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Ken Crifasi and Allison Benham are your go-to Boulder County real estate team. Partners in life and in business, they have been helping buyers, sellers, and investors on the Front Range since 2012. Ken and Allison’s roots are in the hospitality industry, and they view real estate as a service role rather than a sales position. With almost 100% of their business coming from referrals, creating client experiences worth raving about is their top priority.
Over the past three years, we have purchased three homes with Allison Benham and Ken Crifasi. We wouldn't even think of using another Realtor! Each time, we can't get over how they go above and beyond to make sure all transacti...
As a financial planner, I've personally met and interacted with dozens of realtors in the Denver-Boulder area in the last few years. Ken Crifasi has become my go-to source for all things real estate. In this difficult market, I...
Allison was incredible to work with. She repeatedly went above and beyond, spelling out every detail of the contracts, timelines, and more with me. We worked with difficult sellers and Allison did a lot to make the process smoo...
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There is no shortage of real estate advice online. While a lot of it "has good bones" as they say, there is also quite a bit that could lead folks astray or simply doesn't apply in our area.
Wondering when is the best time to sell? Beginning the hunt for a unicorn of a home? Eager to know which areas have the best access to trails? There are no silly questions or requests—just ask!