Kremmling realtors join RE/MAX
KREMMLING – A team of experienced Kremmling realtors has formed a new partnership with RE/MAX, and is now part of a world-wide network of more than 6,200 RE/MAX offices in 85 counties.
Together, Rebecca Guthrie and Jaime Beery, Co-Broker/Owners of RE/MAX Red, have nearly 15 years of real estate experience, and in depth knowledge of the local market.
“We made this move because RE/MAX believes in everything we do: integrity, customer service and accountability,” said Guthrie. “And with a long list of RE/MAX resources, we can better serve our buyers and sellers in the current market.”
Guthrie and Beery have a wide background in residential real estate sales and investment property, including second home sales. In addition, Guthrie has been awarded her Short Sales and Foreclosure Resource (SFR) certification and is trained in helping families facing financial difficulties. Beery is completing her training for her Certified Distressed Property Expert (CDPE) designation, which gives her the expertise to assist families in avoiding foreclosure by selling their home through a Short Sale.
“Buying a home is probably the biggest investment that any family will make,” said Beery. “We pride ourselves on putting the customer first and we’re there to help them every step of the way. We want them to have the confidence to refer us to their friends and family.”
RE/MAX Red supports many area organizations, including the Grand County Board of Realtors, the Kremmling Chamber of Commerce, the 9News Health Fair, Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals and Komen for the Cure.
RE/MAX Red is located at 411 Park Avenue in Kremmling. For more information, or to see home listings, visit http://www.red.colorado.remax.com. Or, call: (970) 485-4141, (970) 485-9691, or the office at: (970) 724-5813.
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