Wait a second, what was that last one? You mean to say that Robin Benjamin actually works for both the seller, and the buyer? Well, what a novel concept. And in this situation, it’s 100% true. There’s no other Short Hills realtor who gives so much for her clients, whether they’re looking for their dream Short-Hills home, or looking to sell and re-locate. Robin Benjamin understands that longevity in real estate doesn’t come from making the most out of that one sale. It comes from cultivating genuine relationships, from being there for people as much as she can, and doing her best to ensure they get the most out of their investment. That’s what ensures that clients keep coming back, and spread the word on how great she is.
But also because this Short Hills realtor has a family of her own. Because she knows what it’s like to support loved ones and to work hard for her money. Because she’s not only familiar with this area, having worked in towns along the Midtown Direct Train Line for eighteen years, she’s also lived here, and had three children who grew up here. She loves Millburn, Short Hills, Summit and all the surrounding towns, and invites you to love it too.
And what does she ask in return (besides commission, but hey, nothing is free in this world)? Stop by during one of those tennis games. Have a glass of malbec at the Boxcar. When you see her in Greenwood Gardens with her family, and her dog, Bailey, say hi. Tell her about the new sushi restaurant that just opened up (but don’t spoil the season finale of House of Cards!).
Here’s an incomplete list of the things that Short Hills Realtor Robin Benjamin loves:
Her dog, Bailey
Competative Tennis although it's been a while
House of Cards
Helping People Find Their Dream Home
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About Robin Benjamin
Understanding the nuances of pricing requires local knowledge that isn't always available to buyers and sellers. This is particularly true in a location like Millburn-Short Hills, Chatham, and Summit.