Archive for October, 2010

An army of parent and student volunteers transformed this Denver Public school from an ECE-5th grade elementary school to the spooky spider, vampire and ghoul filled Steck Manor. From the grand entrance which was designed to look like it needed a bit of curb appeal, to the haunted inhabitants, over 1000 visitors were thrilled by this elementary age appropriate haunted house.

Perry & Co. Real Estate Professionals unveil a new way to display properties in their high-traffic Denver retail locations. The new Collector Cards are equipped with state-of-the-art in technology QR Codes to assist tech-savvy homebuyers with their buying experience.

“Vance and I wanted to extend to you both our sincere thanks for all your work in this most recent series of home sales. We are both very aware that your hard work ensured the success of the real estate transactions.”

The race began three years ago when Linda Monson, a resident of Willow Creek, was going through chemotherapy and was just not up for going to downtown Denver for the big race (more than 50,000 registered for this year’s race). Linda and her friend Kim Conway decided to “…just grab some friends and walk in the neighborhood.”

13,057 people visited the Perry & Co. Real Estate Professionals sponsored Pumpkin Harvest Festival at Denver’s Four Mile Historic Park on October 2nd & 3rd, 2010 – breaking the annual event’s previous record from last year by more than 1,300!

Just 10 minutes south of Downtown Denver, Platte Park is one of Denver’s established neighborhoods which has become a very popular place to live recently. While the neighborhood has taken on quite a transformation, it has managed to keep its character. Anchored by Broadway and Old South Pearl Street, you can literally park your car for the weekend and enjoy all the neighborhood has to offer.