Some Realtors have one conversation with their clients, set up an automatic search in the Multiple Listing Service, and wait for their clients to find their new home for themselves.
We do things a bit differently...
Our clients are our friends. 99% of our clients are people we know and like, they refer their friends to us, they refer their family to us. Our clients are our biggest advocates, and we are their greatest assets in the search for new homes and business property.
We have an ongoing dialogue with our clients about their wants and needs in a new home.
- We constantly refine our property searches with input from our clients.
- We listen to them, hear what they like and dislike about each property, about each neighborhood, about paint colors and flooring and landscaping and schools and travel time.
Meet Your Realtor
Spencer R. Madison has been helping your Denver neighbors buy and sell homes, and find property for their businesses, since 2010.
As a Denver Realtor, working with Your Castle Real Estate, he has studied the trends in the real estate market to help his clients find the best deal for their dream homes and sell their existing homes quickly.
Spencer moved to Colorado in 1988 from his hometown of Easthampton, Massachusetts and immediately fell for the grandeur of the Rocky Mountains. He spent the early years in Fort Collins, but soon moved to Summit County to be nearer the world-class skiing and national forests. He obtained his B.A. from Western State College in 1999 and stayed on after graduation to explore the finest mountain biking and skiing in the world, in Gunnison County. After years in the mountains, Spencer moved to Denver in 2003 and has lived in Capital Hill for the past 13 years.
A motorcycle enthusiast, Spencer budgets a portion of his commission income each year to the acquisition of new motorcycles or the customization of existing bikes in his collection. He has incorporated his love of motorcycling into charity work by organizing the Denver Distinguished Gentlemen's Ride for the past six years. Last year's ride raised over $50,000 for the Movember Foundation to be used in prostate cancer research and male suicide prevention.
One of the reasons he moved to Colorado was its world-class skiing. Spencer skied competitively in college and during his time living in Summit County, but after 29 years on the slopes he now skis for the love of the sport.
While cross-training for ski season one year (back in 1993), he fell in love with mountain biking and made that his focus for much of his 20s and 30s. Spencer raced with the Western State College mountain bike racing team, when not studying for his English degree, and continued to race competitively until his early thirties.
Let us help you!
Would you like to know what your house is worth? Are you considering a home purchase? Does your business need room to grow?
Contact us and we will guide you through the market, intelligently.