A little About Rob: I was born and raised in New Jersey, but have called Seattle home for the past 14 years. I was formerly a School Psychologist in both in the Highline and Shoreline School Districts. I have been a full time real estate broker, and member of the National Association of Realtors since the spring of 2005. In 2010 I became a Managing Broker. My professional designations include accredited buyer's representative and internet marketing specialist. Recently I took on a new role as a trainer, working with new agents in my office to prepare them for a career in real estate.
Personalized Service: I believe in customizing my service to meet the needs and desires of each of my clients. Some would prefer to give me full control while others want very much to be an active participant in every aspect. No two clients are alike and no one approach is appropriate for all. To allow for such customization I screen my clients thoroughly and limit myself to a few select clients at a time. In this way I am able to provide the attention and care each deserves.
Tech Savvy: I believe the internet is the single most important innovation in the real estate industry in the past several decades. To fall behind in technology is to fail your clients. From providing an IPad for my buyer's use, to creating video tours for my sellers, utilizing innovations to improve the process is essential. As a member of Windermere's Standards of Technology Committee, I am committed to staying ahead of my colleagues in accessing the best avenues to assist my clients.
Committed to Community: I am involved in a variety of volunteer activities in the area. Through the Teen Zone at Children's Hospital, at Camp Erin, the holiday sponsorship program at Children's, or through the efforts of the Windermere Foundation, volunteering is something that has become a big part of my life. A life well lived is of no value if it doesn't enhance the life of another. I believe we have a responsibility of stewardship over one another. A responsibility I take seriously and am committed to. I began volunteering nearly twelve years ago, and if I am lucky will continue for the rest of my life.