RE/MAX of Boulder Welcomes Realtors Tucker & Scott Brown

Posted by RE/MAX of Boulder on Monday, April 9th, 2018 at 3:30pm.


RE/MAX of Boulder is pleased to welcome Tucker Brown (left) and Scott Brown (right).

In 2008, Tucker Brown moved to Boulder from Telluride, where he was born and raised. He graduated from the University of Montana with a B.S. in recreation resource management, then started his real estate career in Telluride in 2005. Tucker is passionate about real estate, especially helping his clients find their dream home. Tucker recently announced that his father, Scott, has joined him in the real estate business. Together they are working at RE/MAX of Boulder. In 2013, the Browns led the development of the Superior Town Center Project. Tucker is currently a director with the Boulder Area Realtor Association and a member of the Louisville Recreation Board. In his free time, Tucker loves to ski, hike, bike, and fish, with his wife Risa, his two young boys Rory and Miles and his dogs Piper, Flash, and Bear.  

Scott Brown moved to Telluride in 1971 and was involved on every aspect of the development of the community. He was the Chair of the Planning and Zoning Commission, organized the first Telluride Bluegrass Festival, founded the Telluride Council for the Arts, founded the Telluride Tech Festival, was Chairman of the Telluride Mountain Film Festival, and started the Telluride Housing Authority. Scott has been the Publisher and Editor of the Telluride Times Newspaper, Founder of Telluride Magazine, owner of a construction and development company, and Managing Partner of Bank of Telluride and Montrose County Bank. Scott has been selling real estate in Colorado since 1989. He moved to Boulder with his wife, Karen, in 2010, and joined his son, Tucker, on his real estate team, which is fondly referred to as "The Downtown Browns" at RE/MAX of Boulder. In 2013, the Browns led the development of the Superior Town Center Project, a project 30 years in the making. Scott is currently a board member of the Niwot Homeowners Association.

To contact Tucker and Scott, call (303) 810-4799 or email, or visit

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