30 Under 30 REALTOR Magazine Award Winner – Kyle Malnati

30 Under 30 REALTOR Magazine Award Winner – Kyle Malnati

The Denver Apartment Buildings For Sale website is proud to announce that Kyle Malnati is honored as one of REALTOR Magazine’s 30 Under 30 Award winners.

Here is the profile about Kyle Malnati on REALTOR Magazine’s website:

Kyle Malnati – Rocky Mountain Highs and Lows

“Most of my clients are other real estate brokers,” says Kyle Malnati, 29, who learned the business from his wife’s cousin, a commercial practitioner, and now specializes in selling Denver apartments. “They are fully capable of selling their investment properties themselves, but they hire me because of my expertise, attention to detail, and candid communication,” he says. “It is a wonderful compliment.” In 2011, Malnati was paid the ultimate compliment; a former client asked him to start the commercial division of his residential firm. But the year was marked with tragedy, too; his younger brother died suddenly from a congenital heart defect. “It was a surreal period of time in my life,” Malnati says. “I harnessed that pain and emotion. My career didn’t stop.”

Tip: “Simply focus on life balance: Be a good spouse, a good parent, a good businessperson, and an active participant in your community.”

Salesperson | Madison & Co. Properties | Denver, CO | www.denverapartmentbuildingsforsale.com

Age: 29 | 2011 Individual Sales Volume: $9 million | 2011 Individual Sides: 14

Here is more information about the award from REALTOR Magazine:

REALTOR® Magazine Names Kyle Malnati to “30 Under 30” List

May 16, 2012 — Kyle Malnati of Madison & Company Properties in Denver, Colorado has been named to the “30 Under 30” Class of 2012 by the editors of REALTOR® Magazine. Each year, the magazine recognizes 30 young practitioners who are making a mark in the real estate industry through success in real estate sales, business management, leadership, or community service. This year’s honorees are featured in the May/June 2012 issue of the magazine.

 

“I am always astonished to see the “30 Under 30” professionals every year and all that they have achieved in such a short amount of time,” said National Association of Realtors® President Moe Veissi in May 16 statement. “What amazes me the most about this year’s class is how they recognize there is no one formula for winning in real estate. They have discovered success their own way and display the dedication and hardworking spirit all Realtors® possess. As Realtors® we are constantly evolving with the market and it’s important to recognize these young people and learn from them, as they are the future of the real estate profession,” said Veissi, broker-owner of Veissi & Associates Inc., in Miami.

 

REALTOR® Magazine is the official magazine of the National Association of Realtors® and has been honoring young practitioners since the year 2000. For more information and to read profiles of all of this year’s honorees, visit REALTOR® Magazine online at http://realtormag.realtor.org/30-under-30.

 

The National Association of Realtors®, “The Voice for Real Estate,” is America’s largest trade association, representing
1 million members involved in all aspects of the residential and commercial real estate industries.

 

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Information about NAR is available at http://realtor.org. The magazine’s Web site is http://realtormag.realtor.org.

 

REALTOR® is a registered collective membership mark which may be used only by real estate professionals who are members of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORSand subscribe to its strict Code of Ethics.  Not all real estate agents are REALTORS.  All REALTORS are members of NAR.

 

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Dr. Gordon E. Von Stroh (1943-2012)

Dr. Gordon E. Von Stroh (1943-2012)

Shortly after my newsletter was printed last quarter, the Denver Apartment community experienced a great loss in the passing of Dr. Gordon E. Von Stroh (1943-2012). Dr. Von Stroh’s Rent and Vacancy Report has assisted and benefited apartment owners of all sizes for over 30 years. His research in the local apartment market started as a partnership with DU and the AAMD at a time well before the internet made similar information available. It was a pleasure to witness his passionate and witty presentation of statistical data. I had the pleasure to meet Dr. Von Stroh a few times early in my career, and I am forever grateful for his advice and contributions.

Respectfully,
Kyle Malnati
Denver Apartment Buildings For Sale website

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Malnati Recaps a Fantastic 12-months at Madison & Company Properties

Malnati Recaps a Fantastic 12-months at Madison & Company Properties

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – 5/9/2012

Kyle Malnati – Principal/Owner of Madison Commercial Properties, LTD – is proud to announce that he just completed his 1st year at Madison & Company properties, with over $10,000,000 in transactions. Kyle was just selected to be in the top 50 finalists for Realtor magazine’s national 30 under 30 award. He was the only broker from Colorado selected. The 30 under 30 Winners will be announced later this month.

