Keller Williams announces new additions in Eagle County
VAIL — Keller Williams Mountain Properties has announced the addition of new real estate agents.
“We are truly lucky to have these four new agents join us at KW Mountain Properties,” said Managing Broker Beverly Trout. “Keller Williams Realty offers its associates unparalleled career growth and lifelong learning opportunities in the real estate industry. We know that these agents will be a great fit and that it is our customers who will truly benefit from their joining us. Each of these new agents bring with them unique experiences and talents that will be a great addition to our family.”
Grant Goddard: Being a native to Colorado allows Grant to see trends and changes throughout the state. He was born and raised in Denver, lived in Steamboat and now calls the Vail Valley home. Grant understands how the resort community works and how trends change with time and the seasons. Grant has a Bachelor of Science in industrial design and product development. His passions include mountain biking, skiing, snowboarding, hiking and camping. He also helps out with local societies such as volunteering during the 2012 Beaver Creek Talons Challenge for S.O.S Outreach.
Daniela DeMeillac: Originally from Sofia, Bulgaria, Daniela finally was able to fulfill a childhood dream 10 years ago when she made Vail Valley her home. As well as great passion for skiing, Daniela has a strong background in finances and hospitality management together with a long history of working in the service industry in Vail, Europe, The Caribbean and Dubai. Now a wife and proud mother, she has decided to bring her local expertise, hard work and dedication to Keller Williams. Daniela is fluent in five languages.
Rebekah Gehman: Rebekah began selling real estate in 2003 in the Lehigh Valley of Pennsylvania. Rebekah relocated here full time with her family in 2012. As a buyer’s specialist, she loves turning dreams of home ownership into reality. She appreciates the support from her Keller Williams colleagues which allows her to concentrate on each buyer’s particular needs. From her previous career showing and training Arabian horses, Rebekah learned patience and the importance of integrity and honest communication.
Darrell Chavez: Born and raised in Eagle County, Darrell studied business and photojournalism at The University of Northern Colorado. Darrell sold real estate for Keller Williams in the past then began working in the restaurant industry where he eventually owned two restaurants. He enjoys all the area has to offer and is anxious to once again share it with his clients. Being a real estate broker allows Darrell to share his love of the area as well as his love for real estate.
The Keller Williams Mountain Properties Market Center has offices in Edwards and Eagle, as well as Business Centers in Summit County, Steamboat Springs, and Crested Butte. To learn more about Keller Williams Realty, call Bev Trout at 970-476-1600 or visit http://www.kw.com.