Coldwell Banker Mason Morse to Open New Basalt Office in Willits

Posted by Kim Briscoe — June 3, 2013

1370287210ASPEN, CO - Coldwell Banker Mason Morse is opening a new office in June in Willits across from Triangle Park and Willits Town Center. This new Willits office will handle residential, development, commercial and agricultural real estate as well as property management. The brokers staffing this office include: the husband and wife team of Rod and Sarah Woelfle, Roshni Slalii, and long-time mid-valley broker Bob Jacobson who recently joined the firm. “I’m excited about the opportunity to open a brand new full service office in Basalt. The team we’ve assembled are highly involved in the local community and are experienced and already successful mid-valley brokers,” said John Wendt, managing broker at Coldwell Banker Mason Morse. “There is such great momentum in the Willits area with the addition of Whole Foods, their only store on the Western Slope. Like Whole Foods, we are locally focused, but also have that global reach. We look forward to bringing on other brokers to grow our mid-valley market presence.”

About Coldwell Banker Mason Morse Real Estate

Coldwell Banker Mason Morse is now the #1 independently owned and operated Coldwell Banker office in Colorado, with a 52-year history as one of the leading real estate firms in the Roaring Fork Valley. With four offices in Aspen, Carbondale, Redstone and Glenwood Springs as well as an onsite sales office at the Grand Hyatt Aspen, the Company has 55 broker associates and 11 full-time employees. Coldwell Banker Mason Morse is a member of Who’s Who in Luxury Real Estate and is the exclusive Regent in Aspen and Snowmass to Specializing in the marketing of luxury homes, the Coldwell Banker Previews International® program provides a deep reach into luxury markets worldwide where more than 16,400 transaction sides of homes over $1 million or more occurred in 2012. In 2012 Coldwell Banker Mason Morse participated in more than 515 closed transactions with a combined market value of over $378 million. For more information, visit

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