Ann Taddeo

Michael Johnson


I believe that you work as a team with your Realtor, and I would be honored if you would consider me to be a member of your team. Having been through the home buying and selling process several times, I knew how it felt to be in the other seat. I learned what the important characteristics of a great Realtor should be. She should be experienced, honest, reliable, caring, assertive, and patient. (I don't care if we need to look at 100+ homes to find just the one you want.) I wanted to be able to help people realize the dream of owning their dream home, knowing that they had someone great to guide them. I have learned so much from my years in this business (I am still learning every day), helped many people, and made many good friends along the way. My success is measured only by the satisfaction of my clients. I provide outstanding service and expert advice. I want to earn your trust and business through hard work, professionalism, friendship, and fun.


Being born and raised in Colorado. After graduating from college, I knew I loved to help others but was unsure of the direct path I wanted to take. When I started my real estate career in 1994, I knew that I had found a way to help people and their families.


In 2018, Ann wrote her own book to help people even more. She gives the basics of real estate, for both buyers and sellers, and describes different business models that affect the service real estate customers receive. She tells stories about incidents that have added a touch of spice to her business.


License# ER001323630

Hi, I’m Michael Johnson and I have lived in Colorado since 1996. I have an awesome wife and we just celebrated our twentieth wedding anniversary. I have two incredible kids, two dogs, and two cats that act like kids.


I remember when my wife and I bought our first home. Home prices were rising rapidly and we wondered if we would ever be able to buy a home. I remember the challenges of saving money for a down payment and how overwhelming the process seemed. It was a struggle but the feeling of homeownership was amazing.


We were no longer slaves to renting. We had the freedom to decorate however we wanted. We were able to get two dogs without getting permission or paying a damage deposit. Nothing can replace the feeling of owning a home; but, before we could enjoy this we had to overcome the circumstances of home prices rising faster than our incomes.


One thing we lacked at that time was knowledge. You’ve heard it said, “knowledge is power,” and it is.


As a Realtor, I want to take that overwhelming feeling away by making you feel comfortable, informed, educated, and empowered so you can make decisions with peace of mind. There are many programs available that can be tailored to your unique needs.

Buying a home does not have to be an impossible dream—
but—a dream that is possible.