Since Denver Mayor Hancock announced a stay-at-home order for Denver yesterday, there has been an important development:
Real estate is now included as an essential business.
The full text of the City’s updated order is available on their official website here.
We are committed to doing our part to promote social distancing and slow the spread of the virus while we continue to help our clients. This update to the Mayor’s order means that in Denver as elsewhere, we are still able to write offers, negotiate contracts, and close transactions — everything you expect from Trelora is still available to you.
As we said in our update yesterday, we are moving quickly to enable remote showings and listing consultations where necessary, and are working on digital resources to help sellers show their own homes while they are staying in.
This is a rapidly-evolving situation, and we are monitoring it closely. We will continue to share updates as we have them, and are hard at work (from a safe distance) figuring out how to best serve you under the circumstances.
We know this is a difficult time for many of you, and we hope to be just one constant in the face of so much change. Please know that we are always just a call, text, or email away.
Thank you for your understanding, and for choosing Trelora.
Brady Miller, CFA is Chief Executive Officer at Trelora, Inc. Brady joined Trelora in August, 2018 as Chief Financial Officer. He moved into his current role later that year and is responsible for all daily operations and growth of the broader real estate business. Prior to joining Trelora, Brady was Chief Financial Officer of Leeds West Groups which is one of the largest, and fastest growing automotive retailers in America. Brady managed their real estate portfolio, financing, human resources, and accounting. He earned a Charted from the CFA Institute in 2016 and holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Colorado, Boulder where he majored in Finance and Real Estate.