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CENTURY 21-Winter Park Real Estate enters final phase of reorganization

Last week, CENTURY 21-Winter Park Real Estate announced it is entering the final phase of its reorganization plan. Partners Dan Cheek of CASTL Inc. and Clark Lipscomb of Cornerstone Holdings LLC have restructured their real estate company to “run more efficiently to meet the changing needs of the customer in today’s real estate market,” said Dan Gile, managing broker.

These two investment companies, through the ownership of CENTURY 21-Winter Park Real Estate and CENTURY 21-Grand Lake Real Estate, have brought innovative management and marketing concepts to the real estate world in Grand County. The new offices, located at The General Store in The Village at Grand Park, feature a living room setting with large screen monitors, fireplace and conversation areas.

In addition to the wide rage of countywide properties offered through the CENTURY 21 offices, the company is launching an aggressive marketing campaign. Some of the new marketing approaches include a new website at http://www.c21winterpark.com, a quarterly magazine, Mountain Homes and Lifestyles, and advanced lead-generation tools.

The new website features all company listed properties as well as MLS-listed properties in Grand county, mortgage calculator, search tools, and information about living and owning property in the area. The quarterly magazine will include property listings, feature articles and highlights of community events and activities, and will also be posted on the website in an effort “go green.” Look for the first issue in March/April.

Corporate sales figures show that CENTURY 21-Winter Park/Grand Lake Real Estate was the No. 1 Century 21 office in sales for the state of Colorado in 2009. Top-performing broker associates include Mara Erlandson, Jill Childress, Brenda Freeman, Constance Robertson, and Cathy Walton-Smith.

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