This article is written for those real estate agents who feel firm in their decision to make a move after comparing the Cultures, Leadership & Reputations between their current company and the company(s) they are considering moving to.
On August 22nd and 23rd, Perry & Co. Realtors is celebrating Earth Day by hosting our 9th annual event! Our 2020 Earth Day Event is Paint Recycling.
Though we’ve had to move our event, we still want to honor our planet. There are so many ways you can do that in your home and your neighborhood. From simply enjoying time outside to working in your garden, there are so many ways to celebrate. Here are a few other things you could do today:
At Perry & Co., we are strongly committed to building futures for you and your families, which includes protecting your health and well-being. While we are now faced with new challenges surrounding the coronavirus pandemic, we are still available, as always, to help you buy or sell a home.
By placing this in your window, it’s our hope to remind people to stay positive. We also hope this can create some fun for families and neighbors as they walk through neighborhoods and count the smiley faces they see in windows.
The health, safety and security of our clients and their families is of the utmost importance and a tenet on which we pride ourselves as a company. We can assure you that we are taking all precautions and staying vigilant to protect each other and our community from the potential effects of this virus.
Jon Larrance, CEO, Perry & Co. Realtors, has been selected for the Forbes Real Estate Council, an invitation-only community for executives in the real estate industry.
As a Perry & Co. tradition, we take time every year to celebrate what our team and Realtors have accomplished. See the 2019 award winners.
While many of the real estate brokerages in Denver have been in business for several years, the stark truth is a majority of them are out-of-state companies that have commoditized the real estate transaction process and, in turn, transfer the revenue they generate to other states and even to other countries through foreign ownership interests! Whether corporate-owned outright or a franchise, apart from the in-state operating expenses needed to keep their local offices running, profit and/or franchising fees from these brokerages leave Colorado and end up elsewhere.
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