A native of Greenwich, Connecticut, the coveted real estate pro has lived in six downtown lofts and a single family home in Curtis Park since landing in Denver in 1994. “Living and working downtown gives me insight into the real vibe of different buildings, streets and pockets of the city,” she says with a smile.
As one of Kentwood City’s successful and celebrated brokers for nearly eight years, Georgia has built her business around a genuine, honest approach to residential real estate. The consummate professional, she loves what she does and it shows. “I listen to my clients and rely on my ability to figure out what it is that they want,” she tells us.
And for Georgia, finding the right home is not just about four walls and a checklist. As someone who is ensconced in the heart of the city, she knows that the neighborhood is just as important as the home. “Different areas have different personalities. There are so many fantastic neighborhoods in Denver and it is gratifying and inspiring to help people find the one that is best suited for them.”
Whether she’s working with a first time homebuyer or a seasoned real estate investor, Georgia approaches each client with the same level of attention and enthusiasm that has friends, colleagues and clients referring her time and again. And while she’s handled some of the most high profile listings in town, she is also passionate about helping Denver’s families find their perfect place in the city she has known and loved for nearly twenty years.
“When a buyer is new to the process, they rely on me to guide them in the right direction and I take that seriously. Getting feedback from homeowners after they close, particularly when it is their first home, is what inspires me and keeps me going. Knowing that I helped someone start the next chapter of their life in a place they love means everything.”
In addition to her work in Real Estate, she strongly believes in giving back to the community. She is a Corporate Donor & Volunteer for New Genesis Transitional Homeless Shelter, was an active member of the Junior League of Denver for five years, served on the Board of Culture Haus at the