A longtime Realtor in Colorado has been fired for reportedly eradicating Black Lives Matter indicators in a neighborhood the place she sells houses, firm officers stated.
RE/MAX Alliance Proprietor Chad Ochsner confirmed that Denice Reich was terminated Aug. 3, KUSA-TV reported. Reich labored for the actual property company since 1973, specializing in luxurious houses.
Ochsner stated there have been a number of posts on the Hilltop neighborhood’s NextDoor, a social media platform for householders and residents, which accused Reich of eradicating the indicators from the Denver houses.
“We’re not an organization that may condone trespassing on individuals’s personal property and theft,” Ochsner stated. “For us, it doesn’t matter what the politics is.”
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When reached by the tv station, Reich stated, “you distort the information, I can’t speak to individuals who distort the information.” She later hung up.
Reich was not instantly obtainable for remark Wednesday after a number of calls and a voicemail have been left by The Related Press to a telephone quantity listed on a earlier house itemizing of hers.
“We had a long-standing relationship along with her as a distinguished” actual property agent, Ochsner stated. Her bio has since been faraway from RE/MAX’s web site.
Denver’s Hilltop neighborhood is thought for its million-dollar houses east of Cherry Creek.