Business Philosophy

    My business philosophy is really quite simple. To provide you with service that can be described by only one word. Superior. To surprise you with the highest and most professional level of service and availability that you will find regardless of what broker or company you might be talking to. I take pride in the fact that well over half my business is either generated by referrals or repeat customers. Over thirty years has taught me to listen to your needs, answer your questions, and let you know that I understand that your time is as valuable as mine. Every chance I have to speak to you is both a blessing and an opportunity to show you just what a difference experience, honesty, energy and integrity make. I may not have all the answers, but I know where to get them!


    Personal Background

    I was first licensed in 1978 as a Colorado Real Estate Agent and worked primarily in sales and marketing for several attorneys and banks in Denver handling foreclosed homes and subdivisions. Interest rates back then were 21% and it was a tough time on a lot of people. Sounds a bit like the last few years doesn't it? I went on to start Pinecone Properties which practiced not only general real estate, but specialized in mining claims, vacant land, ranches and both major and minor subdivisions as well as residential building . My Grandfather, Arthur C. Leach, opened Leach Realty at 1st and Main in Pueblo in 1912 and there have been Leach family members serving Colorado non stop ever since. That’t 103 years! The first MLS system in these parts was started by the Leach family, and though nothing unique about it now, the shopping center was a completely new concept at the time and thus again with the construction of the Midtown shopping center, there was The Leach family on the the cutting edge of real estate again. Today the local MLS system ( Pueblo Association of Realtors ) awards the Arthur C. Leach trophy for the best new salesperson of the year. As his Grandson, this makes me very proud but also convinces me, It must be in the DNA. In this internet age when you can easily pull up 100 brokers with the click of a mouse, most of whom you have never heard of, how do you choose? Let me suggest what a combined century of time and vision, mine and my ancestors, has taught me. Whether you are buying, selling, or simply trying to value what it’s worth, four things matter the most ; honesty, integrity, experience and perhaps the most important of all


    Education and Training

    I am a native of Pueblo, who went mostly to schools that are now parking garages or office buildings. I went to Whitworth University in Spokane, Washington but my education really started before I could even drive and had to have Mom drop me off and pick me up, as I worked as a janitor at The Leach Real Estate Company. I guess I was born to be in this business.


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