Engel & Völkers today announced the opening of their newest real estate shop, and first in the Colorado Springs area. This marks the brand’s ninth shop in the state of Colorado, joining existing locations in Aspen, Beaver Creek, Carbondale, Denver, Roaring Fork, Snowmass, Telluride and Vail. The newly established Engel & Völkers Colorado Springs comes as the result of Amie Streater affiliating her luxury, boutique brokerage, Amie Streater Realty, with the global brand. Streater continues to lead the shop as sole license partner, while Colorado native and third-generation real estate professional Kristin Geesey serves in the role of managing broker. Streater, Geesey and their team of diligent and attentive real estate advisors specialize in providing the highest level of service to home buyers and sells across all of Southern Colorado, including Colorado Springs and all of El Paso County and southern Douglas County, as well as Tell County, the entire Pikes Peak region, and specifically Woodland Park.
“Our rapid expansion in Colorado is very much intentional,” said Anthony Hitt, president and CEO, Engel & Völkers Americas. “Real estate markets are healthy across the state, drawing buyers from around the globe. Colorado Springs specifically is a vibrant, family-friendly community attracting military service members and contractors, outdoor enthusiasts, technology specialists and a range of other diverse residents. Amie and Kristin have a thorough understanding of the real estate market here and believe luxury is something that is deeply personal to each client, beyond simply a price point. With these guiding principles, I am confident in their ability to lead our ever-growing presence in Colorado.”
Engel & Völkers Colorado Springs is located at 5214 N. Nevada Avenue in the heart of University Village, one of the city’s fastest-growing retail developments. Real estate inventory in Colorado Springs is largely characterized by suburban single family homes with an average price point of $325,000. For the past two years, Colorado Springs has been consecutively ranked as the “most desirable” place to live in the U.S., largely thanks to its mild climate, world-class outdoor recreation and consistent job market. Already home to more than 100,000 government aerospace and defense employees and contractors, Colorado Springs will also be the headquarters of Space Force, the newest branch of the U.S. military. Additionally, companies like Amazon, In-N-Out Burger, Lockheed Martin and Progressive Insurance, along with several higher education institutions, have a thriving presence in the area.
“As part of the Engel & Völkers network, we are excited to now be able to offer home buyers and sellers a more engaging, professional, innovative and client-focused level of service than what’s previously been available in our market,” said Streater. “Our focus has always been and will continue to be on serving our individual clients with unparalleled professionalism, attention to detail and world-class marketing. While other offices chase numbers and volume, Engel & Völkers empowers us to stay 100% focused on building quality relationships and providing extraordinary service, one client at a time.”
Engel & Völkers operates a global network of over 12,000 real estate professionals in more than 30 countries. For more information, visit www.coloradosprings.evrealestate.com.