Laine Jarvis

Laine Jarvis

"Real estate is a swift-moving industry but my commitment to our clients is constant. With the progression of technology in today’s world, I find the element of a personal connection even more vital in real estate, which is why I focus so heavily on building long–term relationships with every client."


After receiving a Bachelor’s degree in Interior Design, Laine naturally gravitated towards a career in Real Estate. The two go hand-in-hand allowing Laine to utilize her design skills to re-imagine a space, prep a home for the market or bring a fresh, valuable perspective to a property.  Throughout her career in Real Estate, Laine has sought to blend the use of available technology with personal connections to ensure each client receives tailored service to suit their unique needs.  The process of buying or selling a home can be emotional and Laine strives to make that exciting and stressful life transition as easy as possible.  

As a Colorado native, Laine has a special connection to the Denver Metro area and is passionate about the future and growth of our community.  The vibrant lifestyle Colorado offers is unique in so many ways and she truly enjoys taking advantage of the Denver culture and watching it evolve.

Employment Experience

Red Door Properties @ Compass – Team Member – 2021 to Present
Compass – Broker Associate – 2019 to Present
Re/Max Cherry Creek – Broker Associate – 2015 to 2019
Metro Brokers – Broker Associate & Transaction Coordinator – 2013 to 2015
Real Estate Assistant – 2012 to 2013


Westwood College of Technology, BA Interior Design


Licensed Broker – 2012 to present

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Our success and growth as a company is directly correlated to our unparalleled focus on our clients, their satisfaction and the satisfaction of their referrals. We constantly seek feedback from current and previous clients and systematically adjust our best practices to improve performance, satisfaction and success with each transaction that we undertake.
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