You’re coming up on the first anniversary of mhm. State your most significant achievement or success so far.
Carmelo: The most significant achievement is we’ve grown to 50+ agents in the first year. We’ve intentionally connected with the right agents that mesh with our brand, culture and environment.
Carla: We are thrilled at the success of our first year! We know we are succeeding because our agents are thriving! Ultimately, we know that if our agents are doing outstanding work, our clients are happy.
Peter: We have taken the magic of the brand and made an impact in the Denver real estate market. Representation matters – mhm’s exceptional brokers, marketing and savvy are here to stay.
What’s been one big thing you did right since starting this endeavor?
Carla: Our intention was to create a company where the consummate professionals in our industry can deliver their mastery! We have built an organization where our realtors support each other and constantly strive for the highest performance. In addition, we have brought aboard an amazing operations team as well, who are committed to excellence.
Define mhm’s ethos? How do these principles come to life?
Peter: mhm’s ethos is about professional brokers, understanding how to elevate the art form of real estate, and truly bringing our properties to life. It also revolves around understanding how to assure the mhm client experience reaches a higher level. We believe that real estate should not just be transactional.
What is both a professional and personal goal you have for the new decade?
Carmelo: Professionally, I want to continue to build this company, so we are the leaders in the industry for many years to come. Personally, I’d like to take one international trip a year with my kids and help them see what the world is like.
Where do you spend the quiet moments in between meetings, appointments and showings?
What are you currently reading/listening/watching:
Carla: I am currently reading Awareness by Anthony de Mello. I am currently listening to The School of Greatness podcast.
If you didn’t need to sleep, what would you do with the extra time?
Peter: I would be in an art studio, and my alter ego would come to fruition. Oh, and crafting the perfect cocktail.