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Business briefs for Jan. 27

Edgemont preview center now open

The Edgemont Real Estate Preview Center at the Steamboat Grand Resort Hotel opened Friday, giving interested parties their first peek at the new slopeside community and the opportunity to register for more information prior to the development’s release for sale this spring.

On Dec. 18, 2007, Edgemont received unanimous approval of the project from the Steamboat Springs City Council, marking the transition from planning to sales and marketing for the new community. This spring, 44 residences, ranging from one to four bedrooms in size and from the $800,000s to more than $2.5 million in price, will be released for sale. Edgemont’s residences will be offered only through a priority reservation program.

The Atira Group development will be exclusively listed through S&P Destination Properties.

For more information, call (877) 871-4665 or visit http://www.edgemontliving.com.

Realtor gains online certification

Jill Limberg of Colorado Group Realty has successfully completed the e-PRO course to become one of a select few real estate professionals to earn the prestigious certification offered by the National Association of Realtors.

The e-PRO certification course is a comprehensive and interactive educational program specifically designed to provide real estate professionals with the technology tools needed to assist consumers in the purchase or sale of a home, in an age where 70 percent of consumers begin their research online.

Piret joins First National Bank of Steamboat

Experienced lender John Piret has joined First National Bank of Steamboat Springs as a vice president and commercial loan officer.

Piret and his family relocated to Steamboat two years ago from the Front Range, where he had 15 years of lending experience. Piret holds a master’s degree in business administration and a graduate degree in banking from Louisiana State University.

Piret is involved locally as a board member of Young Tracks and The Affiliate Partnership Council of the Steamboat Springs Board of Realtors, and currently is a Leadership Steamboat participant.


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