Courtney bought her first home at the age of 19 and fell in love with the idea of helping others attain the dream of home ownership. She attended Arapahoe Community College for Real Estate and got her license at 22 and started Keller Williams on the MEGA Team. In 2005 she was given the Lead from the Heart and Humanitarian award, in 2006 Team Player of the Year and Top Sales. In 2007 Courtney was #1 in Listings, #1 in Sales, #1 in GCI and The Volunteer Award.
In January 2012 Courtney Howey opened Rocky Mountain Real Estate Advisors as a boutique firm priding itself in personalized customer service by the end of the year there were 12 highly experienced knowledgeable agents. The firm has continued to grow in 2014 they moved to their current location and currently house 25-30 agents with varying areas of expertise.
Her passion remains in not only educating her agents in the industry but propelling them to move forward in this ever changing legal and dynamic
The Rocky Mountain Real Estate Advisors office in Parker posted $37,706,206 in total sales volume for 2014, firmly establishing it as one of the top-producing real estate offices in metro Denver, Courtney was awarded the Diamond Circle award contributing $7,595,565 to the office total.
– Present (2 years 6 months) Castle Rock Colorado
The Community Services section of the Community Planning and Sustainable Development Department is the lead agency for the Douglas County Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) activities. The program provides funding in support of community needs throughout Douglas County. The grant amount received by the County is based on population size and the number of low- to moderate-income persons residing in the County.
The CDBG program is funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), and was created to improve the physical, economic and social conditions for low- and moderate-income residents or assist in low-income areas. Non-profits, governmental or quasi-governmental agencies are eligible to apply for grants that can be used for:
•Affordable housing development
•Public facilities improvements
Any project or program funded with these federal dollars must meet specific eligibility criteria set by HUD, address local priorities and goals, and meet a national objective of the program. The national objectives of the CDBG program are to:
•Benefit low- to moderate-income persons;
•Prevent or eliminate slum and blight conditions; or
•Address an urgent community need.
Activities funded with this grant must meet one of the local objectives identified in the County’s 2009-2013 Consolidated Plan, which is the long-range planning document that identifies local priority needs and goals.
Courtney donates her time and money in an effort to positively influence her local communities. She’s an active member of Rotary International and the Junior League of Denver. She also supports Ronald McDonald House, the Make a Wish Foundation, Denver Children’s Hospital, the Parker Arts Council and Downtown Development Council.
Courtney is a Colorado Native and, of course, a Denver Broncos fan. She married her husband, Phil, in 2005. They have two handsome sons and an English Labrador named Koda.
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Cell: (303) 596-6756