Karyn Contino - Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate Agent

Karyn Contino

Breckenridge - 211 N. Main Street

Cell970.390.9111

Direct970.547.7966

Office970.453.9090

Fax970.453.4130

CNE, CRS

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About Me

I have been selling real estate in Breckenridge for such a long time that I almost picture my husband and I arriving here in a covered wagon. It was unpaved streets and more open space than buildings on Main Street. 90% of the now existing buildings were not yet built.

For 32 years, I owned and operated my real estate business, Executive Resorts Real Estate, as well as a rental management company, Executive Resorts Rental, Inc. My husband, Sal, and I had a perfect partnership, I handled the purchasing of land and Sal would do the construction and rental management side. In addition, for many years I wrote and published a paper called the Breckenridge News. The paper gave me the opportunity to learn and explore all aspects of Summit County. I have transitioned my love for the newspaper to my blog. I post daily about the Summit County real estate market and neighborhood updates, events, restaurants, recreational happenings, and photos of local creatures, both 2 legged and four. I guarantee you’ll learn things that will maximize your enjoyment of Summit County and all of its surroundings. I am now a broker with Slifer Smith & Frampton and I absolutely love what I do. Helping families invest in a lifestyle and creating memories is irreplaceable. Whether you are selling or buying, I would love to share my expertise and foresight with you.

I have been awarded a CRS designation for high sales and ongoing national education in 1985, less than 6% of the agents in the nation have earned this prestigious designation, and I have also been rewarded a CRB, certified residential broker, a similar award for Broker managers, which I no longer use. Lastly, I have earned a Master Certified Negotiation Expert, and I believe I am the first in Summit County to have done so.

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