Welcome, ERA New Age Properties!


Introducing one of the newest members of TeamERA, ERA New Age Properties based in Centennial, Colorado!

Established in 2005 and led by broker/owner Daren Roberts, the company serves the Greater Denver metro and surrounding Front Range region from Boulder to Colorado Springs as well as the greater Aspen area. Predominantly a property management company, the firm will leverage its affiliation with ERA Real Estate to expand its residential sales focus, particularly among clients interested in purchasing homes for rental purposes.

“The addition of ERA New Age Real Estate strengthens the brand’s presence in the Mountain region and creates a contiguous service area along Interstate 25 that supports regional referrals,” said Sue Yannaccone, president and CEO of ERA Real Estate. “Leveraging his in-depth knowledge of housing gleaned from a variety of roles including new home construction, home renovation and property management, Daren Roberts has created a successful business model in the highly desirable Denver market. His sincere and authentic brand of leadership aligns well with ERA®’s core values, making the firm a great fit with the ERA network.”

Daren also weighed in with his thoughts around the announcement, “I’ve enjoyed building my company and creating viable opportunities for our team as we have earned a reputation for service above all else. Aligning with ERA Real Estate signals to the market our intention to grow by extending our lines of business, attracting top talent and harnessing the power of ERA’s comprehensive suite of marketing and learning tools to fuel our business.”

Welcome, ERA New Age Properties!

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