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Elevate Real Estate Brokers

Providing personal attention, taking the time to listen, and a genuine interest in helping you achieve your goals best describe good service. These days, however, with new technology tools streamlining the business world every day, it seems good service is hard to find. It is something desired, yet seldom received….unless you happen to work with Rob Williams.
Rob's classic approach to real estate is what sets him apart as one of Hillsborough County's finest professionals. Born and raised in England, he has always had an appreciation for time-honored traditions. Following a 15-year career as an award winning financial advisor with JPMorgan Chase, Rob was the owner/manager of an executive sports store. These experiences taught him the importance of understanding the customers needs and delivering quality service.
Making the customers needs a top priority is a tradition Rob applies to his real estate career as well. When Rob works with you in a home sale or purchase, you can feel confident the transaction will be handled with the utmost professionalism. His commitment to getting the job done is the cornerstone of his business philosophy.
While dedicated to providing personal attention, Rob is also in step with the technical aspects of today's complex transactions. His knowledge of pricing strategies, local trends,, and the latest marketing techniques, combined with his understanding of lifestyle needs, enable him to deliver the results his clients expect and deserve.
Whether you are considering the purchase or sale of property, contact a dedicated professional with a proven track record. Contact Rob Williams today and experience a classic approach to your real estate needs.

Elevate Real Estate Brokers 3030 N Rocky Point Drive W., Suite 150 Tampa, FL 33607 robwilliamsrealtor@gmail.com
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