Christie Reed

EXIT Realty, A Smart Move


About Christie Reed

I was born in Denver, Colorado. I moved around the country for several years and settled back into Colorado in 2005. I’ve spent most of that time raising children and selling homes for local builders. I enjoyed assisting buyers through the build process, getting to know their families, and watching their children grow and thrive in the communities that I worked in. I always felt that my role was 90% consulting and 10% sales. Buying a home is one of the biggest decisions a person will make in their life. It is a privilege to help walk people through that process. I wanted to continue helping people, but outside of the corporate structure of a builder, so I’ve stepped into Exit Realty Cherry Creek. I feel this allows me to more fully help clients and represent their needs.

I was one of the top 3 sales people for years in this business, and have won several awards along the way. My favorite were always the ones for best customer service. This always came as a result of buyers surveys. My goal was never, “How can I get this person to sign a contract”, it was always,”How can I help this person”. I believe that people have a good sense for motives, mine were always first to help. Everything good came out of that process for me and for my buyers.

I’m proud to work with Exit Realty Cherry Creek. They have a wonderful reputation within the community, and a hands on, relational approach to everyone they touch. Exit also offers the best technology for agents and buyers that I have seen in any real estate company.

In addition to my real estate business, I run a non-profit with my husband. We focus mainly on people and families in need in the Denver area, but also support initiatives abroad to feed and educate children and rescue and educate women and children from human slavery and trafficking. Locally, we support rape crisis centers, help individuals struggling with trauma or addictions, provide basic needs like car repair and food, help families get into housing, and have provided financial assistance for college students. There are other causes that we have volunteered for and donated to along the way. For several years, it was just my husband and I. We received our 501C3 last year and are pursuing all of the same, and bigger dreams of providing temporary housing and a collaborative art center, (theatre, song writing, writers, painters, etc.) for people that are working through trauma and local artists.

In my free time. You will find me running, hiking with my family, climbing a 14er with my husband, or reading.