Every month, Denver MOP STARS Cleaning Service spotlights an exceptional agent in the Denver metro area.
This month, we talked with Lydia Golesh of the Golesh Team!
A rare Colorado native, Lydia grew up in Centennial which gives her a deeper understanding of not only the metro area but the entire state.
What drew you to the real estate business? What do you love most about it?
Coming from the coaching background, the first thing that I loved about real estate was that I was able to help people achieve their goals of selling, buying or investing.
Real estate is the only physical thing you can buy that guarantees a long-term appreciation.
More than 90% of ‘millionaires’ became so because of their real estate investments.
It is an honor and privilege to be able to help make others’ lives better all while getting them a beautiful place to spend their day-to-day.
What do you love most about Colorado?
#1. The majority of our family and friends live here!
#2. The weather is awesome
#3 The mountains and sunsets are gorgeous!!
How has the pandemic changed the Colorado housing market?
Inventory is low, nationwide, and demand is high!
It has created an even bigger seller’s market and made real estate that much more valuable.
After a year of being ‘trapped’ in your home, people are rethinking how and where they want to live.
What’s something you think all Colorado home buyers should know (but most don’t)?
Colorado is now known for its ‘triple threat’ – this means we are a phenomenal place to live and invest in real estate because our state draws in so many people because of the:
1. Great Weather
2. Great Jobs
3. Great Mountains!
If you could have lunch with anyone, living or dead, who would it be and why?
As a Christian, Jesus.
As a realtor, whoever invented the aqueduct.
We forget that our ancestors could only live where there was a readily available supply of water.
In real estate, it is always important and interesting to learn water sources in certain parts of town.
Even now, the Littleton community of Sterling Ranch required a solid source of water for those 1,200 homes to be built.
Water agreements and seniority is very fascinating and so critical.
In Fall of 2019, I visited the Aqueduct in Segovia, Spain. It was incredible to see how they formed a way to get water where they wanted and needed it to continue to build civilizations.
What’s one of your favorite quotes?
“Good, Better, Best. Never let it rest…Until your good is better and your better is best!”
Anything else you’d like to share?
Did you know that less than 50% of homeowners know their current home value?!
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