Bridget D’Angelo connects with the community by helping others cultivate their prosperity through real estate. Although investing in real estate provides a strong foundation for monetary wealth she believes that true prosperity comes from living a life surrounded by people and experiences that elevate one’s self and others. By working closely with clients that are like-minded Bridget connects on a level that goes deeper than square footage, number of bedrooms and school districts. Being able to understand and respect the long-term goals and motivations of the families she helps – not just in real estate but holistically – gives Bridget the ability to truly contribute to the prosperity of the people she works with.
What has changed since you got into real estate?
I watched the market change to a seller’s market right in front of my eyes. I started working as an assistant 6 years ago when I could set 7 showings on a Wednesday for Saturday and they’d all still be available. Fast forward 4 months and my boss was showing houses almost every night as they’d be gone by the weekend!
What are five adjectives to describe the most satisfying experience in your business?
Joyous, content, proud, delighted, relieved
Why did you get into real estate?
I got into real estate for the flexibility to be present with my family while helping provide as well!
What are three career lessons you’ve learned thus far?
- Don’t count your commission until its closed.
- If it’s not written down, it never happened.
- It is ALWAYS your client’s decision; you are just a guide.
What is your proudest moment at Madison?
Being the #3 producing agent in April!
What are 3 words you would use to describe Madison?
Family, fun, respect
What separates Madison from the competition?
Madison has a boutique feel with the backing of a large company so I can serve my clients in my own way and still provide them all of the support and protection they deserve
What are your hopes for the real estate industry?
Inventory! We are seeing a shift, but I hope that we can continue to add affordable and entry-level housing to balance out our market.
We are seeing a shift, but I hope that we can continue to add affordable and entry-level housing to balance out our market.
What is your favorite neighborhood in Denver and why?
Platt Park! I’m biased because it’s where I live but it has great walkability, adorable charm, and great access to the highway!
What’s your favorite spot in Denver and why?
Sushi Den – the food is fantastic and the people watching is great. We like to get a 2 top table by the window and watch the valet
What is the most satisfying moment in your workday?
Getting my inbox to zero!
What’s one tool you can’t do without?
Gmail – it runs my life
What does it look like when you’re cooking in the kitchen?
Controlled chaos? My husband and I are both control freaks when it comes to cooking, so it’s usually one of us doing the other cooking and the other sitting at the island having a glass of wine!
What is your birth order and how do you think it affects you?
I am the 2nd of two, so the baby. I was the rebel and my sister was the rule follower. I think my disdain for being told what to do made me very interested in being a real estate agent!
I think my disdain for being told what to do made me very interested in being a real estate agent!
If you could hire someone from any profession to come into your home and do their job at no cost to you, what would this person be doing?
Design. I love a well-designed home but I am awful at it.
Describe your first car. How long did you keep it?
It was a 1992, blue, Jeep Cherokee. My best friend (that I met on the first day of kindergarten and is still my best friend) had the exact same car. It wasn’t on purpose but it was pretty epic. I had it for about 2 years.
What organizations are you involved in outside of work?
I work with the Junior League of Denver. It’s a women’s training and volunteerism organization with a current focus on improving child literacy. I am in charge of the silent and live auction at one of our biggest fundraisers.
What are your three most overused words/phrases?
Fair. Super. I can appreciate that.
What is the one thing you can’t live without?
What is your hidden talent?
I can belch louder than most men.
If you were on a sitcom, what would be your catchphrase?
Let’s get a drink!
Who would play you in the movie of your life?
Jennifer Lawrence! I saw her at Heathrow airport and told her I loved her…..she responded with “thanks” haha