A Denver Realtor You’d Like to Know…
Larry Hotz has a passion for helping people move to Denver. He’s been doing that since 1978 and helped hundreds of families “land safely” in just the right neighborhood and just the right home.
In addition to selling homes continuously since 1978, Larry has also managed a real estate office in Cherry Creek, taught continuing education to Realtors for the Colorado Real Estate Commission and personally created this web site.
Larry has lived in Washington Park, University Park, Cherry Creek, Cherry Hills and Lone Tree since he first moved to Denver to attend the University of Denver. He raised his children in Cherry Hills where they attended Cherry Hills Village Elementary and he served as President of the local Home Owners Association. He knows the city and the suburbs top to bottom. And, he loves helping his clients.
“Larry is the best listener”, one client commented. “He heard us when we said what we wanted in a neighborhood and a home. He listened and the preformed. He showed great neighborhoods and eventually great homes in neighborhoods we liked best. He really saw life through our eyes and we couldn’t be happier with the results.”
Denver Real Estate Experience
Larry’s real estate resume dates to 1978. He became a full Broker in 1982 when he was appointed to Manage a large real estate office in Cherry Creek. There he also sold real estate and oversaw the activities of 45 sales agents. During that time he served as a Director for the Denver Board of Realtors also. But, his primary focus stayed on his clients as sold hundreds of homes while managing the office there.
In 1990, he resigned management duties in favor of working exclusively with relocation buyers and sellers. “I enjoyed learning the management aspects of the real estate industry, but I just couldn’t spend enough time with my personal clients and my family”, Larry explains. “I would rather help people one-on-one. And, I can do that best in my daily real estate practice.”
Larry has also taught other Realtors “continuing education” for the Colorado real estate commission and the Colorado Association of Realtors. He taught full day courses around the State of Colorado to his fellow Realtors several days each year between 1989 and 1996.
“Let’s face it, Realtors needed continuing education to keep up on changing, laws, regulations and ethics”, Larry says. “I viewed teaching as giving support to my profession and my colleagues. That was my way of giving something back to this great profession ”
Whether families are moving into Denver or leaving, national relocation requires a Realtor with special skills. A Denver relocation Realtor is not a neighborhood specialist. He has to know all the neighborhoods in Denver and suburbs. Not just one. He has to know the value of the local schools all over Denver. He has to know how to help with company relocation packages so the client receives whatever company benefits are available.
Here is one couple who recently relocated from California. Just like you, they found Larry Hotz on the internet: