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Matt Bachus

Matt Bachus

Co-Owner & Broker Associate


I'm from the Midwest where a strong work ethic was important and, just like in Colorado, the people are down to earth and friendly. The scenery, weather and recreation are a whole lot better here though! Dedication to every detail is what you can expect from me. What I most enjoy about real estate is meeting and helping people- counseling and guiding those that I work with so the process is stress-free. I also believe everyone is a VIP- I'll "roll out the red carpet" for each and every client whether they are buying or selling a multi-million dollar estate or their very first home. A positive attitude and the commitment to work until the job is done help me to have more fun and exceed the expectations of my clients. And while I'm always plugged into the latest technology, nothing beats a personal meeting and solid handshake.

Tupper's Comments: Matt is a very smart, creative, funny guy. He's something of a local legend because he appears in TV commercials and with local improv comedy appearances, but he shines while explaining the nuances of the real estate market to clients. When I first met Matt, I knew we wanted him on our team because I didn't want to let his enormous talent go to the competition. I don't know of anyone who can manage the myriad details of a transaction better than Matt-his work is always accurate and complete, and his past clients sing his praises.

College: Principia College

Family: Married to the love of my life and Evergreen native, Jennai, and proud father of two girls.

Hobbies: Playing music, staying in shape, acting in regional/national television commercials and community theater.

Can Often Be Seen: On TV in commercials or locally on stage doing improvisational comedy.

Interesting Fact: He was a stand-in for quarterback Eli Manning in a Reebok commercial, but he's an ardent fan of Eli's brother, Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos.

Hometown: Bettendorf, IA

Moved to Evergreen in 1992

Real Estate since 1997