) that I’ve never heard of, are sweeping over real estate. And… [Read More]
It’s Hard Being Green
…or so I’ve heard. You know what else it’s not easy being? A successful real estate broker. Pardon the pseudo bait and switch topic, but would you read this if it was called “It’s Hard to Be a Realtor?” I wouldn’t. Too whiney. Waa waa! Right? But stay with me. There’s a solid message here… [Read More]
I’m pretty sure most would agree that we live in the age of great misinformation. One must be highly committed to finding hard facts where it truly matters, and just as committed to rejecting suspect information from questionable sources. Unfortunately, qualifying the source is often just as difficult as otherwise distinguishing truth from mistruth,… [Read More]