FOCUS ON WHAT IS
IMPORTANT IN LIFE.
Who exactly is Sue Smith
HERE’S A LITTLE SNAPSHOT INTO her LIFE.
(BUT REALLY, YOU SHOULD GET TO KNOW her IN PERSON.)
Sue moved to Colorado in 1985 from the Chicago area and has never looked back (although she still believes it is still a great place to visit!). Sue has lived in Capital Hill, Cherry Creek, Park Hill, DU/Wash Park, Littleton, and Centennial and has helped clients buy and sell property throughout the entire metro area. Sue is constantly aligning and leveraging her 22 year career in the “corporate world” of Customer Relationship Management Consulting with her 10+ years in Real Estate.
What does Sue do?
With 30 years experience developing and managing customer relationships, Sue understands the heart and success of any relationship is taking the time to truly understand her client’s needs and expectations, both stated and unstated, in a timely, efficient and effective manner, communicating effectively along the way. Sue represents her clients best interest in every thing she does on their behalf, NO EXCEPTIONS.
Her experience in Corporate Leadership has driven Sue to develop both shrewd process/project management and negation skills. Combining her experience with her passion for people and real estate has been a goal of hers as long as she can remember.
As a member of the National Association of Realtors and the South Metro Denver Board of Realtors, Sue stands firmly behind the Ethical Principals and Standards of the real estate industry.
What else does Sue do?
Sue loves everything the outdoors has to offer, especially if it includes a challenge. She has climbed 26 of the 54 “14er’s”, enjoys back-country skiing/snowshoeing , biking including the Courage Classic, hiking, and skiing. Sue is a breast cancer survivor, which has helped her to realize how critical it is to focus on what is important in life.
What are some fun facts about Sue?
Swims one mile every Friday
Can solve a rubiks cube in under a minute
Makes Baked Alaska every year for her husband’s birthday
Is a huge supporter of DU Lacrosse