Business briefs for Dec. 26
Mountain Capital recognized for ninth year
Steamboat Springs mortgage lender Mountain Capital and its president, Erik Dargevics have been recognized for the ninth straight year as a top producing affiliate of Cherry Creek Mortgage.
Cherry Creek Mortgage is a multibillion dollar company with more than 250 originators and stands as one of the most successful mortgage banking companies in the West. Since its 1987 inception, Cherry Creek Mortgage has funded nearly 50 billion dollars in loans with partners such as Mountain Capital.
Mountain Capital is in Torian Plum Plaza across from The Tugboat Grill & Pub.
Aigner newest owner at Colorado Group Realty
Tim Aigner is the newest owner with Colorado Group Realty. He got his start with CGR five years ago, when it was a smaller company, and Randall Hannaway introduced him to the business.
“It has been exciting to watch CGR go through its growth, becoming one of the top real estate companies in Steamboat Springs,” Aigner said. He recently received his GRI, Graduate Realtor Institute, designation. The designation requires more than 112 hours of continuing education classes. Colorado’s GRI ranks as one of the country’s top institute programs.
Aigner specializes in residential and land sales and enjoys working with first-time homebuyers. Call 870-6100.
Ski area opens early during the holidays
The Steamboat Ski Area will crank up the lifts 30 minutes earlier than usual today to Friday to help lighten the rush of holiday skiers headed up the mountain.
The Steamboat gondola and other key lifts at the base of the ski area will open at 8 a.m. during the six-day period.
“By opening the mountain 30 minutes early, we will be able to move approximately 1,400 passengers out of the base area, helping to reduce the congestion during our high volume period from 9 to 10:30 a.m., ski area President Chris Diamond said.
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