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Luxury Property Specialist (Luxury Specialist)
More about Bob Day
Bob Day is part of four generations of the Day Family who have lived and worked right here in Hancock Park. His grandfather , Arden Day and father Arden Day II were born and grew up within blocks of Larchmont Village. Charles Day arrived here in 1880 where he opened the first music store in the City of the Angels. A little about Bob:
Adjectives: astute, confident, creative, hands-on, invaluable, bright, caring, considerate, dedicated, honest, fair, kind, personable, thoughtful, professional ethical, puntual, patient...
Nouns: persistence, knowledge, skill, tact, experience, efficiency, intelligence, tenacity, guidance, attention, information, evaluation, understanding, sensitivity, confidence, market
interest, desire, involvement, committment, expertise, business savvy, suggestions, familiarty, integrity, diplomacy, unfailing, enthusiasm...
After attending the University of Arizona studying Business Administration, Bob for more then thirteen years was an agent with the Commercial Industrial firm of Daum Commercial Real Estate, specializing in leasing and sales for corporations and businesses in the electronics and garment industries in the greater Los Angeles area. Bob Day brings the efficiency and technical skills that hallmark the future of the industry. As a result, both buyers and sellers can be kept informed and up-to-date within hours of new listings to view, or new inquiries into their properties for sale.
" Being a Realtor in Hancock Park is like owning your own business. It gives me pride to know that honesty and integrity are welcomed here, and that caring for my clients is not only good business but also and honor. I'm glad to be 'back home' among so many of my friends and I'm happy to help them and others buy the perfect home for their lifestyle today, or help sell their home when they want a change. Besides, I get to have fun and be of services with that great lady known as my mom, Cookie Day."