About Monica Perez
Monica Perez began her real estate career to guide and empower families to make their dreams of homeownership a reality. Her goal is to impart valuable data and knowledge to her clients, enabling them to make solid, informed decisions. Not only do clients rave about her services, they also appreciate the compassion and empathy with which she treats each client. In five short years she became the top producer of 400 agents at Your Castle Real Estate. Bilingual, fluent in Spanish, Monica thrives on uplifting the Latino community in Denver. With the highest level of professionalism, negotiation and communication skills, she consistently puts her client's needs first and fights for them with dignity and perseverance.
2015 Top 0.5% of Denver Metro Real Estate Brokers
2014 Top 25 Most Influential Young Professional Award by Colorado Biz Magazine
2013 Successfully served over 200 clients in career
2012 In top 20 Denver Metro Realtors for number of Short Sales successfully completed
2011 Top Producer for Your Castle Real Estate, Gross production and Number of homes sold
2011 Top 10 Realtor in Denver Metro, number of homes sold
2011 Nominated as the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Young Professional of the Year
2010 Top Producer for Your Castle Real Estate, Number of homes sold
Certified Negotiation Expert (CNE)
Certified Distressed Property Expert (CDPE)
Short Sale and Foreclosure Resource (SFR)
Impacting the World
In addition to her real estate business, Monica serves as the co-founder and leader of Young Ambassadors for Opportunity's (YAO) Denver Chapter. Functioning as a coalition of young professionals, YAO exists to educate, raises awareness, and raise funds in the local community to support micro-finance through Opportunity International. As one of the world's largest and most effective international nonprofit micro-finance organizations, Opportunity International currently operates in over 20 developing countries. Monica loves leading the YAO Denver Chapter because it brings together young professionals who desire to make a real and lasting impact on alleviating global poverty. Through YAO, young professionals can learn about international development and work towards eradicating global poverty - right here in Denver. www.opportunity.org
Monica's passion to empower the Hispanic Community extends to her community involvement on the Public Policy of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and her position as the chair of TELL, The Emerging Latino Leaders of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. Through engaging the next generation of influential Latino Leaders Monica believes that the Latino voice will become a prominent voice in the community.
When Monica isn't working, she enjoys spending time with friends and family, cruising around Denver on her Schwinn bike and dancing flamenco.