NOMAD Denver is a boutique, family-run property management and brokerage firm. We are investors ourselves with over 25 years of experience in the Denver market. We have one goal in mind. Deliver the property management and brokerage service we always wanted but have never been able to find. Let us bring your property to its highest and best use!
Will O’Neil holds a Bachelor’s degree in Educational Psychology. He is a Denver native, culinary master, and tech genius. Will is our expert on construction and renovation projects; he knows how to fix anything under the sun and works side-by-side with our vendors to ensure timely maintenance and the highest quality of work on our portfolio of properties. He works closely with our owners, creating achievable plans to increase equity and appeal to future buyers & tenants.
Lisa has been a real estate broker in Denver since 1992. She has closed hundreds of real estate transactions working with both sellers and buyers. Lisa represents each client with vigor, intelligence and integrity. She knows the subtleties and nuances of the Denver market, and is an excellent predictor of changing neighborhood trends. Over the years, Lisa has been affiliated with Sothebys, Kentwood, and Perry & Co, the top brokerage firms in Denver. She brings her expertise to NOMAD Denver and has helped her clients buy and sell the best residential investments across the Denver market.
PJ is an MBA graduate of the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley. A Denver native, PJ has started and managed several successful companies in addition to NOMAD Denver. He is an avid outdoorsman and has climbed almost every 14er in Colorado. But his real passion is in real estate. He is currently on the Operations team at Opendoor.com, a real estate technology company that is simplifying the homeselling & buying process. He also owns investment properties in Cherry Creek, DU, Congress Park and Highlands.
Kingsley’s regal, fun-loving presence always brings a cheery spirit to the office. He reminds us that daily walks and treats are always important.