Posts Tagged ‘Karen Nichols’

It’s the waiting that can be hard for sellers. Counseling patience with sellers in today’s market was the topic in an article in March/April 2012 issue of The Residential Specialist, the magazine published for real estate brokers who have completed their coursework as Certified Residential Specialists (CRS). Karen was recently asked to chime in on how she works with her sellers when their homes haven’t sold.


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!


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.


Perry & Co. Realtors won top honors for the sales production in the category of offices with 31 to 50 agents as the #1 Office in the Metro Denver area for 2010.


Sue Bickert & Karen Nichols are, “…the best Realtors in Denver to work with! Thank you so much for all the great work you did to get us into a house that we love. We are pretty much at our capacity for change right now, so the way you took care of everything so capably was particularly pleasant and appreciated.”


“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.”


On March 17, 2009, we won’t be adding green dye to our drinks (it doesn’t change the color of coffee anyway), but we will be continuing our efforts to add “green” thinking to our business practices.