Born and raised in Vermont’s pastoral countryside, Rob realized his passion for real estate at a very early age. As a child, he scoured design books and architectural magazines religiously, captivated by the kind of elaborate homes not customarily found in his own small town. Rob spent many afternoons with pencil, ruler, and graph paper in hand, devising floor plans of his own imagining and dreaming that he may one day get the chance to work amid such fanciful environments.
In 2010, his aspirations unwavering, Rob moved South to pursue a degree in Real Estate at the University of Georgia. A student of the Terry College of Business’ esteemed Real Estate degree program (ranked #1 in the Southeast) and a member of the Real Estate Society, he graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2013 with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Real Estate. Rob obtained his salesperson license following graduation, and three years later procured his broker license at the age of just twenty-five.
Prior to joining Beacham & Company, Rob worked as a real estate analyst in the corporate office of a large, national property management company. He also assisted heavily in developing an estate lot subdivision in suburban Atlanta and oversaw the renovation and day-to-day management of a $1M+ estate property on behalf of its out-of-state owners.
Rob balances his experience in business with a lifelong background in the musical arts. An accomplished pianist who began fourteen years of classical training at the age of four, Rob considers music his first love. He strives to bring a signature touch of artistry to his real estate dealings wherever possible, particularly when it comes to his visionary “outside-the-box” marketing strategies.
In his spare time, Rob serves as a volunteer manager at Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles’ acclaimed Designer Showhouses. He relishes the opportunity to give back to such beneficiaries as Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and the Atlanta History Center while simultaneously being afforded the chance to nurture his love of architecture, design and hospitality and to network with his many friends in these industries.
Rob resides in Midtown, where he enjoys spending time at the park, biking the Beltline, and dining his way through Atlanta’s ever-growing bevy of restaurants. When he is not in town, Rob can typically be found near the coast or wherever exist sunshine, good food, and good friends.