Andrew Ernemann is the #1 broker in Aspen and the top performing agent for Sotheby’s International in the world. The Real Trends annual rankings list - The Thousand - recently named Andrew the #4 broker in the United States out of 1.4 million licensed realtors. Accolades aside, Andrew’s unique position that sets him apart is about having great data and the ability to provide information to his clients and colleagues that cannot be found anywhere else, or in a format they haven’t seen before. He is a trusted advisor to his clients and friends, and in the season finale of Selling The Mountains, Andrew’s point of view and super successful approach to the business of real estate comes through with precision and clarity.
In our conversation we discussed current trends heard from guests during Season 01 driving the mountain real estate economy. We dove into topics like the sustained demand and continued decline in inventory to the psychological permission sellers now have to list their properties of intrinsically high value given a new high-water mark has been set. We covered the pocket listing phenomena and public IPO’s of local brokerage firms. Lastly, we talked about marketing trends, mentorship, partnerships, and the keys to long term success that any broker should adhere to when entering the business, or sustaining a presence, in a market like Aspen.