The Speakers

Andrew Oyler

Office & Industrial Leasing/Sales Professional                                      Quantum Commercial Group, Inc. 

While completing his degree in Architecture, Andrew worked at Palmer McAllister and he also worked for the Art C. Klein Construction Company. After graduating from the University of Colorado in 2000, Andrew C. Oyler joined Quantum Commercial Group and has been there the past 20 years. Andrew specializes in commercial real estate encompassing leasing (landlord and tenant rep), acquisitions, dispositions, site selection, sales management, development/redevelopment, property inspections (due diligence of title and property), financial analysis, valuations (Broker Opinion of Value), planning, zoning, marketing, promotion, public relations and consulting. Andrew has successfully facilitated leases and sales with national/local companies such as Verizon, Wells Fargo, Pueblo Bank & Trust, Bank of America, MetLife, Boeing, CASA, Junior Achievement, Colorado Structures, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Braxton Technologies, Great Western Bank, and El Paso County. In all these relationships, Andrew has placed an emphasis on integrity, accountability, responsiveness and market knowledge.

Saul Levy

Director, Multifamily Capital Markets  Newmark

Saul Levy joined Newmark Knight Frank in 2013 and has since sold over a billion dollars in multifamily transactions comprised of 10,000+ units. Mr. Levy specializes in representing Colorado Springs apartment owners where he has maintained a 60%+ market share by total sales volume.  Throughout his career he has represented a wide range of clients from local private investors up to large institutional owners.  Along with his partner, Kevin McKenna, they have represented the owner on every record setting transaction by vintage in the Colorado Springs market. Mr. Levy was named a Top Five Producer at Newmark Grubb Knight Frank’s Rising Star Symposium in 2015 and selected as Denver Metro Commercial Association of Realtor’s #2 Young Broker of the Year in 2016. He is passionate and dedicated to ensuring optimal pricing and terms for each of his clients as well as exceeding their distinct expectations. Mr. Levy is a Colorado native and graduated from Colorado College in Colorado Springs with a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics.

Bruce Betts

Broker/Owner                                  RE/MAX Advantage Realty, Inc

Bruce has been a licensed Real Estate Broker since 1985. He joined RE/MAX in 1987 and opened RE/MAX Advantage in 1998.  Keeping up with what’s going on in the residential real estate market helps Bruce lead the other brokers in his office, as well as provide service his clients.

Bruce has earned designations as a Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist

(CLHMS), Certified Residential Specialist (CRS), Graduate Realtors Institute (GRI), Accredited Buyer’s Agent (ABR), and more. He has been recognized by RE/MAX LLC with the Hall of Fame Award and the Lifetime Achievement Award.  RE/MAX Advantage has been recognized as one of the Top 500 real estate firms in the USA. RE/MAX Advantage has also been named a “Best Workplace” by the Gazette for 2017, 2018, and 2019.

In his spare time Bruce plays guitar on the Worship Team at local fellowships and serves on the BOD of Rocky Mountain Calvary and the BBB. Bruce drives a BMW M3 in racing competition with the National Auto Sport Association (NASA) and won the GTS-2 Championship in 2018 in the Rocky Mtn Region.

Susan Edmondson

President & CEO                        Downtown Partnership of Colorado Springs

Susan Edmondson is President & CEO of Downtown Partnership of Colorado Springs, a nonprofit organization ensuring that downtown serves as the economic, civic and cultural heart of the city. Previously, she served 10 years as executive director of the Bee Vradenburg Foundation, a private foundation supporting the arts in the Pikes Peak region. Prior to assuming that position in 2003, she served for seven years as arts-and-entertainment editor at The Gazette in Colorado Springs. Susan also has worked for daily newspapers in Nevada and California. She holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and a master’s degree in public administration at the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs. She serves on the board of the US Olympic & Paralympic Museum and is co-founder of the Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region.