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A Day in the Life of a Congress Park Realtor

A morning with Andrew Nagel, Cherry Creek ReMax agent and Congress Park Realtor A day in the life of a realtor is much like you might expect:  paperwork, phone calls, driving, signs, phone calls, driving, phone calls.    Andrew shares an office with his friend and business partner John Sullivan - they work together with their clients, both specialize in the Congress Park neighborhood where they've both lived and have long-standing connections.  It was fun to go around putting up For Sale signs, and even more exciting, putting up SOLD signs.  I got to see some neat properties in the area and met the nicest woman who is ready to downsize and move off to the next stage of her life.  Moving is difficult and sometimes emotional stuff, I loved seeing how deftly Andrew and John handled that situation.  We all drove separate cars and it was fumy how much faster they arrived at any destination than I did, they know all the best routes in the area.

Realtor in his office.
Realtor in his office.
Two realtors in ofice talking.
Two realtors in ofice talking.
Two realtors working at their desks next to each other.
Two realtors working at their desks next to each other.
Realtor in his office on the phone, hoding a yard sign.
Realtor in his office on the phone, hoding a yard sign.
Doorway to Remax office with two men walkking out.
Doorway to Remax office with two men walkking out.
Andrew Nagel hangs his name on his real estate sign.
Andrew Nagel hangs his name on his real estate sign.
Hands getting signs out of a car trunk.
Hands getting signs out of a car trunk.
Realtors in a house while painters are working.
Realtors in a house while painters are working.
Realtor installs a for sale sign.
Realtor installs a for sale sign.
Two realtors talking inside an empty house.
Two realtors talking inside an empty house.
Andrew Nagel and John Sullivan put up a Neighborhood Expert sign.
Andrew Nagel and John Sullivan put up a Neighborhood Expert sign.
Hands unlocking a door.
Hands unlocking a door.
Andrew on the phone getting things out of his trunk.
Andrew on the phone getting things out of his trunk.
Andrew Nagel and John Sullivan talking in a yard.
Andrew Nagel and John Sullivan talking in a yard.
Andrew Nagel talking on the phone.
Andrew Nagel talking on the phone.
Man walking down the street on a cell phone.
Man walking down the street on a cell phone.
John Sullivan talking on the phone.
John Sullivan talking on the phone.
In a coffee shop, man is on the phone, outside you see another man also on the phone.
In a coffee shop, man is on the phone, outside you see another man also on the phone.
Two men conversing over coffeee.
Two men conversing over coffeee.
Andrew takes a sip of coffee.
Andrew takes a sip of coffee.
Man writing at an outdoor tble.
Man writing at an outdoor tble.
Man talks on the phone standing next to his car with a real estate sign next to him and a planner in his other hand.
Man talks on the phone standing next to his car with a real estate sign next to him and a planner in his other hand.
Andrew Nagel and John Sullivan in front of a sold sign.
Andrew Nagel and John Sullivan in front of a sold sign.
Man greets older woman at her front door.
Man greets older woman at her front door.
Man talks to an older woman.
Man talks to an older woman.
Two men planning a house showing.
Two men planning a house showing.
Day in the life of a realtor man on the street talking on his phone carring a real estate sign.
Day in the life of a realtor man on the street talking on his phone carring a real estate sign.

Nagel Extended Family Photos in Frisco

It was a crummy, snowy day in Denver when I drove to do the Nagel extended family photos in Frisco the day after Christmas.  I was looking forward to an arduous drive but happily discovered just as I reached the foothills that the snow had quit.  Andrew Nagel asked me to photograph their family who were together for the first time in ten years.  They were all staying in a rented house in Frisco and enjoying the snow, skiing, snowboarding, and sledding.  With so many people we only had time for mainly posed group shots but I couldn't resist some fun in the snow with the cousins at the end.  Click here to see more family photos. Extended Family Photos