Christy Seabourne

Christy Seabourne

Broker Associate

Meet Christy Seabourne

Christy Seabourne
I moved to Colorado over ten years ago and fell in love with the weather, scenery, and wildlife. Since then I've come to find that the people make it the best place in the world to live.

I'm excited to use my love of our mountain communities and my experience in real estate to make your home buying or selling an exceptional experience. I understand the unique challenges that are present with properties in the mountains and will help you navigate through the process with ease.

If you aren't buying or selling right now, I'm still available to you for all things real estate related. I can help you with contractor, lender, or insurance agent referrals. If you are wondering what your home value is or what changes have been happening in the local market, I can give you that information too. Call me with any questions you may have. And I always have time for and appreciate your referrals!


"Our experience with Christy was AWESOME!!! She not only was very knowledgeable, but extremely personable. Each time we met with her to look at houses, she always had a very professional portfolio for us which provided not only information about each house, but also information about the surrounding area, etc. She made the process a much better experience and we would ABSOLUTELY recommend her to anyone!"

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Accredited Buyer's Representative (ABR®): Completed specialized training in delivering the best in buyer-representation services.

Seller Representative Specialist (SRS®): Premier credential in seller representation.

Seniors Real Estate Specialists (SRES®): Qualified to counsel clients age 50+ through major financial and lifestyle transitions in relocating, refinancing, or selling the family home.

Certified Mountain Area Specialist (CMAS®): Prepared to effectively market and sell mountain and rural properties with unique features such as domestic and household wells, septic and leach fields, and fire mitigation concerns.