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Travis Gray

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Travis is a distinguished RE/MAX professional working alongside his wife, Vanessa. He brings over ten years of experience as a Real Estate Negotiation Expert (RENE), Realtor, and member of the Griffith Home Team, which has been repeatedly recognized as the #1 team by the Denver Metro Association of Realtors.

As a native of the Front Range, Travis combines his community expertise with a genuine interest in his client’s goals and needs. Travis’ strengths lie in helping sellers, buyers, and investors, with his services ranging from assisting first-time home buyers to listing multi-million dollar properties. He understands that buying a home is one of the most significant emotional and financial investments you’ll make, so you will be met with compassion, professionalism, and open communication every step of the way.

Working with an agent from the Griffith Home Team, you’ll find unparalleled service, top-notch marketing to get the most out of your sale, and invitations to the many events celebrating their valued clients. Buyers and sellers rave about the brokerage and Travis’ market knowledge, excellent negotiation skills, and tenacity. Known for his exceptional service and dedication, he is committed to his client’s best interests.

Outside of work, Travis lives in Brighton with his wife and their two young daughters. He is an avid outdoorsman, spending time with friends and family in the mountains, fly fishing, skiing, snowboarding, camping, golfing, and traveling, all while expanding his philanthropic efforts. Travis and Vanessa use their spare time supporting the Professional Miracle Foundation and sponsoring kids at the Children’s Foundation in Manzanillo, Mexico, among other charities.

Travis is proud to work across the Denver Metro Area; let him work for you!


“Dustin Griffith was supportive and responsive during the entire process. In this crazy market we needed that. In this market we were up against 20 offers on some homes. Dustin provided guidance on each offer depending on what he thought would make a difference to the seller.”