Over 60 years of hard-won success serving communities across Colorado.
1962Rod Slifer, ski instructor/Realtor, starts his one-man operation out of the lobby of the Lodge at Vail, selling properties for Vail Associates.
1968Rod Slifer opens his own brokerage, Slifer & Company, on Bridge Street. As Vail grows, so do Slifer & Company and Vail Associates Real Estate.
1983Jim Flaum, a real estate veteran and former Navy pilot, becomes vice president and managing broker of Vail Associates Real Estate.
1986Harry Frampton and Mark Smith form East West Partners, the major force of the development of Beaver Creek Resort.
1988Harry Frampton and Mark Smith open Frampton Smith Real Estate, concentrating on the newly-formed Beaver Creek market.
1994The two top dueling powers of Vail Valley real estate merge, forming Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate.
2004Opened offices in Summit County, the first located at 117 S. Main Street and Keystone Resort offices. Two more offices would be opened on Main St. in Frisco and 211 S. Main St in Breckenridge in 2013.
2019SSF grows again with the acquisition of Palladium Properties, a boutique and independent luxury property brokerage firm based in Aspen and the Roaring Fork Valley. Palladium Properties founder, Krista Klees, joins Slifer Smith & Frampton as Executive Vice President and Managing Broker overseeing operations throughout the Roaring Fork Valley.
2020Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate awarded development sales listing for the $600 million Snowmass Base Village, expanding its presence in the Roaring Fork Valley.
2020SSF is a proud founding member of Forbes Global Properties, a luxury real estate marketing platform showcasing the world’s finest homes and the stories behind them. Forbes Global Properties leverages the audience and worldwide reach of Forbes, one of the most trusted media companies for the last 100 years, to engage, inform, and delight buyers and sellers of luxury properties.
2021Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate restructures leadership and Matt Fitzgerald is promoted to Market President of the Vail Valley. He is one of four Market Presidents: one in the Roaring Fork Valley, one in Summit County, one in the Vail Valley and one in Denver. This management change brings SSF even closer to the customers and the communities it serves.
Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate acquires legendary Boulder Valley brokerage Colorado Landmark Realtors, expanding reach across the Front Range of Colorado. We also welcomed Orly Ripmaster from the Colorado Landmark team into her new position as Market President for the Front Range.
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