Daniel Ritsch is joining Slifer Smith & Frampton
April 17, 2014
VAIL — Daniel Ritsch, a 15-year Vail Valley resident and Realtor, recently joined Slifer Smith & Frampton. Ritsch will focus on the communities of Eagle and Gypsum.
Born in Aspen, Ritsch graduated from Colorado State University in 1993 with a degree in construction management and a real estate license in the state of Colorado. After working as a superintendent for Village Homes of Colorado and a brief stint as a warranty manager in the northern part of Florida, Ritsch returned to Village Homes of Colorado as a purchasing agent in 1996.
He moved to the Vail Valley in 1998 and began building and managing real estate portfolios for investors with his company, Creekside Mountain Properties, in Gypsum.
"I firmly believe in Slifer Smith & Frampton's corporate culture and how they have a grassroots involvement in the community from top to bottom," Ritsch said. "I feel like I'm at home with Slifer. It's not like with a national chain — it's really a family and the depth of experience is unprecedented."
Focus On Downvalley Communities
Ritsch will focus on the downvalley communities of Eagle and Gypsum in his work with Slifer Smith & Frampton. A rapidly growing and expanding area, Ritsch will apply his knowledge of the opportunities in today's market to help educate and assist both buyers and sellers.
"We're excited to have Daniel Ritsch join the Slifer Smith & Frampton team," said Jim Flaum, president and managing broker of Slifer Smith & Frampton. "Daniel has a vested interest in succeeding in Gypsum and Eagle; that's his home and he's dedicated in providing the best service and expertise to his clients."
"You look at people in the valley that you can't separate their love of the valley from who they are; that's who works for Slifer Smith & Frampton," Ritsch said. "It's the value of what Slifer is: It's not just to make money, but to make the valley a better place."
Ritsch is an avid biker, hiker and skier and has a passion for aviation. His office is located in Eagle, and he can be reached at 970-328-2550 and email@example.com.
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