Joel Levy

With the help of my wife Florence, we are busy raising two beautiful (twin) daughters Hope and Campbell. I reside in Denver’s latest experiment commonly referred to as Stapleton and enjoy all the conveniences of living downtown. My background in sales, project management and complex contracts and negotiations has been a great foundation for my success in real estate. I bring a consultative approach to real estate and educate my clients so they can make informed decisions based on numbers and data. I started in real estate in 2004 as a mortgage broker and obtained my real estate license in October of 2006. I have since dropped my mortgage broker’s license to focus exclusively on Real Estate and obtained my Managing Brokers license in 2009. In 2008 I began to invest in real estate personally and have developed many successful models to make money in real estate. Bottom line, whether you are a savvy investor looking to take advantage of today’s vast opportunities, a first time home buyer seeking “pride of ownership,” or you are looking to move into your next dream house, I will ensure that you are given the attention and expertise you deserve. Prior to real estate and mortgages, I spent my days as an Account Manager working with household names such as MTV, BET, Cox Interactive Media and Labatt’s Brewing.

Methodology & Philosophy:

You get more out of anyone when you ask nicely; this does not mean you have to ask for less!

The key to being a great agent is market knowledge and expertise. With that in mind, and an appreciation and understanding of older homes and urban architecture, I have designated Downtown Denver and surrounding neighborhoods as my place of business.

Last and most importantly, no two transactions are alike, so rest assured I will adapt to best handle your unique situation.

Special Note to Buyers/Investors:

It has been said you make all your money in real estate when you buy, and I certainly agree. I make it a habit to check for new active listings daily, as often times the best deals do not last long.

Special Note to Sellers:

When listing our homes we have all been tempted to throw out a what if price, but keep in mind that you will never have a larger or more captive audience than when you first enter the marketplace and it is never a good idea to waste this one-time opportunity.