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Business briefs: Eidt named newest CGR owner

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Eidt becomes CGR owner

Matt Eidt, a member of the Steamboat Springs Board of Realtors and National Association of Realtors, is the latest professional Realtor to become an owner at Colorado Group Realty, the largest independent real estate firm in Steamboat Springs.

Eidt began his career in real estate in 2012 at broker-owned Colorado Group Realty. What attracted Eidt to Colorado Group was the welcoming attitude from everyone in the company. Eidt sat down for a five-minute conversation and left two hours later, knowing Colorado Group Realty would be home for him.



A graduate of the University of Mississippi, Eidt traveled the world to study photojournalism before moving to Steamboat Springs.

In addition to his real estate business, Edit believes in being involved in the community. In 2014, he became a member of the Young Professionals Network board and was a part of helping grow the organization from 33 members to over 180. Eidt has also successfully completed Leadership Steamboat and was involved with the creation of Yampa Valley Gives.



“Ownership into Colorado Group Realty is by invitation only, and Matt is a bright, hardworking broker dedicated to his profession,” broker/owner Randall Hannaway said. “Matt is a highly motivated young man who has immersed himself into the community and the Young Professionals group in particular, which has given him a strong start into his real estate career. He will be a fine addition to our real estate brokerage ownership.”

Awarded “Rising Star of the Year” by his peers in 2014, Eidt is excited to advance in his career and to take his expertise to another level.

“Becoming an owner of Colorado Group Realty is not only rewarding, but means I have found my home,” Edit said. “The values and philosophies of this company have been the reason for the success I have experienced thus far in my real estate journey.”

Bank program benefits nonprofits

As of Nov. 30, Alpine Bank has donated $746,485.00 to local nonprofit groups and projects through funds generated from its Loyalty Debit Card program.

Alpine Bank launched the Loyalty Debit Card program in 1997.

For every transaction completed with a Loyalty Debit Card, Alpine Bank donates 10 cents to benefit local nonprofit organizations and community projects within each card’s respective focus and customer’s geographical location.

Alpine Bank has 38 offices in Colorado, including in Steamboat Springs.


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