Betsy Laughlin - Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate

Betsy Laughlin

Vail - 230 Bridge Street

Cell970.390.4964

Direct970.477.5728

Office970.476.2421

Fax866.618.1023

CNE, RSPS

About Me

Betsy originally hails from Louisville, KY and attended the University of Dayton. She moved to Vail in 1996 after visiting on vacation and realizing Vail was the place she and her husband wanted to raise their family. Early in her sales career she helped clients protect their most important assets working for State Farm insurance.  Since making the switch to real estate she has been involved in over $100 million in sales transactions from assisting first time home buyers to selling second homes in the multi million dollar range. 

For Betsy's first 5 years she worked beside Pat Abbott, a veteran broker, acquiring the knowledge needed to be an expert in Resort Real Estate. In 2010, she partnered with John Pfeiffer in Summit County and gained extensive knowledge of the Summit County market and fostered relationships with other brokers in the area. In 2013, Betsy again pursued her own real estate business. Mid year 2019, Betsy partnered with Kevin Kuebert, a 12 year real estate professional in the area to enhance their clients real estate experiences.

Betsy and husband Ken have 2 wonderful daughters who have grown up in Vail; skiing, playing soccer and ice hockey. She is an active volunteer in the community and is the 2019  Chair for the Vail Board of Realtors. Betsy and her family enjoy the outdoors, skiing, boating, and living in the Vail Valley.

Choosing the right person to assist you with your real estate needs is a big decision. Betsy recognizes that a real estate sale is one of the single largest financial transactions of someone’s life and hope that you find confidence in her services. She looks forward to hearing from you and hopes we can work together to obtain your dream property.

 

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