Hi, I am Vanessa Bassock, a realtor with Coldwell Banker in Denver, Colorado.
I am originally from NYC/NJ and ventured out to Colorado in 1991 after grad school to ski and become a ski instructor for Keystone Ski Resort. My professional career in Colorado has been as a bilingual speech-language pathologist. I have enjoyed a rewarding position in this field, first at St Anthony Hospital, followed by 18 years for the Special Education Department at Jefferson County Public Schools and Denver Public Schools. After a full career in speech pathology, I am excited to pursue my passion for real estate.
In 2005, I moved my family from Golden to Littleton, and I wholeheartedly enjoy being a part of this community in Littleton. I have been involved in all 3 schools, elementary, middle, and high school, volunteering in the Post Grad Department of Heritage High School for the last few years. I am a great resource if you need any guidance in particular schools or specialized school programs or athletics for your children in the Denver, Lakewood, Wheat Ridge, and Golden area.
I absolutely love living in Colorado, and I have had the opportunity to live in so many fun neighborhoods in the Denver area, before settling in Littleton. Over the years, I have been involved in real estate as an investor in properties in Denver, Lakewood, and Summit County. Now that my children are in college, I am both eager and excited to dedicate my time to a full-time career with Coldwell Banker. I chose to partner with Coldwell Banker after seeing their world class products, and highly skilled marketing staff that allow me to serve my clients and provide a smooth, stress free real estate transaction. I have great patience, excellent communication skills, and genuinely enjoy meeting and helping people find their perfect home or make a move to a new city. I am committed to supporting you every step of the way and advocating in your best interest.
In my free time, I teach skiing at Keystone, hike the front range with my dogs, and bike the Platte River Trail from my front door.