Very exciting news for the Coldwell Banker Steamboat Springs and Craig offices occurred early this month as one of our extremely valued agents moved up into the Sales Manager role. Both offices, as well as our corporate family, are over the moon with excitement and possibility as Lee Calihan takes this role by the horns and tramples forth. Energy in the office since this announcement has been positive, proactive and uplifted as Lee takes the floor by storm.
"I'm from Chicago and this is my 5th winter living in Steamboat. I absolutely adore the Steamboat Lifestyle and can't believe I get to live where most people want to vacation."
"I moved to Steamboat with my sister and brother-in-law to be in a place we loved, and we are so grateful we made the decision to leave the city and make it here. I had always wanted to practice real estate, and with the move, I had the time and the head-space to get my license. It took a little bit of time to really learn the lay of the land, but Steamboat is such a friendly place that getting to know people has been pretty seamless. I already feel like a veteran local!"
"I sit on the Planning Commission here in Steamboat and on the Board of the Routt County Humane Society. I also assisted with Winter Carnival this year. I think that getting involved with the community is the best way to really know how a town works, and to show that you are here to be part of that community. Even though it's a much smaller location than I come from, I've never felt more towards a location than Steamboat. I love that if you are interested in a cause it's super accessible to get involved and you can see the difference you make."
"Coldwell Banker is an amazing global brand, and the Distinctive Properties company specializes in serving mountain communities like ours. Our concierge services, marketing assistance, agent coaching and training is incredible. It ensures that our agents are best able to serve the community armed with all of the knowledge, tech and resources to leverage locally as well as globally."