Matt Dayton was lucky enough to be born and raised in Breckenridge, Colorado, a special opportunity he does not take for granted. Along with starting the Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center, Matt’s parents have owned and operated the Breckenridge Nordic Center for over 40 years. Growing up in a family business that is dedicated to the community has taught Matt the true meaning of customer service. Matt’s dedication to the sport of skiing earned him a spot on the 2002 Salt Lake Olympic team, where he anchored the 4th place Nordic Combined relay team. After the Olympics, Matt moved back to Summit County, where he started his own flooring business, along with growing his family, having three children, which he gets to share his love of skiing, hiking, biking, and all things Summit County.
After transitioning to real estate in 2012, Matt has seen his sales really take off, receiving the Slifer Smith & Frampton 2015 Rising Star Award and the 2016 award for being the most geographically diverse broker. Currently, Matt is excited about the opportunity to lead the sales of Breckenridge’s premier development on Peak 7, Barton Creek Reserve. Matt is characterized by his ability to empathize with his clients, putting their needs first. He prides himself on the integrity and respect he treats all of his clients with, along with his ability and willingness to do what is needed to get the job done, so that his clients can relax and enjoy the lifestyle that drew them to this amazing mountain community.
In addition to putting his client’s needs first, Matt values giving to those in need throughout the world, with a portion of his sales commissions going to help support Tree of Life Ministries, an organization that assists and cares for impoverished people in Nicaragua. To find out more about Tree of Life Ministries, or to learn how you can join in their efforts, visit www.TreeofLifeMinistries.me.
Jonathan Enns was born and raised in a small central California farming community and learned the value of a hard days’ work from early on. After attending Biola University in Southern California, graduating Summa Cum Laude, with a B.S. in Business Management and a minor in Biblical Studies, Jonathan followed his passion for the mountains, moving to Summit County one week after graduation in 2010.
Jonathan spent his first couple years in Summit County, selling vacation lodging for Vail Resorts, giving him an in-depth knowledge of the various subdivisions and neighborhoods throughout Keystone and Breckenridge. After moving on from Vail Resorts, he spent a number of years as the marketing manager and buyer for a local ski and bike shop. In 2015, Jonathan began working for Slifer Smith and Frampton, and in 2016, he came alongside Matt Dayton to better meet the needs of their growing business and client base. Jonathan’s background in sales and marketing has made him a valuable addition, and together, Jonathan and Matt have seen record sales in each of the past two years.
When not in the office or holding an open house, you’ll most likely find Jonathan riding the local trails on his mountain bike, in the grocery store picking up ingredients for his next kitchen creation, or at The Crown with a good book and cup of tea.