Tracy Popovic

LICENSE: FA100074709

(720) 439-1745


My family and I relocated to Colorado in 2015 after spending over 8 years abroad. My husband, three children, and I currently reside in the community of Castle Rock.  With a wide array of sales experience, I have the passion and drive to be the very best at what I do, making certain each transaction is performed with the utmost professionalism.

As a former UCLA graduate and teacher with an MA in Education, I was looking for a career change that included my passion for working with people.  In my spare time, I enjoy skiing, mountain biking and hot yoga!  Joining the HomeSmart Cherry Creek office in 2018 allows me to be a part of an industry-leading team in the Denver area.

Residential Single Family – My residential single family services connect buyers with sellers every day, and I do it with professionalism and a total dedication to my clients. This property type is the majority of my market transactions, but not the only type I am able to assist my clients with.

Condominiums – While condominiums are residential, they’re a very different market focus, and I am an expert in evaluating condos and helping buyers and sellers to cope with the special financing and homeowner concerns for this property type.

Multi–family – Investors are great clients for me. Multi–family properties are a very unique market. The detailed return on investment and valuation calculations investors need to evaluate properties for rental are complex. I can help.

Vacant Land – Land is a very special property class. It’s easy to show a gourmet cook a wonderful commercial kitchen in a home and see their eyes light up. It’s more of a challenge to help a buyer or seller to realize the potential in a piece of land. I can help you find what you are looking for in the Castle Pines, Castle Rock, Centennial, Denver, Highlands Ranch, Littleton, Lone Tree, Parker, and Sedalia real estate markets.

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