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Matt Powers, Broker / Partner

My story isn’t unique: I came to Breckenridge in 1999 and knew this was where I wanted to stay. In my previous career, I learned about business and finance—a good grounding for the nuts and bolts of working as a professional Realtor. There are many details to be managed in a real estate transaction and my job is to simplify that process. I like that aspect of the business, but what I really enjoy is the opportunity to forge relationships with people. I knew from the beginning that to have a fulfilling life engaged in work I would enjoy, I had to find a way to connect with people. Those three key elements—business, home, people—came together in my career as a Realtor.

Home isn’t just a word to me; it’s an idea; a place where memories are made—so for the past 17 years, I have immersed myself in the life of our mountain community; made many great friends to bike, ski and hang out with, met my wife, Alison and had two kids—Eli, now 12, and Macy, 8. Breckenridge is our home, and we love our life here.

I have been gratified to see my business grow as a result of referrals from past clients and from friends I’ve made in Breckenridge. I strive to be a professional my clients can rely on, and I really enjoy the process of helping them with one of life’s key decisions—buying or selling a home. I am fortunate that in working with many different clients with a variety of needs, I have gained considerable experience with the wide range of properties available in Summit County, from investment condominiums to mountain dream homes.

Putting together a real estate transaction isn’t about the deal—it’s about having an open and honest relationship with people who come to me for help in making one of the most impactful decisions of their lives. I can guide you through the intricacies of contracts, loans, inspections and all the myriad details required to get the ‘deal’ done. But, for me, working with you is about forming a rewarding and hopefully long-term relationship. Because for most clients it’s not as much about the building as it is about their lives, families, community and future.

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