Real Estate and Business briefs: Business program to discuss lending
March 16, 2013
Yampa Valley SCORE, counselors to small businesses, will host a Success Steps workshop titled "Tools to Preserve your Cash" from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. March 28 in the meeting room at Rex's American Grill & Bar, 3190 S. Lincoln Ave.
Representatives of Alpine Bank and the Colorado Lending Source will discuss aspects of utilizing bank debt for growth, working capital and asset financing.
The $10 fee includes lunch. Register by calling 970-870-4491.
Dietrich, Westphale named owners at Colorado Group
Kevin Dietrich and Nancy Westphale are the newest broker/owners at Colorado Group Realty, according to a news release.
Dietrich studied elementary education at St. Bonaventure University and moved here permanently in 2002.
After four years as a senior manager with Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp., he chose to pursue real estate as his full-time career.
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He recently received the 2012 Colorado Group Realty Rising Star award.
"Becoming an owner at Colorado Group Realty was a goal of mine. I am thrilled that it has happened sooner than expected," Dietrich said in the release.
Nancy Westphale moved to Steamboat Springs 16 years ago. She worked as a ski instructor and was instrumental in starting STARS, Steamboat Adaptive Recreational Sports, a nonprofit organization that raises funds for scholarships and equipment for adaptive skiers. Westphale also was on the founding board of the Steamboat Art Museum.
"I had property management and commercial real estate in my background, and it was a natural transition for me to represent buyers and sellers in the Yampa Valley," she said in the release.
Ranieri joins Steamboat's Re/Max Partners as broker
Wayne Ranieri has joined Re/Max Partners in Steamboat as a full-time associate broker.
He has been in Steamboat since 1985, after graduating from the University of New Hampshire with a Bachelor of Arts in psychology.
"We are thrilled to have Wayne join us. Wayne's knowledge and experience of the valley are tremendous assets to our growing company," Re/Max broker/owner Kim Kreissig said in the release.