About Us


ALT Homes, a division of ALT Marketing LLC,  was established with the mission of creating alternative solutions for homeowners affected by the housing crisis and economic depression. Because of job losses, over-leveraged mortgages, predatory lending practices, and all the factors that have contributed to the housing crisis and recession, many responsible homeowners have been left with no choice but to file bankruptcy, allow their homes to go into foreclosure, or simply walk away.  

Our goal is to bring together the best practices that are working in today's market.  These alternative strategies allow homeowners to remain in their homes, if possible, or to leave in a manner that would be less detrimental to their credit in the future. That mission continues to be a driving force as the rate of foreclosures is expected to rise, short sales are in bank limbo and more families are forced to abandon their homes.

With over 26 years in real estate management, we have partnered with some of the best investors, attorneys, real estate brokers, and marketing experts to bring you unmatched expertise, and the most up-to-date industry practices and regulatory information. 

We have an extensive list of cash buyers who help us purchase houses.  Thus, we avoid the hassles of bank financing and can close quickly with both the seller and investor.  This also allows us to buy quickly, and sell quickly at fair prices.  

We always operate with honesty, integrity, and a solid commitment to quality.  We never sacrifice quality for profit. In fact, our goal is to leave a little on the table... creating a win-win-win for everyone.


ALT Marketing/ALT Homes prides itself on supporting people who are looking for honest, real estate solutions. Below you will find resources that will help you on your journey. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at 303.371.6555 or 1.800.488.9168 for a no obligation consultation. We are here to support you!


Government Agencies

Colorado Division of Real Estate
Learn about local regulations, housing trends, and state resources

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)

MakingHomeAffordable.gov

Talk to a counselor, avoid foreclosure, FHA Loans

National Housing Administration

Federal resource that includes laws and government assistance programs.