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Energized by timeless design and stunning architecture, Adam’s business is as much about storytelling as it is an analytical assessment.
Over the course of his career, Adam has cultivated a reputation for creating the industry’s most compelling marketing copy. Consistently dreaming up new and innovative ways to market his client’s real estate portfolios, Adam finds pleasure in the details:
“Every residence has a colorful history and a unique story to tell – sharing a home’s alluring qualities, whether in words or in-person, is romantic.”
Leveraging his marketing prowess and business acumen, Adam’s steadfast commitment to his craft has afforded him the opportunity to represent a number of Denver’s finest properties all while setting industry records in the process.
“A successful strategy extends far beyond simply placing a residence in the MLS and waiting for a buyer. Buyers want to be seduced and the process of seeing that to fruition is incredibly intoxicating.”
His approachable personality and calming demeanor has garnered praise from previous clients introducing a breath of fresh air in an otherwise emotional, sales driven environment.
A native of Colorado, Adam graduated Cum Laude from the University of Colorado Denver. And here’s a fun fact: Prior to his real estate career, he was an internationally recognized athlete representing the United States in the Winter Olympic sport of Skeleton.
1133 14th Street, Suite 4300 | Denver | $5,300,000
Two weeks after listing the residence the home was placed under contract and sold soon thereafter setting multiple records including the first condo in Denver’s history to re-sell for more than $5.000M and the first condo to re-sell for more than $1,000 Per Square Foot.
1645 E. Layton Drive | Cherry Hills Village | $4,025,000
After developing a targeted marketing campaign the residence garnered a contract within fourteen days of launching the property. The home sold for $813 PSF; a record price per square foot in Old Cherry Hills and the third highest price per square foot above grade for a home in The Villages in the past five years.
31 Albion Place | Castle Pines Village | $3,000,000
Marketed by multiple brokers over the course of four and a half years, Adam’s fresh approach brought a buyer within thirty days of repositioning the residence.
229 Alder Lane | Boulder | $2,584,000
Looking for new direction on their listing, the seller contacted Adam for his marketing prowess. After reintroducing the residence, Adam placed the home under contract within sixty days. The residence marked the third highest priced sale in the neighborhood’s history behind two properties that each had more than ten times the amount of land.
965 S. Race Street | Denver | $2,250,000
Introducing a new marketing campaign, Adam sold the residence for the third highest Price Per Square Foot in Wash Park’s history and the highest Price Per Square Foot for a residence not adjacent to the park.
1768 Blake Street | Denver | $1,075,000
Seeking insight on their residence which had previously been marketed for more than a year, the seller hired Adam to introduce a new sales strategy. Within forty-five days of listing the home the property was placed under contract.