Rachel's journey in real estate was sparked by her deep-rooted passion for interiors. Holding a bachelor's degree in interior design with a specialization in sustainable design from the Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design, she further enriched her expertise through international studies in Copenhagen, focusing on design and architecture.
Transitioning from her professional career as a commercial interior designer, Rachel embraced home renovation as her "second full-time job," complementing her love for interior spaces. With a strong penchant for rejuvenating older homes into modern havens, she brings a unique touch to residential design.
Six years of Colorado real estate ventures paved the way for Rachel's seamless transition to a full-time real estate agent. Her invaluable firsthand experience in the buying and selling process equips her clients with a distinct edge in Denver's competitive market.
Rachel's dual role as an interior designer adds a remarkable advantage to her clients. Her ability to guide buyers through envisioning a home's potential, from space planning to major renovations, stems from her profound knowledge of interior architecture, finishes, furniture, and construction. When it comes to selling, her prowess in staging and preparation ensures that prospective buyers instantly fall for a property's charm.
Rachel's dedication to her clients is unwavering. She excels at fostering connections, both with her clients and industry peers, facilitating a seamless buying or selling process. Acknowledging the life-altering impact of these decisions, Rachel endeavors to minimize stress and champion her clients' best interests, enabling them to embark on their next exciting chapter.
Beyond her professional endeavors, Rachel finds solace in hiking, discovering new coffee shops, nurturing her garden, exploring new destinations, and indulging in pottery. She shares her life in Golden, Colorado with her husband Chris, their two affectionate dogs, Barley & Moose, and their playful cat, Puck. Their current project involves renovating and expanding their 1956 brick ranch residence.