Get to Know Matt Burton

 

 

 

Matt strives to develop creative and cost-effective real estate strategies that align with his client's business objectives. He is focused on working with clients in the Denver industrial sector and consulting corporate operators with real estate portfolios throughout the country and globe.

To get to know Matt on a more personal level, we asked him the following questions. 

 

Outside of work, what are you most passionate about?

Golf, spending time with my wife, trips to Mexico and driving sports cars. 

 

What is your favorite Denver restaurant?

Adelitas Cocina Y Cantina.

  

How do you describe your job to people outside of the industry?

I assist business owners by helping create a long or short-term real estate strategy that lines up with their business objectives so that operations can run smoothly within an efficient footprint.

  

If you were not in commercial real estate what would you be doing?

 A surgical doctor.

 

What is your biggest pet-peeve?

 Hearing people chew their food.

  

What is the best advice you’ve ever received?

You get out what you put in.

 

Click hereto learn about the transactions Matt has facilitated and what his clients have to say about their experience. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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