On the Market: Shea makes partner at Resort Ventures West
Resort Ventures West announced last week that Kerry Shea has become a partner in the firm.
RVW is a resort real estate developer that has been based in Steamboat Springs since 2005. It acts as the management team responsible for the Wildhorse Meadows master-planned community and the Wildhorse Marketplace commercial center near the base of Steamboat Ski Area as well as other endeavors inside aCourtesnd outside Routt County.
“Kerry came to RVW as the director of sales and marketing and has consistently and tirelessly produced for our company in various facets as well as been an exemplary member of the community,” Principal and CFO Brent Pearson said. “He is an active member of the Steamboat Springs Rotary Club, chamber of commerce board, Steamboat Springs Youth Hockey Association, and recent co-chair of the LiveStrong Ride 4 Yellow charity event.”
Rasmussen earns e-PRO status at Colorado Group
Joy Rasmussen, broker/owner of Colorado Group Realty, has successfully completed the Realtor e-PRO course to become one of a few real estate professionals to earn the National Association of Realtors certification.
The certification course is an interactive educational program. It is designed to provide real estate professionals with the technology tools needed to assist consumers.
“The real estate industry has undergone a fundamental change over the past several years,” Rasmussen said. “In today’s information superhighway, people love to research the Internet prior to contacting an agent. This trend involves both social networking and interactive Web searches. They’re immersed in Facebook, Linked In, Twitter, Realtor.com, looking for testimonials online and using Trulia and every blog site available to them to get true, real-life stories on the excitement of buying or selling a home. I found that in order to stay on top of my game, I wanted to be recognized as an expert in these areas.”
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