Leslie and Bob Scholfield

DRE No: FA100030086


(303) 905-7385

Welcome

  

ABOUT LESLIE AND BOB

As Professionals: Our expertise is to help people meet their Real Estate needs. To own a home is the "American Dream" and we enjoy all aspects of helping our client's dreams come true. Put our Experience, Knowledge, Service and Professionalism to work for YOU! We focus on providing you with the best service and results in the industry. We listen carefully to understand your real estate goals and work hard to create solutions that make sense for YOU. Whether you are new to the market or an experienced investor, we have the expertise with a proven track record and resources to help you achieve your real estate goals. We Make Real Estate Easy! We have extensive knowledge of the Denver Metro area which is invaluable in helping you buy that perfect home. When it is time to sell your home, our goal is to have the Sellers net more profit with us than would be possible with anyone else. Leslie has been a Realtor since 2009 and has earned her GRI and the "Rookie of the Year" award from Sellstate Ace Realty. Bob started working with Leslie in 2015 and became a Realtor in 2016. Bob's background has been serving as an independent consultant for Oil and Gas companies which included many aspects of title work and the transitions of leasing or buying and selling mineral rights. By working together on every transaction, Bob and Leslie give their clients 200%. They both are members of the National Board of Realtors (NBR) and the South Metro Board of Realtors (SMDRA).

 

Leslie: "I am a Native to Colorado and a mother of 3 daughters. I experienced a simple life growing up in Alamosa Colorado. My parents bought their first home at a Public Trustee Sale in 1968 and became proud owners of a small, adobe house and an acre of blowing sand. My 4 sisters and I participated in the fixing of our dilapidated, dirt floored adobe home...until it became a place of smiles, memories, and traditions. Years of planting, fixing, weeding, mowing, sewing, canning, sweeping, washing, and digging taught me determination, negotiation (out of chores), hard work and the combined strength of being part of a team. It taught me the meaning of "home".

 

Bob: "I moved to Littleton when I was 6. Denver was still considered to be a "horse town". My father was a consultant for Oil and Gas in the 1970's. I witnessed Denver’s growth with emerging skyscrapers and the creation of new subdivisions. I grew up in Old Littleton, next to Bemis Library. In the 80's I witnessed John Elway, big hair, amazing concerts at Big Mac(McNichols Arena) & the Coliseum and the development of new cities. I could not have guessed that the acres where I went horseback riding and target shooting would become Greenwood Village. The places my friends and I would go to "get out of town" are now a part of Highlands Ranch. My daughters are able to experience all the great things that I grew up with because, although Denver and its suburbs now comprise a large City, it still keeps that small-town feel. I enjoy being able share with them the mountains and the rustic parts of Colorado as well as the finer restaurants, shopping and blue-ribbon schools. Littleton/Centennial is the place we proudly call home.