The Madison & Company Difference
Large, national real estate firms are prone to fill hiring quotas with anyone who has a real estate license. After all, they make as much money from 10 agents who sell one home a year as they do from one agent who sells 10 homes a year–in fact, they probably make more because the agent that sells 10 homes a year will demand a higher ‘split’ with the company.
Boutique firms, on the other hand, tend to hire the highest quality brokers because they must focus on personalized attention and superior service in order to stand out from the larger, well-financed firms that boast larger marketing budgets. Boutiques create a unique culture and sense of belonging to a community that national chains just can’t match.
That’s where Madison & Company Properties comes in. With 7 offices in Denver, Brighton, Estes Park and Evergreen, Madison & Co. subscribes to strict standards in hiring, training and retaining brokers. If a broker proves to be mediocre, they don’t get to stay with Madison and usually go to a larger firm where they can be part of the herd. This adherence to excellence is born out locally by the fact that the Madison-Evergreen brokers sell more than three times as many homes per broker than any other brokerage in the foothills.
The fact that Madison & Co. is a boutique is its number one strength. Foothills residents count on Madison not just to sell homes, but to support the community as well. Every year, Madison-Evergreen contributes a substantial portion of their income to local nonprofits, with a focus on kids. People rely on Madison brokers for advice, recommendations and donations–and the best in real estate expertise when it comes time to buy or sell.