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  • Cindy Hall - Realtor
    Working with Cindy, it was clear she had in-depth knowledge of the local market, presented herself in a professional manner and made me feel comfortable with the entire process. Through inquisitive questioning, she gained an understanding of my needs and delivered perfectly. I've bought two homes in the past and worked with two other realtors; both were an absolute nightmare. Cindy changed my outlook on what a "Professional Realtor" means and she proved it every step of the way. With all the challenges I faced in this transaction, Cindy did a thorough job explaining each step in the process and keeping me informed. She's timely with her responses, she's empathetic to the emotional stresses of purchasing a home and deep down it shines through that she cares & wants the best for her clients. I worked with a Lender, Inspector, Mold Mitigation and Sewer Company that Cindy recommended. All were above par and did excellent work. I would highly recommend Cindy to anybody looking to have a "different" realtor experience than the old run-of-the-mill part-time agent. The knowledge, compassion and professionalism of Cindy is beyond words. She truly changed my perception on realtors and I wish every realtor held themselves accountable the way that she does
    Erik B.
  • wisdom real estate
    We spent 3 days working with Becca, who was not only professional and very knowledgeable, but FUN too!!!!! She showed us tons of houses, we worked her to death, but she had a great attitude! We ended up deciding Texas was a better fit for us, but I REALLY wanted to buy a house in Colorado just for Becca's sake
    Patricia V.
    To Whom it May Concern: This notice is meant to convey the facts and discrepancies in the refinance appraisal process for our property located at ...*hidden for privacy*.... The appraisal was completed by William H Fleming, III, of the Provision Group, Inc. As demonstrated by the following, this appraisal is materially and substantially inaccurate, and leaves the professionalism and qualifications of the appraisal provider in serious doubt: The appraisal report lists each of the two units as 2-bedroom residences, and the appraiser’s notes state that each basement has a “possible 3rd bedroom,” but there is “no legal egress.” The fact is each basement bedroom has a legal egress window, which we installed less than two years ago, after purchasing the building. These legal egress windows are visible in the appraiser’s photos attached to the subject report. All of the appraiser’s rental comps, and all but one of his sale comps, are 2-bedroom residences. As indicated above, this building is a duplex in which each unit has three legal bedrooms, with egress and closets. Page 1 of the report, Amenities, next to “Fence,” indicates “none.” The fact is each unit has its own private, fully fenced backyard, with brand new 6-foot cedar fencing. There is also chain link fencing along the entire north side of the property. The fencing is visible in the appraiser’s photos attached to the subject report. Page 1 of the report lists total square footage as 1817 sqft, with about 900 sqft., per unit. The fact is the total square footage of gross living space in the building is approximately 2400 sqft. His calculations are incorrect by approximately 30%. The main level in each unit is approximately 900 sqft., and when combined with the basement living spaces, is about 1200 sqft per unit. He lists the basement as 731 total sqft., with 80% finished, but neglected to include this 80% in his total calculation for the building. A little over a year ago this property was appraised for ...*hidden for privacy*.... At the time of that appraisal, all of the current tenants were still in the property, paying exactly the same rents. Since that appraisal, we have spent tens of thousands of dollars on improvements to the property. Details of these facts, including the previous appraisal, were provided to the appraiser prior to his site visit. The appraiser must also be aware that market inventory is still at an all-time low, and price growth in this market has continued unabated over the last year. Nonetheless, this appraiser has valued the property at ...*hidden for privacy*... devaluing it by more than 5% over the same period. On Page 2 of the report the appraiser notes that “Listing Broker has yet to respond to calls for verification/why the increase” in purchase price to ...*hidden for privacy*... from list price of ...*hidden for privacy*.... The fact is the appraiser also failed to question either us or the Buyer’s Agent on this matter. Failure to communicate has been a recurring theme. The appraiser’s failure to communicate and provide timely service to the lender and the borrowers has greatly exceeded what one would consider reasonable, even in this time of heightened demand for service: The site visit was scheduled for and completed on 3/2/21. On 3/4/21 the appraiser informed our mortgage broker that his report would be submitted by 3/8/21. It was not, and on 3/9/21 I left a voicemail directly with the appraiser to inquire. I received no response. On 3/15/21 our mortgage broker was informed that the report would be submitted by the next day, 3/16/21. It was not. On 3/17/21 our mortgage broker was informed that the report would be submitted by 3/20/21. It was not, and on 3/22/21 I called the appraiser directly to inquire again. I received no response. Later on 3/22/21 our mortgage broker was informed that the report would be submitted by 3/24/21. The report was received on 3/24/21 (with all of the inaccuracies noted above), but the mortgage broker informed us that the appraiser has still not completed his duties in this matter. They are still waiting for him to submit another form, and his work continues to be the only item preventing this loan from closing. It is my sincere hope that the failures enumerated here will be given serious consideration, and that the appropriate authorities will give renewed consideration to the qualifications of this appraisal service provider
    Josh W.
  • The Gilbert Group
    In so many ways, The Gilbert Group has made it possible for me to achieve one of my biggest dreams. The members of The Gilbert Group team are not only incredibly intelligent strategists (which is so necessary in the competitive Denver market), but they are also excellent teachers. It was important to them that I receive an education in real estate that made me feel empowered in my home buying choices. Each member of the team exhibits astounding integrity, crucial honesty, and kindness beyond my wildest expectations. I absolutely could not have done this without them. Purchasing a home is one of the most important decisions a person can make throughout their entire lifetime, and you need a team you can trust. The Gilbert Group is that team, and I will forever be grateful to have them as allies
    Taylor F.
  • Realty Solutions Group
    It was a very good experience as stated above. Jim was prompt, knowledgeable, courteous, and was definitely in tune with our concerns. June
    Jon H.
    Bob Haller performed both appraisals. He was easy to work with, professional, and very knowledgeable. He has been in the area for many years and I know is considered an expert witness in real estate appraisal.
    COLIN F.
    I contacted Cory on a Friday with a request that an appraisal be done immediately, as the seller of the property needed to close one week later. Cory accommodated me by coming first thing Monday morning and producing a complete and very professional appraisal by Tuesday noon. I needed an honest appraisal with a realistic value in an extremely tight frame, and Cory came through. I was very pleased
  • Hammond Appraisals
    It went very well and resulted in a thorough report. There was some delay in delivery due to difficulty in contacting the relevant parties during the vacation period.
    John L.
    KURT M.
    Jerry was very friendly and knowledgeable. He explained how the process worked and what he would and wouldn't include in the appraisal report. He asked if I had done any work to the home that wasn't readily visible that he should include on the report.
    LORI J.
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