Kelsey Withrow

Kelsey Withrow - Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate
Frisco

Cell970.231.2719

Direct970.547.5923

Office970-668-1550

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Summit County is one of the most sought-after places in the country.  It is a place to enjoy world-class skiing, biking, sailing and breathtaking views.   It is these grand amenities that drive thousands of people to visit Summit all throughout the year, and it is this active and enduring lifestyle that makes it such an incredible place to call home.

Kelsey feels very fortunate to have been born and raised in Frisco, and that local knowledge and connectivity to the community makes her an exceptional realtor.  When working with Kelsey you are not only benefitting from her extensive market knowledge but you are getting a true local perspective. 

Kelsey spent her beginning real estate years as an exclusive Buyer’s Broker, which means she fully understands the needs of the buyers.  She prides herself in overturning every stone during due diligence to make sure that the buyers interests are always protected and that there are zero surprises after the purchase of their mountain home.   On the flip side, it is this understanding of what buyers are shopping for that helps Kelsey fine polish listings and get your property sold!  Kelsey is also certified as a Resort and Second-Home Property Specialist (RSPS) and understands the challenges and rewards of owning real estate in our unique market.  Her diverse skills and knowledge will ensure a seamless buying/selling experience; of that you can be confident.

When Kelsey is not doing real estate, she enjoys spending time with her husband, John-David, and their handsome dog, Brno, reveling in all the activities that the mountains provide.  Kelsey and John-David met while studying abroad in Prague, Czech Republic and love to explore the world and take in new cultures and get out of their comfort zones.   Though Kelsey feels very lucky to be able to see the world and many exceptional places, this is no where she’d rather call home than Summit County.