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New brokerage touts tech

Daily staff report

EAGLE — Vail Valley Real Estate Incorporated is a new brokerage is leveraging internet and telecommunications technology to bring local market knowledge and on-demand real estate services to prospects and clients where they are — on the web.

With more than 70 years of collective experience helping buyers and sellers of property in Vail, Beaver Creek and surrounding mountain communities, long-time locals, John Helmering, Rick Beveridge (formerly of Beveridge Real Estate) and David Nudell (formerly of Berkshire Hathaway) have teamed up to form this new brokerage.

“Our local market knowledge and technology-driven practices offer better, more efficient transactions for both buyers and sellers,” Managing Broker John Helmering said. “With 100 percent mobile and online abilities, we are available anywhere in Eagle County and beyond to discuss the real estate market, show property, list homes, negotiate and digitally sign contracts at any time.”

Vail Valley Real Estate Incorporated is currently working with several developers and representing many new construction projects in the Eagle River Valley. They work with local sellers and first time home buyers, as well as second home resort buyers and sellers.

“We also understand the importance of balance in our mountain communities,” Beveridge said. “Therefore, in addition to resort listings and selling luxury properties, Vail Valley Real Estate Incorporated is dedicated to working on several affordable housing and vertical development projects that we hope will address some of the Valley’s affordable housing issues.”

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For more information, go to http://www.Vail, call 970-445-1770 or email

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