Colorado Springs, CO — Bobbi Price is being recognized by Continental Who’s Who as a Trusted Realtor for her professional excellence in the Residential Real Estate field, acknowledging her work with The Platinum Group Realtors.
With 45 years of experience to her credit, Ms. Price currently excels as a realtor operating within the Platinum Group Realtors. Previously working as a theatrical agent and an herbs and vitamins salesperson, she decided to parlay her stellar work into the real estate field, through which she has averaged around $25 million in annual sales.
Affiliated with the Pikes Peak Association of Realtors, Pueblo Association & Denver Association, Ms. Price has been actively selling Real Estate in El Paso, teller, Pueblo, Douglas & Elbert counties since 1977.
As a testament to her stellar professional efforts, Ms. Price has been honored many occasions, including as First in Closed Transactions and Volume for a Single Agent annually since 1996, she was also honored as the Realtor Salesperson of the Year in 1993 for the Pikes Peak Association of Realtors, the latter of which she fondly recalls among the highlights of her career. Recognized as the 1978 Ken Reynold’s Realtors Rookie of the Year, she was presented with the Diamond Award from Prudential Real Estate Affiliates between 1992 and 2009, the Chairman’s Platinum Award annually since 1995, and the Legend Award for 15 consecutive years, among other notable accolades. Furthermore, she was celebrated among the Top 20 Most Influential People by the Colorado Springs Business Journal. She is also a Charter Member of the Elite 25 of Colorado Springs and also of Peak Producers.
In light of this recognition, Ms. Price gives special thanks to the partners at the Platinum Group Realtors, Dean Weissman, Mike McGuire, Ed Beher, Steve McFarland, her granddaughter, Jade Baker, who is also her business partner, her daughter Lore, who has been her personal assistant for over 30 years, as well as her mentor Pere McGregor.
Ms. Price has no plans for retirement at this point, but sometime in the far future will be turning over her career to her granddaughter, not missing a beat!