Thank you for visiting my website; I hope you find it helpful and informative for all your real estate needs. I’m a long-time Denver resident and real estate broker, specializing in established Denver neighborhoods such as Lowry, Mayfair, Crestmoor Park, Platt Park, and Stapleton.
Whether you’re buying a new home or selling your current one, you need a realtor you can trust and feel confident in. I take the time to get to know my clients and their needs, and I promise to do that with you. My market knowledge and expertise will save you time, money, and energy, leaving you more time to do the things you enjoy.
Feel free to contact me with any questions or comments you may have; I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Pat worked tirelessly with us
Pat worked tirelessly with us for almost two years, helping us in our search for the perfect home to downsize to. Pat found it inspite of a very tight real estate market. The home we had for 12 years sold in less than a week and we were able to buy our beautiful condo. The entire experience was much less stressful because of Pat. We certainly recommend her.
Duff & Dee M.
She was kind, responsive, punctual, and thoughtful
As first-time homebuyers, we were so relieved to have someone like Pat working with us. She was kind, responsive, punctual, and thoughtful. She made the process painless – and even enjoyable! You’d be lucky to have her on your side.
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The home-buying process has changed over the years, which may now leave you feeling confused or overwhelmed. Please join us for an informal presentation by KARLA KYTE of Guild Mortgage and PAT BOOTH of RE/MAX Avenues, followed by questions from our audience. Learn the important steps in home-buying, how to get pre-approved by your lender,… [Read More]
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Multi-generational has been around for ages, but it seems to really be catching on since the Great Recession. The U.S. Census recorded 5.4 million Americans living in multi-generational households in 2009, up 10% from 2007. Homebuilders are finding an increase in demand for this type of living, as people want to be more connected today. Rather… [Read More]