Robin Hall of South Burlington joins Coldwell Banker Hickok & Boardman Realty

HALL Joins CBHB Realty

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Thursday March 07, 2013

Robin Hall combines her skill as a land use attorney, experience in buying and selling real estate as an investment, and her passion for making lasting connections to her role as a REALTOR.

With a law degree from Stetson University in Florida – Robin Hall spent many years working on environmental, zoning, and land use issues for the City of Tampa and an environmental law firm. Before that, she had been a title searcher for a real estate attorney. Robin also worked as a Recruiter matching employers and job seekers in sales & marketing positions. 

After spending many summers in Vermont, Robin and her late husband, Brad, a graduate of UVM, relocated to the Green Mountains to raise their family and to continue their entrepreneurial passion for developing small businesses, including Madhouse Munchies. Robin’s background in contracts played a role in the growth of their businesses, as well as the purchase and sale of investment properties. Her familiarity with real estate as a lawyer, investor and landlord led her to pursue her career in real estate. Having worked with Coldwell Banker Hickok & Boardman Realty to buy and sell, Robin believes strongly in the firm’s reputation and delivery of service to their clients.

Robin takes the term “Hockey Mom” to a new level. Her passion for the sport has made her well-known in the local hockey community as a coach, volunteer and recruiter. Ten years ago, Robin created “Breakaway Hockey Camp” working with girls throughout Vermont on their skills and furthering their love for the sport. Not only has she mentored her own four children, she has also served as a mentor for young girls in our area through hockey, girls scouts and volunteering in the schools. 

Robin’s experience and strength in connecting with people will be invaluable in guiding home buyers and sellers through the real estate transaction. She resides in South Burlington with her children.