Cody was born and raised in the Northwest suburbs of Chicago and migrated to Vail in 1998. He was involved with ski racing at an early age and raced competitively for 15 years, ending his career as a Colorado Buffalo and advancing with them to the National Championship in 2005. He has been a ski instructor at Beaver Creek and Vail for the past 10 years and has worked at multiple golf courses in the Vail Valley since graduating from Battle Mountain High School. Cody graduated summa cum laude from CU Denver with a Bachelors in Communication in 2018.
Cody has had his real estate license for 6 years and loves working with buyers and sellers in the greater Denver metro area. Some of his hobbies include working on his car, disc golf, camping, golfing, skiing, looking at properties with his fiance, and anything that involves being outdoors!
Q&A with Cody
1. What do you love about your job?
I love helping people open new chapters in their lives by meeting their real estate needs. The best part of my job is seeing the smiles on my client’s faces when they find their dream home!
2. What sets you apart from the competition?
Integrity, honesty, and the ability to have fun with it!
3. What are the most common reasons people love working with you?
That I go above and beyond for my clients and that I truly care about their experience during the home buying process.
4. Why did you choose LUX. Denver?
I chose LUX. Denver for the simple reason that they are a boutique firm that takes pride in surrounding themselves with like-minded people. LUX has an amazing team of incredibly experienced realtors who constantly challenge each other while keeping the mood light and fun!
5. What is your communication style like?
Personable, friendly, and relatable.
6. What are you passionate about?
I’m passionate about traveling, skiing, staying active, and real estate!
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