Tony Ramos

Tony Ramos

Broker Associate
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Regis University -
M.B.A., Strategic The University of Colorado at Boulder –
B.A. in Economics
American Dream Real Estate School


Arapahoe Council on Aging -

About Tony
Anthony has read so much about real estate growing up. From high school to his undergraduate years to his first corporate job to his graduate degree, real estate has always held a special place in his heart. With persistence and perseverance, rising to the adversities of life, he is humbled and privileged to be of service to his friends, family, and the community.

Anthony has always been interested and passionate about real estate for as long as he can remember. Knowing what he knows now about real estate, he wishes he could have started in real estate sooner. The very core reason he is in real estate is that he would love to share what he knows and be able to help friends, family, and the community achieve a piece of the American Dream, a piece of real estate. His commitment is to make sure that clients receive personalized service to meet their unique and diverse needs. He has been there and done that and it is his duty to ensure a seamless experience.

Ten years of corporate financial services experience have served Anthony greatly as a real estate agent. It has given him the foundation and skills necessary to seamlessly assist his clients with the huge life-changing experience of buying/selling a home.

Anthony believes in giving back to the community in various and diverse ways. In the last five years, he has taught kindergarten with JA in a Day/a Junior Achievement program. He believes in making a lasting and positive impression on the future generation! He knows Junior Achievement influenced him to become the professional he is today.

He is also very passionate about the senior community! He has had the privilege to be the Treasurer of ACCoA, Arapahoe Council on Aging, a volunteer organization established by the Older Americans Act of 1965 to serve as the official advocate for Arapahoe County’s 70,000 elderly (sixty years of age and older).