Bob Hay

Trusted Real EstateAdvisor

Bob is a lifelong resident of the Pocono Mountains and has been in the real estate business for over 45 years. He is a Trusted Real Estate Advisor to buyers, sellers, other agents and brokers. He specializes in residential and investment properties.

Bob is a mentor to other agents and regularly conducts contracts classes for new and experienced agents. He is a past president of the Pennsylvania Association of Realtors where he has received numerous awards.

He is considered a community leader where he serves as Chairman of the Pennsylvania Northeast Regional Railroad Authority, Vice-Chairman of the Pocono Mountain Economic Development Corp. and a Board Member of the Pocono Chamber of Commerce. A past Chief of the Pocono Mountain Volunteer Fire Company and is a Vietnam War Veteran.

Bob lives in Mount Pocono with his wife of 48 years, Beverly. He enjoys classic cars, photography, birding and road trips

GOAL: To utilize the key components of honesty, competence and caring of the Client’s first culture in every real estate transaction.

General Competencies

The following is a summary of the skills that I have developed for representing Buyer or Seller clients:

Marketing – Experience in the best and latest marketing strategies utilizing the internet, social media, mobile applications and print materials.

Market Knowledge – Study and analyze the most current market conditions that affect home values.

Skilled Negotiator – Extensive experience in negotiating a real estate transaction in the interest of my clients, yet understanding the need for a “win-win” outcome.

Contract Mastery – Great expertise in understanding, preparing and explaining all documents used in a real estate transaction.

Construction Knowledge – My knowledge of home construction is extremely important when inspection issues arise.

Real Estate Experience – Full time profession for over 45 years specializing in listing, marketing and selling residential real estate in Monroe County and surrounding areas.

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