As an established and trusted real estate adviser, Bill Fandel consistently represents the Telluride Region’s most discriminating buyers and sellers. From the region’s finest luxury homes and penthouse condominiums to iconic trophy ranches and estates, Bill works diligently to best serve his clients’ specific needs & interests.
Bill has taken part in a notable series of record-setting transactions in the region, and is currently recognized by WSJ/Real Trends as #115 on the list of Top 250 real estate brokers in the US by Sales Volume, and ranks #3 in the state of Colorado. The Land Report ranks Bill among “America’s Best Brokerages”, Texas Farm & Ranch notes Bill among a “New Breed of Power Brokers” and Bill is among the Top 38 Sotheby’s brokers in the US. Bill has twice been named Telluride’s “Realtor of the Year” and has received the President’s Award for his commitment to the Telluride Association.
Two notable transactions include the record-setting sale of the legendary BootJack Ranch for over $48 million in 2010, and recently in 2013 another $48 million sale of a private alpine estate.
Bill has been a consistent guest panelist for Sotheby’s International Realty at its Global Network events, and is a frequent contributor to Forbes Magazine, the Wall Street Journal, The Land Report, the New York Times and the Los Angeles Times on the topic of luxury real estate.
He currently maintains a listing portfolio over $350 million which includes the finest luxury estates & trophy ranches in the Telluride region and Colorado marketplace. To date, Bill’s career sales are in excess of $550 million.
Bill is a founding member of the Sotheby’s International Realty Global Partnership – a select assemblage of 35 of the top Sotheby’s International Realty agents worldwide who share market intelligence, cross-marketing opportunities, and private offerings among the group on a weekly basis. And, Bill is also a founding member of the Farm & Ranch advisory group for Sotheby’s International Realty – a segment within the SIR brand that exclusively markets over $6 billion in trophy farm and ranch offerings worldwide.
Mark O’Dell’s professional experience is unique and comprehensive, ranging from residential and commercial development, to design, financing and sales. With a commercial career that began with Cushman & Wakefiled in Washington, D.C. and followed with mortgage bank through out the country, locally Mark has built multiple homes in Mountain Village and has also served on the Mountain Village Design Review Board for 6 years.
Mark infuses his passion for real estate with a strong understanding of architecture, design, construction, floor plans, finish materials and financing, which also enhances his ability to review and value existing properties.
After growing up in Telluride, attending the University of Puget Sound, traveling and working in China and South America, Jake McTigue began his real estate career in Berkeley, California. In his first year as a realtor, Jake was awarded ‘Rookie of the Year,’ given annually to a new agent, and in the next five year period, between 2004-2008, was a ‘Top Producer,’ acknowledging that he was performing in the top 7% of the company’s national network.
At the end of 2008, the mountain lifestyle called him back to the San Juan’s and he joined Peaks Real Estate Sotheby’s International Realty in Telluride. Since returning to his hometown, he has seamlessly integrated his real estate success from California to Colorado.
Jake’s main business goal stems from his desire to give clients the best service possible, and he equally enjoys the intellectual game of holistically understanding and studying real estate and market trends. By focusing on forming respectful client relationships, Jake continually forges winning business partnerships. Jake listed and sold one of the most notable, commercial/residential buildings in the Town of Telluride, The Emporium.
Jake’s investment in the Telluride community goes far beyond his business ventures. He serves as the vice-chair for The Town of Telluride Planning and Zoning Commission; Director for the Telluride Association of Realtors; and is on the Board of Directors for Bright Futures, a local non profit that focuses on early childhood education.