Eric Rutherford was raised in Boulder and has been active in the local real estate market as both real estate broker and investor. After graduating from Fairview High School, he attended the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland and served as an Officer in the United States Marine Corps. Eric served as class president and graduated from the FBI Academy in Virginia. Eric graduated from the University of Colorado with a Master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA) in 2004.
Eric has a talent for hunting down good investments and is a firm believer that integrity is the basis for any relationship. Clients include SERVPRO, Arapahoe roofing, Conda Family Partnership, Moosehead Beer, Thistle Community Housing, and PODS among others. References are available.
In 2008, Eric earned the GREEN designation for sustainability. In 2012, Eric earned his CCIM designation, (Certified Commercial Investment Member.) As a CCIM, Eric is a recognized expert in the disciplines of commercial real estate, a designation that is held by less than 6% of the commercial brokers.
Personable, hardworking and effective, Eric was the president of the Commercial Brokers of Boulder County, a position he’s held for three years. Eric serves on councils and boards at both the city and federal level that help shape local communities. In 2013, Eric was the president of the Boulder Valley Rotary Club.
A lifelong athlete, Eric enjoys mountaineering and a variety of sports. On October 18, 2009 Eric was chosen to be on the USNA 50 year anniversary football team where Eric still holds several records. Eric’s worldwide travels have given him a broad cross-cultural experience and he is fluent in Spanish.
Eric lives in Boulder with his wife, Brenda, and their three children.