Contact Colorado Mountain Realty
It’s easy to Contact Colorado Mountain Realty!
You can Call or Text our main office number anytime, email, contact any of our agents directly or stop by our downtown Salida office.
Office Phone: 719-530-1038
Office Email: email@example.com
Colorado Mountain Realty Address is:
138 North F Street
Salida, CO 81201
Fax: We don’t have a fax…
Below is direct contact information for all of our Realtors
Michael Hawley, Broker/Owner
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Ashley Delarue, Broker Associate
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Anne Graf, Broker Associate
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Tres (Roy) Jones
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Kathleen Nelson, Broker Associate
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Please feel free to contact Colorado Mountain Realty anytime – 7 days a week. If we’re not available, leave a message and we’ll get back to you immediately. We look forward to helping you!
Contact Colorado Mountain Realty if…
-You’re looking to buy or sell a Home, Land or Commercial Property in Salida, Poncha Springs, Maysville, Nathrop, Buena Vista, Howard, Coaldale or Cotopaxi (basically anywhere in Chaffee County and most of western Fremont County). We could also help you buy or sell a mansion, ranch, luxury property, compound, or legacy property. How about a tiny home or a cabin? If it’s real estate and in our area, we can help!
-You’re interested in finding out more about the Salida real estate market – such as recent sales and trends, what’s currently on the market, the median price for the area etc.
-Contact the listing agent directly to setup a showing, you can also try calling the office phone number listed above if you’d like to setup a showing for a Colorado Mountain Realty listing
-Sorry, we don’t do any rental management. You can find homes for rent in the Salida Mountain Mail (online at the Salidamountainmail.com) or there are several Chaffee County Rental groups on Facebook, or maybe Craigslist. Or sometimes people just put signs in their yard