Realtor news for Nov. 4, 2012

Heiden Homes Realty 
and Associates
Toni Heiden-Moran, owner of Heiden Homes Realty and Associates, received an award recognizing $10,000 in contributions to the Realtor Political Action Committee. Heiden was recognized at the annual Colorado Association of Realtors convention in Denver. The convention was staged in mid-October at the Sheraton Inn in downtown Denver. Contributions to the committee help ensure Realtors have a voice in legislation that affects private property rights and other property issues in Colorado. Heiden-Moran is celebrating 34 years of real estate experience in Mesa County, and nine years as a company owner in historic downtown Grand Junction. She is a three-time winner of the U.S. Commerce Association’s Best of Grand Junction Award in the Real Estate Agents and Managers category. The national organization cited Heiden Homes for excellence in marketing and community service. Heiden-Moran is a member of the Grand Junction Symphony Board, the board of the Bookcliff Knife and Fork Club, and is a member of Kiwanis Club of Grand Junction and the local chapter of Catholic Daughters.

Meighan Marquis of Heiden Homes Realty and Associates was inducted into the Grand Junction Area Realtor Association (GJARA) during the organization’s quarterly meeting Oct. 25 at Two Rivers Convention Center. Marquis joined Heiden Homes in 2011 after serving as a Realtor in California, where she earned awards for production in her office. Marquis was attracted to the Grand Junction small-city lifestyle and its historic downtown area. Real estate is Meighan’s only occupation, enabling her to provide full-service to her clients. You can contact Meighan at 970-208-3030 or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). Heiden Homes Realty is located at 735 Rood Ave. and you can view property listings and virtual tours at

Bray Real Estate
Robert and Kevin Bray recently attended the Fall International Conference of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) in Denver. ULI has been in existence for 75 years and has a membership of 28,000 globally (25,000 within the United States.) The membership consists of real estate brokers, developers, investors, lenders, contractors, architects and public/private land planners. The goal of the organization is to further enhance land planning in urban areas. The Institute serves as an advisor to planners and developers, provides results of research for real estate developments, and networking opportunities for the sharing of best practices between peers. 6,000 members attended the Denver Conference.

“This conference was a great opportunity to network and learn about the trends in urban planning” said Kevin Bray, Land Development Coordinator at Bray Real Estate. Robert and Kevin can be reached at 242-3647 for more information.

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