Robin Halpern

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Robin Halpern
Robin Halpern
About Robin Halpern Realtor
Robin Halpern is a marketing and sales specialist with a B.S. in advertising and communications from Temple University.  She also has an Masters in Education from St. Joseph's University and taught for over seven years.  She is a lifelong resident of the Main Line in Pennsylvania and graduated from Harriton High School. Robin is an expert in the real estate market for the entire Philadelphia, Main Line and surrounding areas.  
On the selling side, Robin combines her knowledge with powerful local, regional and National marketing to ensure maximum exposure.  On the buying side, she is FREE to her buyers and is a skilled dealmaker, negotiator and sales person.  
Robin is ethical, professional, prompt and passionate about helping her clients.  She is a seasoned negotiator and sold over 2.5 million dollars in homes in her first year as an agent for BHHS Fox & Roach. Robin's direct access to lenders, investors, appraisers, developers and title insurance specialists ensure her clients a seamless transaction in buying or selling a home.
She is an active member of the National Association of Realtors (NAR), the Pennsylvania Association of Realtors (PAR), and the Suburban West Association of Realtors.  Robin works to provide not only assistance in buying or selling a home, but to be a personal "concierge" for her clients.  Her extensive list of vendors provide instant access to meet almost any need or challenge.  Whether the request is common such as plumbers or electricians to the eccentric such as pool table movers or restoration companies, Robin's contacts and referral list is top notch.  She is dedicated to her clients long after your transaction takes place and continues to provide her white glove service whenever the need arises.  
She is a proud mother of three beautiful daughters: Jordan, Samantha and Devon.  Let her experience and contacts lead the way to your new home. 
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