- 10/28/2019Extra Effort!Dear Greg Just wanted to send you a note thanking you for the excellent work you did selling my ranches in Colorado. Some key efforts that you did distinguished you from all other realtors. 1. You listened to my needs . You took the time to be fully aware of not only my wants, but you took note of all my concerns, not diminishing anything. 2.You were realistic. I appreciate the candor , honesty and frank conversations we had not only about the properties, but the best way to present the properties. 3. You provided feedback. I was always aware of everything that was happening, showings, lulls and what prospective buyers said. 4. You were prudent with my funds. You were wise in where I should invest in improvements and where I should not to improve the sale potential of the property. 5. You worked the sale. I think every potential buyer felt they were looking at their dream home. 6. You treated my property as if it was the most important listing you had. I deeply appreciate this especially knowing that you had much more expensive properties listed 7. You were always responsive. Almost every time I called, texted, or emailed you responded that same day. 8. You were a gentlemen. I never heard you speak ill of another realtor, prospective buyer or anyone in the chain of the sell. 9. You provided many extras. “Extra effort” must be your middle name. I can’t count all the helpful things you did to make it easier on me as I went through the sale. As you know I had two properties listed. One I listed with a broker who was a “ friend”. He gave me quite the spiel on his work. He had it for two years and I had only 5 showings. Mostly internet postings and a sign out front. When I questioned him he would print out the internet "Looks” the property had had. Obviously he didn't put the time nor energy into selling property. It takes a lot of work to find qualified buyers and then convince them to make the trip to see it. It takes up weekends, your free time and often inconveniences your personal life. Not many realtors will pay the price, but you did. You are a person of your word, for a fact. Especially noted is that you sold the property in months of listing it. In the athletic world, there is little league all the way up to the major leagues and even Olympics. As an analogy I can best describe your work as “Olympic” class. There’s lots of realtors, Greg, but only very few in your league. Thanks for all you did for me. Phil HarrisAgent:Greg Liddle
Greg Liddle is a broker associate, licensed in Colorado and New Mexico, with an incredible passion for the land. Greg grew up in the Florida Keys and the panhandle of Florida with most of his time spent stalking tarpon, bonefish, permit and Alabama whitetails. His free time today is split working his llewellin setters on upland birds and hunting mule deer and elk in the Four Corner states. His passion is the pursuit of trophy mule deer.
Greg has over 30 years experience in matching client’s unique desires with the ideal recreational real estate opportunity. Greg specializes in recreational properties and hunting/working cattle ranches and has personally closed +/-$200 million in real estate over the last 10 years, with closing $45.5 million in 2017 and in excess of $45 million closed or under contract in 2018.
Greg’s love of the Southwest and the recreation it provides consistently enables him to achieve top volume sales awards. These include top individual broker sales volume nationwide with LandLeader, top volume broker with Hayden Outdoors in 2017 (11 states) and top individual realtor volume in the Southern Colorado/Northern New Mexico MLS (+/-350 participating brokers).
Greg resides in Durango Colorado with his wife Michelle, Filson & Daly (the setters ) and Ace & King (a pair of Austrian Haflingers mountain horses).
“Thank you for allowing me the best job in the world”.
Best in ‘18 to you and yours, Greg Liddle
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