Robb Landis, Top Orlando Realtor, Wemert Group Realty

Robb Landis

Realtor®

SOCCER JUNKIE | ASPIRING CHEF | MR. MELLOW

  407-810-9857
  rlandis@wemertgrouprealty.com

Robb Landis is originally from Michigan and moved to Orlando in 1981. When asked what being a real estate agent means to him, Robb says, “Giving people the most incredible pride of being a homeowner.” Before making real estate his career, Robb worked in Operations and Human Resources for Sea World and found that coordinating events helped him to develop strong negotiation skills, which he is now able to use when negotiating deals for buyers. Robb explains success in real estate as “Winning my buyer the home they fell in love with and seeing my buyer leave happy, with keys in their hand.” Robb’s five-star reviews certainly exude his passion for real estate and his strategy in creating a supportive and handholding experience for his client. Robb has an ambitious work ethic that can hurtle any obstacle. Robb describes himself as caring, honest and a team member, and when he is not working, he plays soccer and enjoys time with his young daughter and his wife.

Trusted Real Estate Experts

At Wemert Group Realty, we know choosing the best realtor to find your new home can make all the difference, turning an otherwise difficult, stressful process into a comfortable, informed experience. At Wemert Group Realty, we are a true team. A team with impeccable service and skills that are second to none in the industry. We have an experienced team of experts to guide you through the home buying process from your first meeting with the Buyer’s Agent to working with our Closing Coordinator. This team approach ensures that there will always be someone available to guide and assist you at every step of the way and ensure that your needs are responded to quickly and efficiently.

Wemert Group Realty is comprised of only top agents in all of Central Florida, carefully selected by Central Florida’s Top Agent and team leader, Jenny Wemert. Jenny describes her team’s talent as “something that cannot be trained”, admitting that “all of my agents serve their clients with a servant’s heart.”