Erin Brumleve is the Principal, Owner, and multimillion-dollar producer at Innov8 Properties in Denver, Colorado. As a former therapist, Erin understands real estate transactions are often transformational in the lives of her clients. Therefore her first goal as a fiduciary is to listen.
A Denver resident of fourteen years, Erin has developed expertise in the local market trends, properties, architecture, and unique neighborhood features that make up this great city. She provides a concierge level of service when helping new residents explore or old residents seek something fresh. Erin is a resolute negotiator who enjoys crafting informed solutions. Erin’s promise and that of her team is to "Deliver excellence one home at a time". Innov8 leverages cutting-edge technology to provide their clients with a fine-tuned real estate experience in effect helping them net the most money with the least amount of hassle.
Erin’s industry success includes awards for “Top Individual Producing Agent” and “Top Producing Team” at her Downtown office of 300+ Agents as well as regional recognition as a top performer in her company statewide. Lauded by the Denver Metro Association of Realtors and a Five Star Agent, Erin is a member of Keller Williams Luxury International and of the Institute for Home Luxury Marketing.
Erin strongly believes in giving back to the community where she lives and works. She holds a leadership position as Supervisory Broker in her Keller Williams Realty Downtown office. Especially in areas pertaining to art and healing. She has been involved with the American Diabetes Association, the Colorado Art Therapy Association, the Downtown Denver Partnership, and the GLBT Center of Colorado. She is an active member of her neighborhood Social Committee and loves sponsoring events that bring people together.
Outside the office, Erin enjoys running, cycling, skiing, art, and spending time with friends and family.
“We are we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.”
– Will Durant, The Story of Philosophy (1926)