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New brokers join Keller Williams’ Edwards firm

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Sydney Pollock

EDWARDS — Keller Williams Realty in Edwards recently announced the addition of two new agents, Allie Decent and Sydney Pollock.

Decent started visiting Vail at the tender age of 6 months in 1985 and finally called the valley home in 2007. She has a masters degree in education and also teaches skiing. Decent grew up in Longport, N.J., to a sailing, golfing and skiing family. Ever since she was a little girl, her mother always took her through open houses and onto construction sites to preview homes and decor. Now she is committed to helping others find their first, second, investment or vacation properties here in Eagle County.

“With one sale completed after only a month with Keller Williams, Allie is sure to make an impression in the real estate community in this valley,” team leader Byron Morris said.



Decent currently lives in Eagle-Vail with her husband, Greg.

Pollock has been a part of the Keller Williams family since the fall of 2007. She started at the front desk as a weekend receptionist and transitioned into a real estate broker’s position in 2009.



“People thought I was crazy getting into real estate in such a ‘down economy,’” Pollock said. “With over $1 million in sales my first year out of the gate, I wasn’t complaining.”

Pollock focuses on her client’s goals by highlighting properties that support their lifestyle. After a move to the mountains, Pollock joined Keller Williams Mountain Properties in Edwards.

“I grew up watching my mom and grandpa sell houses on the chairlift, and I always knew one day I’d be doing the same — I just didn’t realize it would happen so fast,” she said.



“We are truly lucky to have Allie and Sydney join us here at Keller Williams,” Morris said. “We know that Allie and Sydney will thrive with us and that it is our customers who will truly benefit from them both joining.”

To learn more, call Morris at 970-476-1600 or go to http://www.kw.com.


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