Integrity. Dedication. Commitment. We adhere to the strongest code of ethics, personally as well as professionally, to ensure that you receive the best experience possible in your real estate transaction. Whether it’s your very first purchase or you’re a seasoned investor, we stand ready to deliver the attention and expertise you need to help you make the best decisions.

TKH Realty is an independent, locally-owned company that fully supports local initiatives to preserve and improve our community’s quality of life. As Denver’s “Philanthropic Real Estate Company™” we donate to Denver Non-Profits.

We both work full-time as Realtors® primarily servicing Denver’s “close in”, urban style neighborhoods. Our house was built in 1891 by William Lang, and we love the vibrant mix of new and old that makes Denver such an exciting place to live. And within that mix there is huge variety – so whether you’re looking to down-size, move up, or take the leap as a first-time homeowner, we can help you find the perfect place.

And yes, we’re a small “mom and pop” business – by choice! Granted, technology makes things a lot easier than back in the day, but for us that means we can do a better job for our clients (and we make full use of all the tools available). You’ll have our full attention whenever you need it – we’re never too busy for your questions (or your friends’ questions!)

Give us a call and let’s see how we can help you get to where you want to be!


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