DMAR Connect Powered by the Central District
WHEN: Friday | July 16, 2021 | 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
WHERE: Online, hosted through Zoom
WHY: Having a logo is great, but there’s a whole lot more that goes into effective real estate branding. Do you have a brand? What about a niche or a community? Join us for a free panel discussion and learn how to master the art of real estate branding. Our four panelists - Amy and Scott Grossman, real estate transition specialists with Grossman Dream Homes at Madison & Company Properties, and Joseph and Jessica Dominguez, affordable housing specialists with Love Thy Neighbor and the 2019 DMAR Community Service Award recipients – will share tips and tricks on how to develop a brand and how to maximize its value to grow your business. Lori Pace, DMAR Director and REALTOR® at Kentwood Real Estate City Properties, will be moderating. Bring your questions and join the conversation!
PRICE: Free for DMAR members
About Our Speakers:
Amy & Scott Grossman are REALTORS® with Madison and Company in Denver and are called Denver’s premier 'Real Estate Transition Specialists®.' They believe anyone going through a life transition, such as retirement, divorce, relocation or the death of a loved one deserves the highest level of care, a trusted partner and a genuine friend throughout the home buying and selling process. “We believe every client we represent deserves our full attention, a custom approach that is representative of their needs and wants, and a real estate confidant who is there for them from start to finish,” says Amy and Scott. “We treat each of our clients like family and we take care of them like they are our own parents, grandparents, sons and daughters. Many of them have kept in touch with us over the years and refer us to their friends and family – it’s an honor to serve two or more generations in one family and we are blessed to have that opportunity come our way often!” they say. In summer of 2016, The Grossman Team made a business decision to move companies, from RE/MAX Southeast, to Madison and Company. This change has brought refreshing opportunities which will benefit their clients greatly.
Joseph and Jessica Dominguez are a community-minded real estate group, with over 15 years of experience, committed to providing access to affordable and attainable homeownership for everyone. Collectively, they have enough resources, knowledge and innovation to make it happen. Believing in an inclusive city and a home for everyone, they are not just real estate agents, but also advocates and a resource for affordable for-sale housing. They partner with existing government agencies, developers, schools, charities, nonprofits and anyone who is community-minded and doing equity work that increases access and opportunity to affordable housing. They specialize in affordable for-sale housing and work directly with Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver and Elevation Community Land Trust. They are also partner-agents for Landed, a down payment assistance program for those working in education. From affordable homeownership to experienced sellers and any client in between, they are here to serve.
Lori Pace graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Environmental Design with a concentration in Architecture and Urban Planning. She began her career with the Denver Urban Renewal Authority dedicated to neighborhood revitalization and redevelopment. She has been involved in public and private collaborations of real estate sales and community development which serves as the core foundation of Lori’s background. Lori's training in real estate, neighborhood revitalization/development, leadership and sales has created an understanding for the multiple facets of business including residential and commercial real estate. As a REALTOR® and personally, Lori has bought, owned and sold both investment properties and residences for the last 15 years. She understands the benefits of using real estate investments as a vehicle to build long-term financial stability and sustainable wealth through passive income. Lori specializes in creative negotiations and leveraging assets. Lori is a professional speaker and consultant in the area of diversity and inclusion and also speaks on heart disease for the American Heart Association.