Out of 3,000,000 people holding an active real estate license in the United States, Shelly Tripp is #17. What an honor for Coldwell Banker and What an honor to have such a gifted professional here in Utah.
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Welcome to a new experience in home buying and selling. Shelly Tripp is determined to work harder and provide better service than any other Utah realtor. And she has the track record to prove it. With 33 years of experience and ranked in the top 19% nationally, Shelly has been recognized by both clients and peers, receiving such honors as the Salt Lake Board of Realtors Salesperson of the Year 2000, the CB Presidents Award, the Richard M. Webber Award, Master Superior Achievement Award, and many others. (Click here for a complete list.) Her clients describe her as “delightful to work with” and exhibiting an “energy that is contagious and never ending.” Clients have also said that “her integrity and reputation are above reproach.” (Click here for more.)
With properties in Sandy (including Pepperwood), Draper, Holladay, Salt Lake City, Cottonwood Heights, West Jordan, South Jordan, Riverton, Bluffdale, and Herriman, Shelly Tripp can help you find exactly what you’re looking for. And if you’re interested in just the Pepperwood area of Sandy, Shelly has the expertise you need.
While some realtors merely buy and sell houses, Shelly Tripp understands that it takes more to make a home. Consequently, Shelly believes deeply in the importance of community. In 2006, Shelly was the recipient of the Salt Lake Board of Realtors Good Neighbor Award, which honors one Utah realtor each year who has made “exceptional contributions to his or her community.” She founded and is currently the chairman for “Kids Fest,””an organization that raises money for abused children in collaboration with the Christmas Box House. She is also involved with humanitarian efforts abroad, including work in Africa and Peru. (Click here for more info.)