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Rob Reimer
CBR, Realtor

Manager
Greece - Long Pond Office, NY
1081 Long Pond Rd
Rochester, NY 14626
(585) 227-4770

 

Why Agents Choose to Work With Howard Hanna 's Greece Office and Rob Reimer

 

Adminstrative Support
The Agent Support Team delivers 128 hours per week of the high quality agent support 7 days a week.
Let us show you our "50 Point Agent Support System" it lets agents do what they do best "List & Sell Homes"

Marketing Systems
Everything from our popular "Sunday Showcase of Home" to our latest technology "Text to Video" , Howard Hanna Agents have every possible way to give their seller client's homes "Maximum Exposure".

Training
Howard Hanna Agents receive the latest live and online training in the industry.  Howard Hanna Agents are ready for the challenges that the market creates and with Rob's 32 years of experience in every field of Real Estate his coaching helps make any transaction go smoother.

Professional Office Enviroment
Howard Hanna Agents in the Greece Office benefit from a working environment created by a very experienced and top professional sales staff that works together to provide the best in cutting edge customer service for our clients.

Business Development
Agents in the Greece Office utilize the resources of having Rob's endless dedication to helping the agents grow their business through Business Development Plans, Individual Agent Coaching, Innovative Marketing Plans and Personal Growth Development.  Rob has authored dozens of Real Estate and Personal Growth training programs that has helped many professionals in the Howard Hanna organization over the past many years.

 
Honors & Awards
        Greater Rochester Association of Realtors
       2016 Realtor of the Year
  • Nothnagle Top 25
  • Gold Circle Award
  • NHSC Top 30 Award

Affiliations
  • BSBA from Michigan Technology University
  • Broker, REALTOR® Since 1985
  • Member of GRAR, NYSAR & NAR Since 1983
  • Greater Rochester Association of REALTORS®
  • 2008 Board of Directors
  • 2009 Board Secretary
  • 2010 Board Secretary/Treasurer
  • 2011 Board of Directors
  • 2012 Board of Directors
  • 2013 Board of Directors
  • Realtors Charitable Foundation
  • 2009 Board of Directors
  • 2010 Board of Directors
  • 2011 Board of Directors/Treasurer
  • 2012 Board of Directors/Treasurer
  • 2013 Board of Directors/Vice Chairperson
  • 2016 Board of Directors
  • 2017 Secretary / Treasurer
  • 2018 Board of Dierctos/ Co-Chair
  • New York State Association of REALTORS®
  • 2010 Board of Directors
  • 2011 Board of Directors
  • 2012 Board of Directors
  • 2013 Board of Directors
  • 2014 Board of Directors
  • 2015 Board of Directors
Communities Served
  • Monroe County

Specialties

Homes of Distinction
Commercial
Investment
Residential

 

Rob's Real Estate News

 

Consumer Confidence Leaps

Consumer confidence leapt in February, posting a 130.8 reading in the latest Consumer Confidence Index® from The Conference Board. The Expectations reading of the Index rose to 109.7, while the Present Situation reading rose to 162.4. January’s reading was 124.3.

“Consumer confidence improved to its highest level since 2000 (Nov. 2000, 132.6) after a modest increase in January,” said Lynn Franco, director of Economic Indicators at The Conference Board, in a statement. “Consumers’ assessment of current conditions was more favorable this month, with the labor force the main driver. Despite the recent stock market volatility, consumers expressed greater optimism about short-term prospects for business and labor market conditions, as well as their financial prospects. Overall, consumers remain quite confident that the economy will continue expanding at a strong pace in the months ahead.”

The percentage of consumers who believe business conditions are “good,” as defined by the Index, increased from 35.0 percent in January to 35.8 percent in February; the percentage of those who believe business conditions are “bad” decreased from 13.0 percent in January to 10.8 percent in February. The percentage of those who expect business conditions to improve increased from 21.5 percent in January to 25.8 percent in February; the percentage of those who expect business conditions to worsen decreased from 9.8 percent in January to 9.4 percent in February.

The percentage of consumers who believe jobs are “plentiful” increased from 37.2 percent in January to 39.4 percent in February, according to the Index; the percentage of those who believe jobs are “hard to get” decreased from 16.3 percent in January to 14.7 percent in February. The percentage of those who expect more jobs in the coming months increased from 18.7 percent in January to 21.6 percent in February; the percentage of those who expect less jobs in the coming months decreased from 12.5 percent in January to 11.9 percent in February.

The percentage of consumers who expect higher incomes increased from 20.6 percent in January to 23.8 percent in February; the percentage of those who expect a decrease also increased, from 7.9 percent in January to 8.6 percent in February.

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