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Local Coldwell Banker office merges with another group

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Vail, CO Colorado

VAIL, Colorado – Coldwell Banker Timberline Real Estate, which has been in the Vail/Beaver Creek real estate market for more than 20 years, recently announced it has merged with Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties, bringing the company’s size to three offices with locations in Sun Valley, Idaho, Steamboat Springs and Vail.

Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties provides sales, property management, rental, and concierge services in resort markets. The newest addition of the Vail office brings Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties to a total of 41 agents.

“I am thrilled to be part of Vail and Beaver Creek markets,” said Todd Conklin, CEO of Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties. “When the opportunity arose to be part of one of the oldest and most successful real estate companies in the area, I jumped at the opportunity.”

Coldwell Banker Timberline Real Estate was founded in August of 1988 and has participated in more than 4,500 real estate sales over the past 22 years. The office has been awarded the “Premier Office Award” recognizing its achievements in residential sales, the ownership was recognized as the “Best of he Best” with the Office Manager Award for Excellence and many of the agents have earned the top honor of International President’s Elite Agents.

In a statement about the recent merger, Coldwell Banker Timberline Real Estate Partners Kathy Cole, Diana Meehan, Steve MacDonald, and Peter Papangelis wrote: “We are very excited about the merging into Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties. The key to seizing opportunities for buyers and sellers in today’s market is to have an ‘edge’ that an international brand and a resort market specialist like Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties delivers.”

The Vail officce is at 286 Bridge Street. For more information, call (970-476-2113 or go to http://www.coldwellbankertimberline.com.

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