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Doug Pike


Doug Pike

Founder | Broker

For Doug Pike, helping clients buy or sell real estate is far too important to be left up to a volume-driven business model. Doug believes excellence in the industry is gained by knowledge, attention to detail, trust, and compassion — never solely the number of transactions closed in a year. Helping clients through the most important financial decision of their lives provides him with a sense of fulfillment and reward he wouldn’t find in any other career.

Whether representing first-time buyers or luxury market sellers, or offering comprehensive investment consulting, Doug customizes his approach for every client experience. He strives to ensure each client feels as though they are his primary focus. Doug’s reputation has earned him the 5280 magazine Five-Star Agent award, the HomeSnap Top Agent Award, and the Top Rated Media Best of the Best award. For all these reasons and more, Doug is pleased to say that 98% of his business comes from referrals.

Originally from Evergreen, Colorado, Doug grew up in a family with a real estate focus. With a mother involved in residential and developmental real estate transactions and a father working on local land conservation, Doug enjoyed some lively conversations at the dinner table! After earning a Bachelor of Science in business administration from Colorado State University, he purchased his first home at 22 years old — and found the guidance and support provided throughout the process to be lacking. He decided he wanted to help buyers and sellers avoid similar experiences.

Doug earned his real estate license in 2005, working first as a broker associate with a major big-box brokerage. In 2009, he joined a smaller boutique firm to work as the managing broker, helping other agents navigate and build their businesses. Then, in 2013, Doug launched Colorado Is Home. The award-winning firm quickly built market share and is proud to rank as the top-producing independent agency in Evergreen.

Doug lives in Evergreen’s Hiwan Hills neighborhood with his wife and two children. When the Colorado outdoors beckons him — as it often does — he answers the call with mountain biking, hiking, camping, fly-fishing, and skiing. You’ll also find Doug outdoors volunteering with Evergreen Parks and Recreation to build biking and hiking trails, or with his neighborhood homeowners association, where he serves as president. He has also supported CASA, which promotes court-appointed special advocates for children in the Denver area.

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