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In addition to Dave Browning’s Task Force duties, he currently serves as a Director on the Denver Metro Association of Realtors’ Board of Directors – as he has since being elected in 2008. In addition to serving on the Board of Directors, Dave serves on many DMAR committees including Governmental Affairs, Finance, Political Survival Fund (aka RPAC) and as the Chairperson of the New Member Orientation Committee.


The neighborhoods surrounding Washington Park include Wash Park, West Wash Park, Bonnie Brae, Belcaro, and Polo Club. They are served by three small commercial/retail areas right in the neighborhood – the Shops along University Boulevard, the Old South Gaylord street shops and the shops and restaurants at the intersection of Alameda and Downing.


A definite “people person”, Chuck Anderson began working in retail for the Denver Dry Goods department store where he found a talent for listening to his customers. His strong interest in design brought him to real estate where he found his passion and flourished. He considers himself a partner with his clients in finding and selling their homes. His strong repeat and referral business has kept him busy for four decades, and he’s sanguine about today’s market – because he’s seen it all!


In addition to how one feels when presented with staged home, the designers had hard facts to support how important it is to stage a home in today’s real estate market. The statistics were compelling: national average days-on-market (an industry standard) with a staged home is 1.35 months versus homes without staging at 10.4 months! The cost savings of a faster sale on average can be over $25,000.


This is the 3rd year in a row that heavy rains have tried to crash Perry & Co.’s Annual Client Appreciation Party. Guests and company agents alike were rewarded for not letting the wet weather dampen their party spirits though, as the rain stopped at around 6:30 and held off for the rest of the three hour 40th Anniversary celebration featuring dinner, drinks and calypso music.


The 24×30″ Brochure Sign, conceived and designed by Perry & Co. COO Jon Larrance, incorporates up to three 12×7″ high-resolution, professionally photographed, interior pictures of the home. Additionally, the standard information that is on most property brochures – number of bedrooms, bathrooms, square footage, and special features – is included on the new sign as well.


“One of the great things our sponsorship pays for is the free admission to this event – it’s a great support to the community as a whole. Plus, all proceeds go towards the Gardens’ education programs,” Larrance said. “We are extremely grateful to our sponsors and partners. Perry & Co is a terrific Presenting Sponsor, and the generosity of all of our partners makes this event possible,” said Mary Snyders, Corporate Partnership Manager at Denver Botanic Gardens.


“Conscientious sellers, do a great job of fixing minor repairs and de-cluttering their homes before they go on the market. But buying decisions are often made right there at the front door while the agent is getting that lockbox open.”


What’s makes a great website? Most of us would answer that it’s finding what we need when we need it, the quicker the better. To quantify that description the Website Quality Certification (WQC) Board from Leading Real Estate Companies of the World uses ten criteria to judge real estate websites and then certify them. Perry & Co. Realtors just received a top score and the official WQC certification based on: Usability, Design and Content, Interactivity, Customer Service and Client Respect, Branding and SEO (Search Engine Optimization).


Denver Colorado’s Perry & Co. has been nominated for Marketing Excellence Awards under the categories of New Media Usage and Company Brand Advertising for real estate brokerages with 51 – 200 associates that are members of Leading Real Estate Companies of the World.