Bob BellMile Hi Property Colorado Inaugural Innovator
Being an Innovator in Real Estate means that Bob Bell is someone who is constantly going above and beyond for his community. Bob is committed to growing his career and his dedication to his clients proves that he's in the real estate business for more than just making a sale.
Learn more about Bob's innovation in real estate below.
Going Above and Beyond the Job
Bob Bell is a real estate broker and businessman based in Denver, Colorado. As founder of his own business, Mile Hi Property, Bell goes the extra mile in ensuring that his clients understand the home buying and selling process and are not stressed or overwhelmed. His firm’s main goal is to transform a life-changing process into a “productive, informative, and fun” experience. Bell is a Denver native and brings expert local knowledge to the Colorado real estate market, making him one of Denver’s top producing brokers since 1999.
In 2012, Bell co-founded the nonprofit organization Food For Thought, which strives to eliminate weekend hunger for children in the Denver area by providing food PowerSacks. Through his professionalism as a broker and his persistent community service, Bell demonstrates a dedication to his local community and beyond.
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