Maytal Hess is a leading real estate professional and collaborator on a comprehensive guide to selling real estate. Hess is now serving the diverse real estate needs of home buyers and sellers throughout metro Denver’s southeast corridor and surrounding areas. She is also the founder of Southeast Denver’s Nurse Only Program, a charitable initiative that supports nurses and local charities.
“We are pleased to welcome Maytal to our team of top producing real estate professionals,” said Jim Theye, Managing Broker and co-founder of Kentwood City Properties. “She is passionate about the real estate business and believes that home ownership is a huge step towards creating wealth. Maytal is known for her negotiation skills and comprehensive knowledge of the real estate industry, including investments, and she is dedicated to creating clients for life. Maytal is a great addition to our team.”
Hess’s parents moved to the United States from Romania and she moved to Denver when she was six. Watching them build two homes and accomplish the American dream was what inspired her to help others achieve home ownership. She loves the majestic Rocky Mountains and enjoys skiing, camping, hiking, and rafting. Hess works diligently to provide quality and excellence with each real estate transaction and is focused on details, listening to her clients, and providing a high level of communication. Her number one priority is to exceed the expectations of each client. Hess attended Colorado State University and graduated with a Finance degree. She has lived in Atlanta, Georgia and St. Thomas in the Virgin Islands. Her unparalleled work ethic has served her well in the highly competitive real estate business.
Hess was a collaborator on the book titled “The Value-Driven Approach to Sell Real Estate”. The book is a practical guide to protect people from real estate greed and bank an extra $30,000 profit by thinking like the legendary investor/businessman Warren Buffett.
Hess is also known for her mission to make an impact in her local community with her “Free Book 4 Charity” campaign which strives to raise funds for local charities. Hess will send you a free copy of her book for in exchange for a “pay it forward” donation of $5.00 to a preferred charity. From every home that Hess sells, she will donate $250.00 to a local charity of the nurse’s choice to help families, patients, and students with essential needs.