We are only into April and this year has already been full of surprises for me. After working in the real-estate business for 25 years and working along side the Deaf Community, I was recognized by Realtor Magazine and 303 Magazine.
This is a great accomplishment, not only for me but for the Deaf Community. It brought to light how a lot of Deaf people get taken advantage of by Realtors and Mortgage Lenders because of the communication barrier. This is why I do what I do. I am one of the few bilingual ASL Agents in Colorado and I will do everything I can do make sure my deaf clients are taken care of and are getting the best service possible on all ends.
Please take time to read the articles and contact me if you need help buying, selling or refinancing.
Though small, this town is vibrant and lively. It’s a perfect example of Colorado’s charm, offering the small-town feel with country landscape while still keeping access to the city life.
Bow Mar prides itself in the community it had created, providing year-round activities, clubs, social and recreational activities, geared towards family-friendly fun. They have a high value for volunteering and community work.
Bow Mar’s beginning was agricultural, starting as a community of large farms that provided resources for Denver and Littleton. The town received its name from the combination of two nearby lakes, Bowles Lake and Marston Lake. Both lakes are named after two of the area’s first farmers. The neighborhood was mostly completed by 1950 and officially became Bow Mar in 1958.