We had the good fortune of connecting with Natalie Davis and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi Natalie, what was your thought process behind starting your own business?
The biggest driving force behind my decision to start my own business, was having the opportunity to have a significant impact in the lives of others as they are working to build their businesses. I absolutely enjoy being able to guide, coach, and create strategies for other agents to implement into their business so that they too can see success. I believe if you find a system that works it’s our responsibility to share that with others so they too can have similar experiences.
Can you give our readers an introduction to your business? Maybe you can share a bit about what you do and what sets you apart from others?
I believe that I’ve been extremely fortunate in my career in real estate as I’ve had the opportunity to constantly be surrounded by amazing mentors and examples within the industry. when I began my career in real estate, I was quickly exposed to the realtor organization and realized that the level of professionalism that is exuded from the members of the organization were the key features that I wanted to embrace in my business. In building my business, I was taught very early to actually run my business like a business. Having that lesson so early in my career has helped guide me to where I am today. If you were to ask me if it’s easy to running a real estate business, the answer would be yes and no. It’s easy in the respect to that there are a ton of resources and tools that are disposal that we can utilize to run a successful business, coupling that with the ability to help people in acknowledging and achieving the dream of owning real estate and building generational wealth. But on the other hand, it’s not easy in the initial stages of forming the business. It’s important to have appropriate systems in place to ensure delivering a consistent level of service to your clients on a regular basis. The biggest lesson that I’ve learned to date, is to be true and authentic to who I am and what I want to deliver to those that I serve and help in the home buying, selling, and investing process.
If you had a friend visiting you, what are some of the local spots you’d want to take them around to?
A must stop spot for brunch would be Four Friends Kitchen. The southern inspired dishes never disappoint. Cocktails at the Welton Room are also a must! My favorite drink is the cotton candy martini. A few daily excursion would include a trip to Colorado Springs to visit the Garden of the Gods and the Cliff Dwellings. If up for it, and if open, a quick hike up the Manitou Incline. The Bishops Castle in Rye is off the beaten path and offers a great experience for those brave enough to climb the castle. Tour of Dumplings!!!! Must stop spots are Zoe Ma Ma at union station and Fortune Wok to Table. The ViewHouse in DTC offers the best sunset spot on the southside of town. Finally a day trip to Estes Park to hike Bear Lake, see beautiful Rocky Mountain wildlife and a stop in to the historic Stanley Hotel. Eleven Mile State Park
Shoutout is all about shouting out others who you feel deserve additional recognition and exposure. Who would you like to shoutout?
I would give 100% recognition to my parents, who’ve both passed. I think they’ve instilled in me the confidence and courage to go after my dreams and create the life that I desire. If it weren’t for their guidance, structure, and love I don’t think I’d be where I am today.