Congratulations to Rob Rogers! He is celebrating his 23 years with Zephyr Real Estate this Spring and is based in our Noe Valley office.
Rob Rogers has carved his career into the Bay Area real estate market with his compounded experience in the real estate industry over the past 20 years. As Rob morphs back into sales after lending his leadership acumen to Zephyr’s Upper Market and Castro Street offices as a Managing Broker since 2008, his reputation as a trusted professional in the community precedes him.
Rob has seamlessly sustained his polished reputation in the San Francisco real estate community, which has been an invaluable advantage to his clients. His buying clients have been privy to up-to-date information on market trends, reinforcing well-informed decisions. And matched with his savvy negotiation techniques, and his team of real estate mavens, his selling clients have been rewarded with top dollar returns.
Rob has ranked in the top 1% of all realtors nationwide in sales volume and was named one of the top 300 agents in the US by Realtor Magazine. As a Zephyr Top Producer, he attributes his unwavering success to remaining level-headed, conscientious and informed. He believes in extending his vetted relationships and thoroughly researched market information to his clients, starting each relationship with trust and professionalism. Rob’s passion for San Francisco from his career as a REALTOR® to his personal life are paralleled. When he is not immersed is buying and selling, he devotes much of his spare time to serving a wide variety of local organizations, a reflection of his true appreciation for his community.
We got to know Rob a little better when catching up with him about his Zephyr anniversary.
1. What do you love to do in your spare time? Do you have a favorite place to hang out in the Bay Area?
“I love to enjoy dinners out with friends at some of San Francisco’s world class restaurants after a leisurely walk around the neighborhood. I also am a huge Giants fan, and have had many great times at AT&T Park.”
2. Do you have a favorite architectural style or building in the Bay Area? Or anywhere in the world?
“My favorite architectural style is Mediterranean of the 1930s. I love the warm wood tones and expansive rooms that that style generates. It also has some very interesting details like arched windows and inlaid floors.”
3. Is there one neighborhood or city in the Bay Area that you think is truly a hidden gem and why?
“With the inner city booming, I think there are a number of areas that are still hidden gems, like Ingleside Terrace. The gracious homes and interesting history of the neighborhood is very appealing. Did you know that Urbano Street began as the Ingleside race track which opened on Thanksgiving day in 1895? Urbano Street still follows the one mile oval track.”