Agents doing exceptionally well.

Krushing It – /ˈKRUSH ING/ /IT/

1. Performing at the highest level;
2. To be doing something very good

MattLansang

I am a residential investor and licensed Colorado Real Estate Agent with over 10 years of experience in renovating and selling homes in Denver. I was born in Denver, and started in real estate to help preserve some of the areas that I love. Over the years as the market has changed my business has stayed simple and true to the core, helping buyers and sellers make an easy transition. I can offer you a smooth transaction to closing, so that you can get on to your next chapter in life.

CKilcullen

Christopher Kilcullen joins The K Company after a distinguished career with the Wyndham Hotel Group as VP of Development managing a team of people responsible for growing the franchise network of 15 hotel brands. A resident of Colorado, Mr. Kilcullen has spent more than 20 years covering the Western US from Illinois down to Louisiana and everything west including the great state of Alaska. Chris now spends his time helping investors identify hotel properties in diverse markets with the potential for steady returns.

DylanNash

Dylan is an Associate Broker and an Infantryman in the Army National Guard. “After interviewing countless other brokerages, I found that The K Company offered the most in terms of resources and return for their agents. Our brokers are experienced in every facet of the Real Estate industry and work together to ensure the best possible service for our clients. Working here is an absolute pleasure and I look forward growing with The K Company for years to come!

LorenaArnold

Lorena Arnold is an Author and an Agent with the K Company Colorado. Check out her new book “The Secret of Wealthy Home Sellers.” http://www.lorenaarnoldauthor.com/

JohnYouboty

I moved back in February to begin my second stint of life in the mile high city. Football is what originally brought me to this lovely & friendly city. I had the pleasure of being with the Broncos organization for two years (2013-15′) as a player. I graduated from Temple University in Philadelphia. Unfortunately my career didn’t pan out as I hoped due to serious Injury, torn achilles. The game of life never stops and you learn to roll with the punches. My next journey is as a Licensed Realtor. Although my playing career is over you develop life fundamentals I believe leads one to success no mater the vocation. Hard work, discipline, Focus, integrity are all characteristics that propelled me in my last journey to the NFL & I expect it to do the same now. Initially my biggest obstacle will be regrowing my network, as I am not a native & been gone for 2 years. Real estate has always been my second  field of interest & an industry I was constantly surrounded by as a Kid.

KenGordon

I began my real estate career at the worst possible time, 2008. I struggled through those hard times, but came out of them a better agent. Having had to scratch and claw my way through that terrible down turn, I learned and practiced all the necessary skills to get to where I am today. I am grateful, believe it or not, for those hard times. I am a better, stronger, and more accomplished agent today because I had to endure those difficult days.