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  • It’s no secret that the Denver real estate market is still fast-moving
    Posted by: Christen Roberts

    It’s no secret that the Denver real estate market is still fast-moving and presents a lot of both challenges and opportunities.  In the current real estate market, both buyers and sellers can encounter a lot of variables along their journey and it’s my job as a good Realtor to look out for any potential pitfalls…

  • The Top Five Considerations When Leading A Technology Assessment
    Posted by: Christen Roberts

    Most companies and businesses are involved in a ‘Digital Transformation’ of sorts to improve business continuity or leverage a better experience for their customers, employees, and stakeholders. The ‘digital’ part is essential for most companies; communication, messaging, and interaction on all levels of operations involve and utilize technology. The ‘transformation’ part has been thrusted upon…

  • Eric L. Nesbitt named as a finalist for the 2017 DMACR Heavy Hitters
    Posted by: Nancy Barlow

    The Denver Metro Commercial Association of REALTORS, along with the Denver Business Journal, has honored Eric L. Nesbitt, as a finalist for the 2017 Heavy Hitters in Commercial Real Estate. This award is to celebrate the success of members of DMCAR who strive for excellence and to recognize their success. Eric was acknowledged as a finalist in two different…

  • Changing Perceptions of Minorities in Commercial Real Estate
    Posted by: Nancy Barlow

    by Eric Nesbitt Greenwood Village, CO – Eric Nesbitt, of the Nesbitt Commercial Group and principal brokers Alec Wynne, Paul Washington, Carmon Hicks were featured in the Colorado Real Estate Journal, Diversity Essential To Industry’s Future discussing the lack of minority representation in commercial real estate. Although there are many changes in Colorado recently, what hasn’t changed is…

  • Do Planes Have Horns?
    Posted by: George Tyler

    In the not so distant past, my niece’s four-year old son, Hollis, was getting on a plane. Hollis is a frequent traveler. As usual, the energetic four-year old ran down the gangway in excitement. He just about ran into the captain’s legs at the entrance to the plane. As he looked up at the uniformed…

  • What are the most (and least) popular social media sites?
    Posted by: Nancy Barlow

    Social media is used by more and more people and businesses every day. If you haven’t added social to your marketing mix you may want to make decisions based on popularity to get the most from your social experience. Statistics reveal the market share of the most popular social media sites in the United States…