While attending Broward Community College in 1972, Shirley Motz became interested in real estate and the opportunities it presented, and she decided to take their real estate courses and become licensed. She was also starting a family, and Shirley finished the course of study but did not pursue a real estate career at the time. But the real estate bug didn’t go away.
After moving to Colorado in 1990, she immediately enrolled in real estate school again. This time Shirley finished the course, got licensed, and went to work for Century 21. She owned horses and spent quite a few years specializing in equestrian properties and ranches. After working about 17 years up and down Colorado’s Front Range for several companies, she moved to the mountains and went to work for Prudential in beautiful Woodland Park and then Sothebys in a very competitive Breckenridge market.
Shirley heard about Crestone and its spiritual retreat centers, and she fell in love during her first visit to this beautiful area. She had found her destination, and nine years later, she built a home here. It was love at first sight for Shirley with Crestone, and she still finds it easy and exciting to sell real estate to newcomers with all the beauty and amenities the area has to offer.
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