Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Western Colorado Properties has opened an office in Telluride to boost its resort sales and leverage the strength of its brand among a broader range of clients frequenting the region.
Broker/Owner Jeff Keehfuss will lead the office, his third along the Western Slope including Montrose and Durango.
Additionally, Keehfuss said he will open an office in Grand Junction in 2019 followed by several additional locations by 2022.
“We are thrilled to open for business in Telluride,” said Keehfuss, who changed the name of his brokerage from Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Montrose Real Estate to better reflect its growing regional presence. “Telluride is a wonderful resort destination attracting people from across the United States and all over the world. We believe these people will appreciate our Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices brand as a symbol of skill, expertise and business success.”
Western Colorado Properties’ office is well positioned at 120 Mountain Village Blvd. 120 D, along the walking path between the Peaks Resort & Spa and the Mountain Village Gondola. “There is a ton of foot traffic on this path, which provides breathtaking views of the town and the mountains,” said Keehfuss. “Just about the time people gather in these views they’ll be near our office and, hopefully, ready to own their piece of Telluride.”
Western Colorado Properties is a sales volume leader in the tri-county region of Delta, Montrose and Ouray, with extensive experience in residential, commercial, farm and ranch, investment and foreclosure property. The brokerage is known for progressive, agent-centric leadership focused on helping agents grow their businesses and better service consumers.
Lark Keehfuss, brokerage co-owner, said she is recruiting top sales professionals for Telluride and the other offices.
“Those professionals who want to move their careers to the next level should consider Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Western Colorado Properties,” she said. “Our brokerage’s culture is positive, supportive and always focused on our agents’ success.”
© 2018 David Mazor
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