About the Gee Group

We specialize to serve you. By connecting you with an agent who solely handles one side of the transaction, whether you are buying or selling, you are in the hands of an expert. Our team has more experience or success than most in our industry. We look forward to getting to know you!

Last 5 Years
TOP 3 Individual
4 out of 5 last years
TOP 3 Team
4 out of 5 last years


A native of Ogden, Utah, Lori has extensive experience in the Utah real estate and relocation market. She attended Weber State University before settling in the Salt Lake City area in 1987 where she began working in the real estate industry as a Franchise Specialist selling franchises for an international real estate company. In 1993, Lori received her Utah Real Estate license and has enjoyed a successful career as a sales agent ever since. She later served as the Vice President of Corporate Relocation for the largest real estate firm in Utah and the Director of Relocation for Prudential Utah Real Estate. Lori is a member of the Employee Relocation Council and has served as Director of Events for the Intermountain Relocation Council. Lori has strong passion for Utah, is considered a community expert and advocate having served on many local boards. Her service driven attitude is why so many of her clients use her for multiple transactions and refer her to their friends and family.
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Having lived in Utah her entire life, Mariah understands why Utah is the perfect place to live. She was born and grew up in Davis county until graduating from high school. After graduation, she attended school in Cache County and received her dental assisting certification. She later moved to Utah county, where she met her husband, Chandler Gee. They lived in Salt Lake County for about a year before moving to Davis County, where they are currently living and growing their family. Mariah knows and loves Utah. She found her way into real estate through her mother-in law, Lori Gee, who has been in real estate since 1993. Mariah worked for a year in real estate as a Transaction Coordinator and Assistant to Lori before receiving her license and becoming a REALTOR. She loves being a part of one of the top producing teams; The Gee Group, and learning from the best. Her favorite part of real estate is getting to meet and work with people one on one.
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Brooke is a Star Valley, Wyoming native whose passion for real estate started at young age. Having grown up in a family of entrepreneurial hoteliers and avid real estate investors, she learned early on how exciting real estate could be when a property was found that checked all the boxes and met all the needs of an investor. During her high school years,  Brooke married her sweetheart in 2002 and together they have three amazing children.  Brooke and her family have been relocated out of state two times in four years, so she understands buying and selling from both a professional and personal perspective. Additionally, Brooke has spent several years working on the operational side of real estate transactions. Her organizational skills and strong attention to detail make her highly successful at ensuring each client’s needs are met with care. Brooke prizes communication. She has a sincere desire to help people, and her goal is to make each client feel confident about all aspects of their transaction and find the perfect property for them.

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We donate to the

Tyler Robinson Foundation

The TRF organization is founded by the Grammy award-winning band, Imagine dragons and The Robinsons. The foundation is named after Tyler Robinson who went to school at Brighton High School and attended school with Lori’s son, and Mariah’s husband, Chandler.

Tyler fought through several bouts with cancer before succumbing at the age of 17. His joyful and inspiring life forever changed the perspective of Imagine Dragons, The Robinson family, fans worldwide, and the community of Cottonwood Heights including us. We have loved supporting such a good cause that is close to our hearts.

Cancer is the leading cause of death by disease in children. The TRF has raised over 12 million dollars and has served 2,500 families in the last 8 years. They assist these families with housing, energy, or transportation insecurities, so they can focus on their child’s and family’s health and treatment.