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Keller Williams’ Routh among Eagle County sales leader

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EAGLE COUNTY, Colorado – Michael Routh of Keller Williams Mountain Properties was among the top five Realtor leaders in transaction sales in all of Eagle County for 2010.

Routh sold 25 real estate transactions valued at over $9.5 million in volume. Routh’s listings were on the market for an average of 105 days and sold for an average of 87 percent of the list price.

“My team and I are fully immersed in today’s real estate market,” Routh said. “We are intimately familiar with the bank-owned and short-sale process. In today’s market, whether you are buying or selling, it is more important than ever to work with a full-time, dedicated and knowledgeable Realtor. You need someone who will represent your best interests when dealing with the banks involved in these transactions. We’re here to help anyone who needs it and we’re always available for free consultations.”



Routh is on track to double his numbers in 2011. In the first two quarters of the year, Routh has sold 27 real estate transactions at approximately 96 percent of the list price.

Routh can be contacted at 970-471-0646, MichaelRouth@kw.com or http://www.michaelrouth.com.

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Keller Williams is the fastest growing real estate company and currently the second largest in North America with over 80,000 agents internationally. For more information about Keller Williams Mountain Properties, call Brooke Gagnon at 970-476-1600 or Kerry Brown at 970-328-2327 or visit http://www.kwmountainproperties.com.


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