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Durango broker earns seller’s designation

Edmund Andersson, broker/co-owner of RE/MAX Pinnacle in Durango, has earned the Seller Representative Specialist designation from the SRS Council.

The program, approved by the Colorado Real Estate Commission, equips agents who represent sellers with skills and techniques needed to market and sell real estate. The curriculum includes: Seller counseling, market and trend analysis, pricing strategies, staging, developing property marketing and sales plans, social media, auction alternatives, handling and negotiating offers and counter-proposals, and marketing and sales techniques for promoting to specific demographic groups.

For more information, call 946-5680 or email Remax Pinnacle is located at 111 W. College Drive.

Area Healing Center to host meet and greet

Durango Healing Center will host a “Meet and Greet” from 3 to 7 p.m. Friday at its new location, 555 South Camino del Rio, Building C, Suite 1A in Bodo Industrial Park.

Participants will be introduced to the benefits of medicinal marijuana-based products and meet the staff members of the center. There will be food, music and more.

For more information, call David Niccim at 247-2190 or visit

Keller Williams Realty announces new agent

Keller Williams Realty Southwest Associates welcomes broker-associate and Realtor Chris Howe to its team.

Howe fills her time with outdoor activities and loves the small-town feel and historic architecture of Durango.

Her work experience has been mostly with architects, designers and builders. Howe focuses on people relocating to the Durango area, especially families, retirees and elders.

For more information, visit Keller Williams Realty at 700 Main Ave. or call 375-3234.

Mountain West named company to watch

Mountain West Insurance & Financial Services has been recognized as one of the Colorado Companies to Watch.

Colorado Companies to Watch honors second-stage companies that develop products and services, create jobs, enrich communities and create new industries throughout Colorado.

Herald Staff