HTTP://REALTORMAG.REALTOR.ORG/30-UNDER-30/FINALIST/2012/03/KYLE-MALNATI

His most notable 1st Quarter transactions are provided below:

– 1225 COLORADO BLVD. – $2,125,000
– 407-455, 422-444 29TH ST. – $1,500,000
– 541 NORFOLK ST. – $1,490,000
– 231 LOGAN ST. – $875,000

If you would like a quote for your article or if you need more information, please contact Kyle Malnati at 303-358-4250 or kmalnati@madisonprops.com.

http://www.DenverApartmentBuildingsForSale.com
http://www.madisonprops.com/madisoncommercial.html
http://www.madisonprops.com

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Kyle Malnati – Project Voyce (Denver Charity) Donation for Billy Malnati 5.4.2012

Kyle Malnati – Project Voyce (Denver Charity) Donation for Billy Malnati 5.4.2012

The Denver Apartment Buildings For Sale website displays a photo of Kyle Malnati presenting a donation check today, in memory of his brother Billy Malnati, to Brian Barhaugh and Project VOYCE which is a charity in Denver located at 2900 Downing Street, Denver, CO 80205.

Project VOYCE was founded August 1, 2006, following the controversial closure of Denver’s Manual High School (1700 East 28th Avenue, Denver, CO 80205). Project’s VOYCE’s goal is to create change and add value at individual, project and systems levels.

The mission of Project VOYCE is to make youth voice real in school renewal to improve learning and achievement through leadership development, action research, and community partnerships.

Project VOYCE benefits the community in three main ways:
1. BUILDING NEW NON-TRADITIONAL LEADERS
2. IMPROVING SCHOOLS SERVING 92% LOW INCOME STUDENTS
3. CREATING SYSTEMIC EDUCATIONAL CHANGE

1. BUILDING NEW NON-TRADITIONAL LEADERS
“Project VOYCE creates great leaders.” Nate Easley, President of Denver Public School Board of Education
– Finding and Building Non-traditional Leaders— PV seeks out, hires and trains approx. 150students/year whose leadership skills are under the radar.
– $750,000 in scholarships and grants—that’s how much just 10 PV graduating seniors have won in the past two years.

2. IMPROVING SCHOOLS SERVING 92% LOW INCOME STUDENTS
“We wouldn’t be able to make all these wonderful things happen without Project VOYCE.” Bruce Randolph School Principal Cesar Cedillo a week after President Obama praised Bruce Randolph School in his 2011 State of the Union Address
– Inspiring Thousands of Teachers– PV youth leaders have delivered keynote speeches and trainings to over 3,000 educators in the last 2 years.
– Changing School Cultures in Schools – PV is building new partnerships with students,teachers and administrators in Bruce Randolph School, Manual High, CEC Middle College and Denver Center for 21st Century Learning

3. CREATING SYSTEMIC EDUCATIONAL CHANGE
“I am moved and driven to get a group at my school, and listen to students.” K-12 Administrator’s feedback after PV youths’ keynote speeches to 350 educators at 2011 National Conference on School Engagement
– U.S. Dept. of Education selected PV as one of 15 organizations in the U.S. to send youth to discuss their education concerns directly with U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan
– 2011 National League of Cities—PV’s workshop with senior education advisers from 40 US cities was described as the highlight of the national gathering.

The youth of Project VOYCE have taken a bold stand to not give up in the face of daunting challenges to their future and that of their little brothers and sisters.

http://projectvoyce.org/2011/12/06/project-voyce-newsletter/

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Local Charity Wins $25,000 from Starbucks — Hope Communities: Denver, CO 80205

Local Charity Wins $25,000 from Starbucks -- Hope Communities: Denver, CO 80205

The Denver Apartment Buildings For Sale website is proud to share an email announcement by Larry Fullerton, Executive Director of Hope Communities today.

Hope Communities won the Starbucks VoteGiveGrow contest within the Denver Region, and [our charity] will receive $25,000! Thanks to all of you who went out of your way to promote Hope, buying cards, giving them away, and urging your friends and contacts to vote, too.

– Mary Downs and the entire Downs family
– Danielle Pixler and Urban Servant Corps
– Barb Fullerton and the Fullerton family
– Maggie Bolden of Palace Construction
– Melinda Pasquini, Hope Board member
– Kyle Malnatti, Madison Commercial Properties
– Terry Leprino, Colorado Christian University
– Steve Wessler, Redstone Capital
– Rodger Hara, Community Builders Resource, and affordable housing elder
– Meredith Chace. MOC Media
– Junior League of Denver
– Several Starbucks store managers who promoted Hope
– And many more

Hope Communities owes you all a great big Thank You.

Larry Fullerton, Executive Director
Hope Communities, Inc.
2543 Calilfornia Street, Denver, Colorado 80205
http://www.hopecommunities.org

Cast your vote for Hope in Starbucks’ VoteGiveGrow contest

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