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Earlier in the season, I listed a condo in South Boulder while it was still tenant occupied. There was no surprise that it did not show well or receive good feedback from the buyers. Once the tenant moved out, I presented the Compass Concierge program to the seller, and she decided to take advantage of some of its services, such as cleaning, fresh painting, staging, repairs and updates. In just under three weeks, the condo looked like new, and we have since received amazing feedback after showings. Compass Concierge not only enhances the listings, it also helps sellers by deferring the costs - and with no interest - to have their home ready for showings.

Once the necessary improvements have been determined, Compass will cover all upfront costs, collecting payment for the services rendered at the time of the property's closing

The Compass Concierge program has completed more than 1,000 projects nationwide since the program's launch one year ago. Compass Concierge covers all upfront costs for staging and cosmetic improvements. The cost of the improvements is then collected after the sale closes, and no interest is paid to Compass for setting up service with the vendors.

Some examples of Compass Concierge services include:

  • Cosmetic renovations

  • Decluttering

  • Landscaping

  • Interior + Exterior Painting

  • Staging

  • Custom Closet Work

  • Moving + Storage

  • Roofing Repair

  • Electrical Work

  • Plumbing Repair

  • and More!

Please visit to learn more, or contact me today to get started!

Firuzeh Saidi
Month of Modern House Tour Experience

Featuring Homes by Extraordinary Architect Tician Papachristou 


As a proud sponsor of Boulder's Month of Modern events, I'm thrilled to share the following details about our upcoming House Tour Experience, featuring homes by the extraordinary architect Tician Papachristou. 

In partnership with Historic Boulder and CU Boulder’s AIAS chapter, join Month of Modern for a one-of-a-kind House Tour experience in Boulder. See an awe-inspiring group of five select Papachristou houses that reflect the rich diversity of livable, innovative architecture and design found throughout his buildings.

Tician Papachristou (1928-2018) came to Boulder by Greyhound bus in 1954 after graduating from Princeton University. Like many of Boulder’s mid-century modern architects, he worked for James Hunter. Papachristou moved on to form his own practice which included brief associations with Charles Haertling and Daniel Havekost. He also taught design at the University of Colorado.

His body of work in Boulder, which includes a local historic landmark and several designated Structures of Merit, was influenced by the vernacular architecture of his native Greece as well modernists including Frank Lloyd Wright and Le Corbusier.

Papachristou worked with clients who were young and at the beginning of their careers and therefore on a limited budget. The natural materials used were chosen for their low cost and sustainability such as wood, cinder block, concrete and glass, and furthermore he believed it was socially responsible to keep expenses to a minimum.

Many of his homes feature details with repeating geometric patterns. Dramatic ceilings and striking custom fireplaces are hallmarks of his structures as are the seamless transitions between indoor and outdoor spaces.

Papachristou’s influence on Boulder includes his participation in the NCAR site selection team with Dr. Walter Orr Roberts and architect I.M Pei. With encouragement by Pei, Papachristou left Boulder to work for the Marcel Breuer architecture firm in New York City in 1965 and became a partner in the firm in 1974.

For one day only, attendees will be given the rare chance to walk through the interiors of some of the most inspiring private homes in Boulder’s neighborhoods. This self-guided tour features five distinct residences chosen to inspire design professionals and enthusiasts alike.

Tour Date/Time: September 21, 10am-4pm. 

Admission: Space is limited so purchase your tickets in advance.
One Ticket $50; Two Tickets $80; Proceeds from the tour directly benefit Historic Boulder and AIAS.

For tickets and more info:

This event is sponsored by:
Historic Boulder Preservation in Action
AIAS University of Colorado Boulder

Firuzeh Saidi
Walk or Bike to North Boulder's Art District from your Home!

Take advantage of living in a neighborhood where you have access to Boulder's hottest art scene! Walk or bike to the coolest art studios in North Boulder.

Check out First Fridays in the NoBo Art District - a FREE self-guided tour of artists’ studios and creative businesses. Meet painters, sculptors, photographers, designers and other artists along your stroll through the area. Catch live music, demos, special activities, and much more!

Learn more about NoBo's First Fridays.

Featured home in North Boulder:

1460 Zamia Avenue

$875,000 | 4 Beds | 2.5 Baths | 2,285 Sq. Ft.

Learn more

Firuzeh Saidi
North Boulder's Urban Holiday Neighborhood
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The Holiday Neighborhood, located in North Boulder, lends itself to a healthy lifestyle complete with neighborhood businesses, convenience and community.

Houses are built with energy-efficient, environmentally-friendly materials and practices. In addition to workplace options for small businesses, artisans and entrepreneurs, and numerous landscaping and sculptural/public art projects, the area features a plethora of parks and gardens. Front porches provide a comfortable transition between the privacy of the home and the public space of the community.

But the true highlight of the neighborhood are the city bike paths that run along the major roads east and west of the neighborhood And renowned trailheads are just a hike or bike away, including Wonderland Lake Trailhead, Wonderland Lake Park, Foothills Community Park, Cottonwood Trailhead and more.

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Don't want to drive? Bike, bus, and pedestrian connections receive priority over automobile routes. All residents are given inclusive bus passes.

With its unique look and broad range of housing options, and its commitment to environmental ideals, the Holiday Neighborhood acts as benchmark and catalyst for similar new development throughout the region.

Firuzeh Saidi
Volunteer with Us on Earth Day

Compass to Plant 5,000 Trees in Partnership with One Tree Planted
in Sunshine Canyon on Earth Day


Compass, a real estate technology company, launched in Boulder in January 2019. Compass’ mission is to help everyone find their place in the world, and with that goal in mind, has launched its charitable initiative, Compass Cares.  Through Compass Cares, the company has pledged to contribute $10 million in funds and volunteering services to local organizations in 2019.


For Compass’s inaugural Compass Cares event in Boulder, Compass agents, clients, staff, friends, and family are invited to plant 5,000 trees in Sunshine Canyon with One Tree Planted for Earth Day on Saturday, April 20th from 9am – 3pm.

In 2010, the Four Mile Canyon Fire transformed Boulder’s landscape, destroying 6,200 acres of land and 165 homes. Nine years later, the scars of this fire can still be seen in Boulder’s backyard. Compass aims to be a contributor in the ongoing restoration efforts to serve the community and its members. 

If you would like to participate in the One Tree Planted event with Compass this Earth Day, please contact Tamori Tristani at

About Compass

Compass is a real estate technology company with a powerful end-to-end platform that supports the entire buying and selling workflow. We deliver an incomparable, seamless experience to both agents and their clients all in service of the Compass mission: to help everyone find their place in the world. Founded in 2012 by Ori Allon and Robert Reffkin, Compass is the fastest-growing real estate technology company and operates in more than 100 cities. Learn more and find your place at and

About One Tree Planted

One Tree Planted is a 501(c)(3)  non-profit focused on global reforestation, planting trees in North America, South America, Asia and Africa. They carefully select the best tree species for each location ensuring a 80-90% survival rate.

"Planting trees is such a simple and effective way to make an impact. Trees can clean the air we breathe and the water we drink. They help stabilize our climate, provide habitat for biodiversity, and create sustainable jobs." - One Tree Planted