I am originally from Norway and came to the U.S. in 1979 to get my Master's Degree at the University of Colorado, and compete for CU’s varsity ski team. Unfortunately that year the NCAA changed their eligibility rules, with the result that I couldn't join the ski team. I certainly wasn't ready to just give up and go home, so I joined the Women’s U.S. Professional Ski Tour instead. For the next three years I traveled throughout North America competing as a professional, while also studying for my Master's Degree, which I received from CU in 1983. The U.S. Pro Ski Tour was still quite new, so in addition to competing, all the racers were required to participate in the Tour's promotional events as well. Those three years on the Tour gave me the opportunity to see many different parts of the U.S. and learn just how critical marketing and promotion can be. It also gave me a first-hand appreciation of how important personal relationships are in any business.
After leaving the Tour in 1983, I was offered a job as the Head Ski Coach at Lake Eldora. I put my Pro Tour experience to work and coached with intent. A year later I became the Head Coach at Loveland Ski Area and the following year was promoted to Program Director. One of the responsibilities of the Program Director was organizing and running the largest competitive ski race in North America. This included single-handedly organizing 750 volunteers on top of all the responsibilities of running the actual race. Additionally it was and is my belief that the Ladies Day I started at Loveland was the first of its kind, with ski areas across the country successfully replicating the concept to this day. I continued to work in the ski industry until 1999, by which time my two sons were in middle school and I decided to become a Realtor. One of the main reasons I chose to become a Realtor was because by that time, due to our growing family, I had already worked with multiple agents through the purchase and sale of four homes. Each time I found myself wondering if I couldn’t have done it better, and each time I decided I could. Finally in 2000 I decided to give it a shot and began working with Coldwell Banker.
Since then I have helped my clients to buy and sell over 200 homes and have won many different sales and marketing awards, including the Coldwell Banker International Diamond Award, which I received in 2010. I have also been named a 5280 Magazine 5 Star Agent every year since 2011. I believe whole-heartedly that real estate is a relationship business and my focus on customer service is the reason I have had many repeat clients. My network is not limited to my clients but has been built and maintained in my 35 years living in Denver.
Denver has been very good to me these past 35 years and I have had the occasion to meet many wonderful people that I’m proud to call my friends and associates. These networks have been an important part of my success and will be put to service for you!
My name is Audi Lundy and I have been working as a full time Realtor since 2000. In that time I’ve helped hundreds of clients with diverse real estate needs in the purchase or sale of their home or property. I am a darn good agent and here’s why: