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“Carla was a dream to work with. She was patient when I really needed patience, and she never pressured me, but she was always available when I was ready to move forward and encouraging when I was engaged. She understood my needs and wants in a home pretty much immediately, and I am so happy to have worked with her. I hope my connection with Carla continues and develops into a friendship…”


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!


“When we finally got an offer, you handled all the details so I didn’t worry about anything. You gave me the options and your opinions when I asked but you did not push me into anything and supported the decisions I made. It made for an easy closing. Throughout the entire process, from listing to final sale, you were always available and so positive.”


Mesothelioma itself has a very long latency period with symptoms arising anywhere from 20 to 50 years after exposure. In most patients, this leads to a late diagnosis when the disease is already in an advanced stage of development. On average, the mesothelioma life expectancy of a patient is not as positive as one would hope, ranging between four and eighteen months following diagnosis.


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.


Perry & Co. was started in 1971 when four real estate and insurance agents – Ken Perry, Don Larrance, Ed Talmadge and Ken Grunwald — split off from Bishop-Perry & Co. to continue doing business in Denver, while the rest of the company relocated to do business in Vail. The original downtown office was moved to Cherry Creek in 1976 and continues to be the headquarters.


R. Don Larrance, CEO of Perry & Co. was honored today for his 40 Plus years of consecutive membership in the National Association of Realtors® (NAR) with a surprise celebration at the company’s weekly sales meeting. Barbara Lambert, CEO of the Denver Board of Realtors made the announcement and presented Don with congratulations, appreciation and a 40-year pin from Vicki Cox Golder, President of the National Association of Realtors®. For his 40 Plus years of membership, Don becomes a Realtor Emeritus, a high honor not often bestowed by the NAR.


“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.