Your Colorado Real Estate Connection
Coldwell Banker® is a story of leadership and success. From its beginnings in San Francisco in 1906, Coldwell Banker has grown to become one of the premier residential real estate organizations in the world. Coldwell Banker was founded on a commitment to professionalism and customer service that continues to be the core of its business philosophy today. Coldwell Banker provides its sales associates with the strongest support in the real estate industry so they in turn can deliver the support their buyers and sellers need. That's the Coldwell Banker tradition.
In Colorado, Coldwell Banker is dedicated to creating exceptional real estate experiences for customers and communities through the passionate delivery of truly remarkable service. Coldwell Banker pledges to promote a fun, fulfilling and respectful environment, one that is open to change and innovation, providing personal growth opportunities for all. Coldwell Banker pledges to deliver truly remarkable service.
What does the Coldwell Banker North Star mean to me?
Coldwell Bankers North Star represents our company's goal to help you navigate the terrains of buying and selling. Our mission is to make a mark in the industry of real estate, while leading you to the home of your dreams. I share in this mission and will strive to help you find the perfect home, within your perfect community.
Coldwell Banker | This Is Home
Relocating from out of state, I needed more than the average client. I had so many questions and needed so many referrals. Jamie was my go-to for months, no matter how crazy my request was, she made time to help me. When I shared my needs and thoughts, she listened and really got me. Not only did she sell me a house, she sold me a friendship.
-Christine S., Client
We were so fortunate to have found Jamie when started looking to buy our first home in Denver. She was patient and knowledgeable as we looked for homes over several months and cautioned us about making unreasonable offers when we fell too quickly for overpriced homes or "fixer uppers" that would require us to invest more than we had in our budget. In a seller's market, …
-Cheryl E., Client