compassionate. sincere. focused.
Having grown up in South Florida with her own family involved in the industry, Rachel knew from a young age that real estate would play a huge role in her life. That feeling has perfectly complemented Rachel’s inherent desire to help others succeed and grow, the combination of which manifested into her current role as a leader at milehimodern. Rachel’s success shows in the many ways she positively impacts those who seek her resourcefulness and guidance as an educator. Having navigated the intimate real estate processes for years, Rachel thrives on the ability to craft comprehensive solutions with experienced finesse.
Being accomplished in many aspects of real estate is just the beginning of Rachel Swing’s outstanding leadership qualities. From her role as a Senior Asset Manager for a prominent mortgage company to being the owner/broker of her own company, Rachel has touched nearly every facet of the real estate industry — though she still believes her biggest accomplishments are yet to come.
As milehimodern’s Managing Broker, Rachel brings over a decade of industry experience to her brokers, providing them a level of comprehensive oversight that only someone with her real estate knowledge can achieve. Whether a question is regarding traditional sales and purchases, new construction, REO or valuations, Rachel offers valuable resources for both the brokerage and the industry as a whole.
- Multifaceted Industry Experience
- Discovering Creative Solutions
- Supporting the Growth + Success of Others
Rachel’s personal time is spent reveling in Colorado’s incredible outdoor lifestyle. From hiking a 14er to enjoying a glass of wine, Rachel is an expert at finding balance — a necessary skill developed as a mom who survived raising teenagers. When not working out, checking in on family and friends or reading, Rachel supports causes that keep women and children safe.
- Enjoying Nature by Skiing, Biking, Hiking + Running
- Reading a Good Book
- Supporting Causes for the Welfare of Women + Children