Redefining Best in Class

My name is Ashley Blackmore. Surprisingly, I am a born and raised local to Durango, Colorado. I graduated from Fort Lewis College with a degree in Business Management, and opened a small local business with my husband. Prior to owning our business I worked for other local companies including one in which I assisted on sales and design for hot tubs and Fireplaces. 

Once our son was born and we had a horrible personal experience in a real estate transaction, I moved into the field of real estate. It  became clear that I was working in the career of my dreams. Being able to design my listings and excel with my love for marketing, with some of the most incredible properties is a dream come true.

In May of 2018 I partnered our team and office  with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Western Colorado Properties where I was the top 2% and the top 1/2 of  1% in the brand, where I also served three years on the franchises Rethink Council.

In 2022 we separated from the franchise and all 11 agents, and I opened the Blackmore Group. We realized that our primary focus is our community and our clients and wanted to add even more marketing, and reduce our fees to the franchise corporation. 

It has hit the ground running and we will continue to focus on bringing the most powerful brand in real estate to the Durango and expanding our range to Telluride.  

I am also licensed in New Mexico where I am very selective on my listings and buyers, however, am happy to discus those options with you as well. 
Growing up, I was always surrounded by horses and enjoyed rodeo's and barrel racing. Being raised through a simple mindset and the theory that a handshake is a contract, is one of the things I am the most grateful for. That honesty and integrity are the forefront of my career success. My favorite past times include spending time with my son, my husband, and my dog. 

I hope to meet you soon, 
-Ashley Blackmore


“But the best way to measure how much you've grown isn't by inches or the number of laps you can now run around the track, or even your grade point average - though those things are important, to be sure. It's what you've done with your time, how you've chosen to spend your days, and whom you have touched this year. That, to me, is the greatest measure of success.”