Whether you’re a New York Giants fan, New England Patriots fan, a fan of the Super Bowl commercials, or just a casual observer, I hope that everyone has a nice time watching the NFL Super Bowl XLVI tonight. Continuing with my Question and Answer series for my REALTOR® Magazine 30 Under 30 Application…
REALTOR® Magazine 30 Under 30 Question #12: How would your colleagues describe you?
Answer: My colleagues would say that I’m tenacious… a bulldog, and they would also say that I lead by example. I have a firm belief that I can make any transaction work, and I always remain positive that I can find a solution that will make a deal work. My employing broker and business partner, Todd Narlinger of Madison & Co. Properties, said, “Kyle Malnati is always the first one in our office each morning. I can expect at least an email or two by 5:30 AM from Kyle Malnati with his plan for the day. Kyle Malnati is also one of the last brokers to leave the office each day. Since joining Madison & Co. Properties, Kyle brought a great commercial relationship he had previously to help me compete with some of Denver’s top Realtors for a huge 39 unit condo project (called Arboretum at Cheesman Park – 1150 Vine Street, Denver, CO 80206) to list and we secured listing the Arboretum condos!” ~ Kyle Malnati, Madison Commercial Properties – Madison & Co. Properties
Arboretum at Cheesman Park – 1150 Vine Street, Denver, CO 80206
REALTOR® Magazine 30 Under 30 Question #13: Tell us something unique about yourself.
Answer: I’m the oldest of 6 kids. I learned at a young age that resources are scarce, and that I shouldn’t expect anything to be handed to me on a silver platter. I had to earn everything. A large family prepared real estate brokerage in the Denver market in ways that I couldn’t imagine. I learned how to be patient, how to delay gratification, how to effectively work in a team, and most importantly… how to listen. I feel that patience and listening are my two greatest attributes that have helped me succeed in real estate. When comparing myself to peers, I’ve always felt that I was more mature because of my childhood experiences as the oldest of six children. Growing up, I had to learn quickly that resources are not infinite and that you have to seize every opportunity. ~ Kyle Malnati, Madison Commercial Properties – Madison & Co. Properties