If you're seeking a dedicated realtor who practices business like she lives her life, with honesty and integrity; one who listens and communicates well; one who puts your needs first, then you have found the right person in Chris Wright.
"If my clients aren't happy then I'm not doing my job right." She is well versed in Denver Metro and along the front range. She's lived in the area for 23 years and has worked with buyers and sellers for 16 of those.
She has a degree in the healthcare field from the University of Florida but wanted the flexibility a career in real estate would offer. She is naturally very nurturing and thrives with even the most difficult transactions. She has found that setting a positive tone with other agents in the transaction is vital to being able to meet the needs of her clients. "I firmly believe that the process of buying and selling a home should be a win-win".
Chris has been married to her husband, Chris, for 28 years. They have 2 kids. Their daughter is a nurse at Castle Rock Adventist hospital and their son is a student at CSU. Chris brings a rich tapestry of life experience; she was a Navy wife, she is a survivor of Hodgkin's Lymphoma and her daughter has Type 1 Diabetes. She and her family have spent many hours volunteering for the American Diabetes Association and in the past were awarded the Volunteer of the Year for the Colorado, Wyoming and Montana chapters of the ADA. She loves to hike and bike as well as paint. She also fosters dogs for MAMCO as well as cats on occasion. Whether you choose to work with Chris or someone else. Make sure they are a Realtor, as distinct from a real estate agent. Realtors are part of the National Association of Realtors and are affiliated with a local board. Realtors are required to abide by a strict code of ethics and participate in continuing education. Out of the 40,000 licensed agents in CO only 26,000 are realtors.
If you are looking to buy or sell a property in the Denver Metro market, Chris encourages you to contact her today. You won't be disappointed.