Real Estate Broker
Dave "Utah Dave" Robison
Broker/Owner/Coach and Mentor
Robison & Company Real Estate
(801) 809-5300 mobile
For those who like to see some sort of Resume or Credentials:
Broker/Agent/Owner of UtahDave.com and Robison & Company Real Estate; Creator/Innovator and Coach of "Kahuna Rainmaking" This 7 step process leads to success in life while specifically applied to buying or selling a home. This 7 step process has enabled Dave to go from $20,000 in gross commissions a year to over $1,000,000 in gross commissions a year. The steps to achieve this occured in just over 3 years.
Dave's focus is his mission statement: To continually strenthen ourselves and our relationships by passionately caring for others, proactively discovering hidden needs, and persistently exceeding expectations. The focus of Utah Dave and his team is self development and strengthening relationships with others. The vision is to create leaders of leaders and to continually give to our world.
Assisted owners/employees/professors/executives working for top industry corporations and organizations such as Novell, LanDesk, Costco, Cadence, eBay, Les Scwaab, Intel, Micron, IM Flash Technologies, Rumbi Island Grill, University of Utah, Brigham Young University, Hill Air Force Base, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and more in relocation services and in purchasing or selling a home.
Also, provided analysis on REO (bank owned) properties, negotiated tenants to leave premises, prepared home for sale, and listed and negotiated the sale of the REO property.
Recently rated as #1 in the Salt Lake Valley for number of homes sold by Enterprise Newspaper in Sept of 2007. Dave sold almost $40 Million in Real Estate last year. Also voted for Broker/Agent of the month by peers in 2007. Dave has been featured in CRS magazine as an agent who learned how to double his income by reducing his 80 hour weeks to 40 hour weeks while taking a month of vacation a year, not working nights or weekends. He also was recently spotlighted as Broker/Agent of the month by his peers in Salt Lake City.